PlyoCity Youth Development
Your First Class is FREE!!
Call Michael, Nancy or Lauren
at 817-417-5468 to sign up for your free class.
HIGHLIGHTS ABOUT PLYOCITY
- Over 75,000 athletes trained in the last
10 years. (Largest in the US).
- Currently training approximately 15,000
- Has trained many World Class athletes.
- Over 30 years background in jump
training/plyometric training (see Dunkin Donuts article, Feb 1981)
- Currently training over 60 High School,
College and Club Programs.
- Mobile Training where Instructors come to
- Guarantees 4-6 inches increase in
vertical jump per athlete.
- Currently training multiple teams and
both male and female athletes at all their participating schools.
- Currently Cross-training athletes in the
following sports: Badminton, Basketball, Baseball, Boxing,
Cheerleading, Diving, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Handball, Hockey,
Ice Skating, Lacrosse, Martial Arts, Rugby, Skiing, Snowboarding,
Soccer, Softball, Squash, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Track &
Field, Volleyball, Water Polo, and Wrestling.
- Recommended/Endorsed by over 500 High
School, Club, and College coaches.
- Exclusive Plyo trainer to 3 time Olympic
Gold Medalist Karch Kiraly, MVP of the AVP Mike Lambert and Athens &
Gold Medalists Misty May and Kerrie Walsh.
Team practice alone is no longer enough to
develop the necessary skills to be successful in today's Junior, Senior,
High or College Sports Programs. You need to exceed what is required
from yourself to rise above the competition, and improve your overall
game. The few that are able to do this are usually the ones who will
advance to the next level.
You must take ownership of your abilities.
It's your responsibility to develop the individual skills that will take
your game to a higher level - not your coach. He has the whole team
concept to develop and evaluate how you fit into it. "Champions are made
outside of practice!"
POSITIVE MOTIVATION IS THE DRIVING FORCE BEHIND THE PLYOCITY
Karch Kiraly Mike Lambert Misty May
Kerri Walsh Mike Rangel
Basics about Plyometrics
Based upon Latin origins, plyo + metrics is
interpreted to mean measured increases. And PlyoCity is providing
measured increases to thousands of athletes.
- Plyometrics is the term now applied to
exercises that have their roots in Europe, where they were first
known simply as jump training. Interest in this jump training
increased in the early 1970's as East European athletes emerged as
powers on the world sport scene. The actual term 'plyometrics' was
first coined in 1975 by Fred Wilt, one of America's more
forward-thinking track and field coaches. Based on Latin origins,
plyo + metrics is interpreted to mean 'measurable increases.' These
seemingly exotic exercises were thought to be responsible for the
rapid competitiveness and growing superiority of Eastern Europeans
in track and field events. Plyometrics rapidly became known to
coaches and athletes as exercises or drills aimed at linking
strength with speed of movement to produce power. Plyometric
training became essential to athletes who jumped, lifted or threw."
- Plyometrics is
defined as exercises that enable a muscle to reach maximum strength
in as short a time as possible. This speed-strength ability is known
as power," says plyo expert D. Chu.
For more information on Plyometrics or
PlyoCity call us at 817.417.5468 and/or come to a Demonstration class
and see what this exciting program is all about!
****Classes will be held at Arlington
Courts Volleyball & Sports Facility.