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When should I do plyometric exercises?

To get the most out of your plyometric exercises, you should perform them toward the beginning of a workout after a thorough and comprehensive warm-up, but before your resistance training exercises.A comprehensive warm-up should include foam-rolling, dynamic stretching, core training, and balance training. Foam rolling increases muscle temperature and blood flow, while decreasing tension, allowing the muscles to lengthen and shorten more effectively when you exercise.

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