The Importance of Reactive Training
*Accomplished through the use of plyometric exercise and defines the stretch-shortening cycle of the integrated performance paradigm which states that to move with precision, forces must be reduced (eccentrically), stabilized (isometrically), and then produced (concentrically).
*These training exercises are a progression that can be incorporated once a client has achieved proper core and balance stabilization capabilities.
*The ultimate goal is to increase the reaction time of the muscle action spectrum (eccentric deceleration, isometric stabilization, and concentric acceleration). This is also known as rate of force production.