Plyometric Training Equipment

Escape Fitness, providers of functional training and plyometric training equipment, offers the Multiplyo™ Soft Box for plyometric training in athletic training, and dynamic exercise facilities.

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Plyometric Training

Plyometric training involves dynamic jumping or bounding exercises and movement that challenge the entire body in all anatomical planes of motion. Training in a dynamic fashion allows the body to adapt to movements that are explosive in nature. Training in all planes of motion is necessary because in sports, as in everyday life, movement in the frontal, sagittal, and transverse planes occurs naturally. Athletes and casual healthy exercisers can benefit from plyometric training by training to acclimate the body to learn progressive movement patterns.

Learning and practicing specific movement patterns can help people develop stability, agility, and explosive power. Plyometric training can help people to increase physical fitness, develop and engrain movement efficiency, and increase athletic performance.

Here are a few common plyometric box exercises:

Box Jumps
Upper Body Pressing
Split Leg Squat with Hop
Lateral Bounding

Plyometric Training Equipment › Multiplyo™ Soft Box

One of the types of exercise equipment used in plyometric training is the plyometric box. There are many types of boxes used by athletic coaches, and personal trainers. A new version of the plyometric box is made of materials that allow for safer training. This type of dynamic training equipment is trending high for 2016. Plyometric or “dynamic training” isn’t new, however, athlete safety is now first on the minds of coaches, trainers, and athletes.

The Multiplyo™ Soft Box is a three-in-one plyometric softbox that is manufactured to the same sizes as the boxes used in the CrossFit Games. The Multiplyo™ Soft Box is a new take on a traditional plyometric training product. Its’ size is 20″ x 30″ x 24″ (510mm x 760mm x 610mm). The Soft Box is a cost-effective solution for clubs and studios, you can give all your members the opportunity to experience plyometric training. The box is ideal for beginners to improve lower body strength and stability with simple step-ups then flip the box and use it to perform dynamic jumps for advanced clients. The plyo-box is weighted for added stability meaning you can jump in confidence yet the intelligent design and construction means it is easy to move around any space.

This box is made from a high grade recycled compressed foam with a BTEX outer shell. This, along with the internal foam, also means it is lightweight and easy to move around. The box is easy to clean and hygienic while the soft edges mean it is forgiving when mistakes are made — cut and bruised shins will be a thing of the past, meaning it is again a safer way to introduce beginners to the world of plyometric training. Because this box is made using soft dense foam with anti-slip landing zones, as opposed to wood, users experience fewer injuries common in plyometric work with traditional wooden boxes. These boxes remove the fear factor from plyometrics. They’re a great introduction to plyometrics exercise thanks to the soft surfaces and bright design.

Dynamic training with plyometric training equipment and accessories is trending high for 2016.

Need to learn more about the Multiplyo™ for plyometric training?

Do you operate a gym, group training facility, or health club? If you would like to learn more about how Escape Fitness can help you build an exercise environment for athletic training, functional training, and plyometric training for your health club, campus fitness facility, or group training facility please use the form provided to express your interest or any questions.

After you contact us – don’t forget, we can support your facility, personal training, and group exercise programs. Yes, it’s free – always. Simply click on the blue triangle, above to the right, to register the exercise professionals responsible for working with your members and guests.


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    escape fitness was last modified: October 8th, 2019 by Derek Curtice