This brief but great article helps to dispel some myths on jump training and plyometrics. A great starter for any jump training conversation.
Dr. Yessis posted this very blunt article years ago and it still holds true today: when discussing training with other coaches, often times when we say the same words we mean different things. Here he helps to fix some of those gaps.
This article is a long but VERY good article covering all aspects of jump training, from a strength, physiological, and practical perspective. If you are going to read one – this is it.
In this QUAH Sal, Adam, & Justin answer the question “How would you recommend the programming of plyometrics in conjunction with resistance training?”