How to Do explosive leg exercises with dynamic isometrics
We usually categorize exercise into two categories: cardio and strength training. You'll hear fitness experts espousing that you have to combine both to effectively burn fat and build muscle. But there are several other abilities you should adapt if you want to be lean all over.
Strength endurance and stability are not frequently mentioned, but they are just as important as cardio and strength training. Check out this video to learn how to do explosive leg exercises with dynamic isometrics and depth drops.
As we move from the strength phase of our training it becomes necessary to start incorporating movements that build strength endurance and stability. We must also engage in exercises that allow us to transition to more dynamic movements, submaximal plyometrics.