Originally Posted by Steve Shafley
Shock training is plyometrics.
Not that this really matters much, but here's something from the Supertraining list:
shock training methods *do* represent a intensification of the sporting
movement. The rest of "plyometrics" , jumps , hops and so are not really
"shock" method of training.
What is termed at plyometrics in West is many time a dilution of Verkhoshanky;s
original shock methods, and an attempt to encompass all those drills under the
same name is IMO wrong.
There are people who debate the semantics of all this: shock training, plyometrics, "true plyometrics," etc. I don't think it's a big deal though.