Plyometrics uses speed and force of movement to build muscle power. Due to the amount of force needed to exercise, it is not recommended for elders or those with weak joints to train plyometrics because it can It can cause significant stress to the body. Plyometrics, if done unprofessionally, can wear and tear in tendons. A plyometric exercise should last about 20 seconds. Ideally, you should train plyometrics about 1-2 times a week. Plyometrics originally came from Germany. Plyometrics is usually a medium level of intensity depending on how long you exercise. Jump training is another word for Plyometric training.
The benefits of plyometric is tone the entire body, burn calories, and improve cardiovascular health. In addition, plyometric exercises rapidly stretch your muscles, allowing you to move more efficiently.
The main difficulty is the initial attempts of new exercises because your body wont recognize the amount of force needed to perform these exercises. It get's easier the more you practice.