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Core stability and plyometric training have become common elements of training programs in competitive athletes. Core stability allows stabilization of the spine and trunk of the body in order to allow maximal translation of force to the extremities. Plyometric training is more dynamic and involves explosive-strength training. Integration of these exercises theoretically begins with core stabilization using more static exercises, allowing safe and effective transition to plyometric exercises.doi:10.1249/jsr.0b013e31823b3b94 pmid:22071395 fatcat:6c2rcoczdzfztaq7w25iabjtoy