plyometrics

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plyometrics

(ˌplaɪəʊˈmɛtrɪks)
pl n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) (functioning as singular) a system of exercise in which the muscles are repeatedly stretched and suddenly contracted
[C20: from Greek plio- + metric]
ˌplyoˈmetric adj
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Myer's POLYMETRICS (9780736079600), a fine survey of science-based drills and exercises to ensure optimal athlete results for all levels in any sport.
It is my overall contention that elegy's form of enactment consistently comes closer to narrative than does the enacted form of Horace's odes or even that of Catullus's polymetrics and epigrams.
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Contact: Kris Indseth, AMREL's Director of Polymetrics or Luke McKinney, AMREL's Business Development, East Coast at 1(800) 882-6735.