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    Sports where plyo's tend to be PART of the sport...

    Sports where plyo's tend to be PART of the sport ( or art form) tend to do them based on the individuals personal ability (progressive loading) and also age/experience ( ballet, gymnastics, etc)....
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    Fair enough and a valid point. That said, ballet...

    Fair enough and a valid point.
    That said, ballet dancers tend to train from when they are very little and with "low" impact compared to what they do after, ie: progressive loading.
    So...
    :p
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    The western take is the same as the eastern, just...

    The western take is the same as the eastern, just expressed (in words) differently and expressed in action in a sport specific manner.
    Simply because we tend to see it in sports more than anywhere...
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    Well, to be honest, we do talk about it. Pretty...

    Well, to be honest, we do talk about it.
    Pretty much every sport that uses "explosive strength" does that and trains it.
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    Plyo's are load baring exercises. And as Frost...

    Plyo's are load baring exercises.
    And as Frost mentioned, they should be used AFTER a good base strength is developed.
    I mean, you can use them before BUT you get far better results using them...
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    Energy from where? Produced by what? Muscles....

    Energy from where?
    Produced by what?

    Muscles.

    You do realize that the only way to "strengthen" tendons is by "load baring activities", yes?
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    As if you can have one without the other...

    As if you can have one without the other...
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