Like any training modality, the two paths of training and teaching are necessary to fully exploit the benefits of plyometrics. With so many different exercises and development levels to work with, sometimes plyometric training is dumbed down to make this easier to administer, which is boring the advanced athletes. On the other hand, workouts that are too advanced can injure athletes and discourage them from doing plyometrics in the long run.
I have revised what I do from learning from other coaches, but sometimes you have to look at your program and simply judge what can be done better.
Here are six lessons I have learned the hard way, and some I have learned from just knowing which coaches provide the best advice.