Here are a few video examples of plyometric exercises.
Dont get too confused. There is only a need of no more than 3-4 plyometric exercises for your training program. Doing these exercises will help develop your running speed, increase your vertical and horizontal leap, and make you a much more explosive athlete.
A plyometric training program should only be done at no more than 1-2 times a week and only when you achieve a good level of basic strength. Light forms of plyometric exercises like explosive jumping rope can be done at any level, and basic sprinting is also considered a low plyometric exercise that will help at the beginning stages of training.