Plyos are not inherently scary, they're just one jump followed immediately by another jump. However, the ability to calibrate the output of the second jump is an art in itself. There is a lot of room for error.
's post about contextual interference, I have been using the method he prescribed to cultivate adaptability by switching between different types of precision jumps in the same set. *
It has helped immensely in cutting down on this calibration period. Anyone wanting to dial in their precision jumps should check that post out.