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The Way I Improved My Vertical and It Will Work for You

4 April 2011 No Comment

When I was in high school, I wanted to increase my vertical. I wanted to be able to jump higher in basketball so that I could dunk in a game and then all the girls would like me. That was my logic anyway. And my logic is still the same, more or less, but I still want to increase my vertical and dunk the basketball. Thankfully, I wanted to increase my vertical so bad back then that I went through all the jump programs and jumping workouts so that I could and I’ll never forget the first time I dunked. I was so excited that I could throw one down so well and easily for once.

I’ll never go back to before that. Now I can consistently dunk the basketball and I don’t even have to think about it. But the key is to get to that point first.

So how can you improve your vertical jump? How can you jump higher so that you can dunk? Well there are a few things you will want to know. First, you need to have a good jumping program that will give you the direction and jumping workouts you need in order to improve your vertical jump. This is vital because you must have a good jumping workout, and if you don’t, then you will be completely wasting your time and energy with worthless jumping exercises.

And with a good jumping program will come all the instruction you need to have correct form, workout with the best amount of exercises and rest (it would surprise you how many exercises you don’t need), and also the one-on-one instruction from a good coach who can help you as you improve to increase your vertical jump.

If you want all of that in one package, then just check out the Jump Manual to see if that could be what you are looking for.

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