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Increase Your Vertical Jump

13 February 2011 One Comment

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If you are trying to increase your vertical jump, then there is really one way to do that. Find the right workout that really gets results. There are a lot of workouts out there, so make sure to watch out for the bad ones. Most won’t get the results you want if you’re looking to increase your vertical jump, that’s why I’ve always loved the jump manual for vertical jump programs.

The best thing about having a program to increase your vertical jump is that it keeps you to a workout program and makes sure that you move forward correctly. If you don’t, then you are just wasting your time, and you will never really jump higher.

But as for the right ways to increase your vertical jump, get the right jumping exercises that make you actually go through the jumping form. You must be jumping higher if you want to increase your vertical jump. That’s why squats and slow movements like that do nothing to increase your vertical.

Workouts like box jumps, or most jump rope routines, or squat hops, or bounding, or a bunch more plyometric training I have on my website. You must integrate these into your jumping workouts if you want to increase your vertical jump.

Also, don’t forget that any extra weight that you carry around with you is extra weight that you have to carry up with you. So if you can lose any extra fat, you can increase your vertical that way too. So don’t be afraid to watch your diet and cut out all the crap food that you have been eating. It will only help you in your health and athleticism. Eat energy food.

When you can put those simple things together, you can easily and quickly increase your vertical jump and really get started to jump higher in basketball or volleyball, or any sport that you want to increase your athleticism or speed and quickness.

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