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Jump Higher Programs

2 December 2010 No Comment

There are 3 main jump higher programs out there on the internet that have risen to the top. And each has something, but if you are serious about jumping higher, then you should definitely check out one of these and you can literally improve your vertical overnight. But there are differences, so look through the differences between these popular jump higher programs before you make the wrong decision.

These 3 popular jump higher programs are Jump Manual, Air Alert, and The Vertical Project.

And there are more jump higher programs of course, but these have stood out for quite a while as the most popular.

Air Alert was the one that I started with  because I had some friends doing the program so I jumped on board. And it worked alright, but for some reason it felt old and out of date just because of the unprofessional feel of the website and the overall program. Not that they didn’t have good information or that my friends and I didn’t see results, but just not as much as I would have liked.

The next one was the Jump Manual, and I’ve actually gained quite a lot from that. Because of the way it is set up and the professional coaching you get from it and everything, you can see gains instantly. Not only is it professional and well done, but they also work with not only workouts but technique and nutrition plans as well. So you can hit every part of your body in order to be jumping higher in no time. Plus there is a money back guarantee so if you don’t see results, you’ll get double your money back, which is quite a deal.

The Vertical Project is the other program and the most expensive of the jump higher programs. And because of the nearly $300 price tag, I can’t justify spending that much money on it.

Feel free to check these out and let me know in the comments if you have tried one of these and what you’ve found, I’d love to hear.

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