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The Only 2 Ways to Increase Vertical

4 April 2011 No Comment

There are various ways to increase vertical, but I’m sure that you don’t want all of the different ways to increase vertical, you want to the way that will do it the quickest and the most effectively. There is no use in having all of the ways to get from point A to point B, you only really want the quickest one or the one that bypasses most of the typical problems that most people run into. And this is it.

The best two ways to increase vertical is by having a good coach or having good jumping workouts. With either of these, you can get obvious improvement by plowing forward on a good jumping program that will give results in the shortest amount of time. A good coach will know how to motivate, keep you on track and the right things to do.

Just the same, a good jumping workout will give you the exercises to strengthen and focus on the correct muscles in order to improve the right movements so you can jump higher. And those right movements are explosive movements to make your legs and body react immediately to jump up as high as possible. You can say goodbye to the squats and the slow, heavy exercises because they will only slow you down and lower your jumping ability, and since you are looking for ways to increase vertical, you must focus more on the quick, explosive, fast-twitch movements that will make you run faster and jump higher.

So those are the only good ways to increase vertical, of course there are tons of more ways, but none will do that effectively or quickly, instead you will waste time and money trying to get somewhere when you should have just gotten a good jumping program that can get you exactly what you want.

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