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Looking to increase your vertical jump? Learn how to improve your vertical jump with our vertical jump exercises and programs advice. Whether you play basketball or volleyball (or any other sport), you will be able to increase your vertical leap quickly and safely.

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Dec
06

Vertical Jump Program Exercises and Tips

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You can find a number of keep-fit exercise programs that can help to enhance your vertical jump. This article will talk about a fiery though easy 5 minute exercise to advance your vertical jump and provide tips on choosing a vertical jump program Knee Raises – A Simple Workout The usual abdominal workout of performing knee raises in the proper manner requires the use of an overheard bar. The exercise of knee raises is not advisable for the faint hearted people, yet, these are one of the .....Continue Reading

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Aug
17

Make Your Vertical Jump Higher

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Here’s one of the best things that you could know about how to make your vertical jump higher: anyone can do it. What you just need to understand is that what matters is your body type. So, regardless of your age, gender, and, even, previous training, making your vertical jump higher is possible. Those shoes, ebooks, and video programs could help; but nothing can beat understanding what your body and mind can do to help you gain at least 6 inches in just 8 weeks. A vertical jump is an .....Continue Reading

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Almost any coach and sports medicine expert would tell you that the most common question that they would have to tackle with any athlete and sports enthusiast is “How to increase my vertical jump?” And, just as common and absurd as this is, experts would only tell you that jumping – just as with any explosive movement – could be improved over time with proper training. Defining Vertical Jump But before tackling questions like “how to increase my vertical jump,” any coach would .....Continue Reading

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Aug
15

Vertical Leap Drills Made Easy

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Is it possible for about just anyone to increase their vertical leap? Most would tell you that you definitely can – if only you join their program or buy their special shoes. But, then again, you’ve read some disappointing feedback over the net – and, you immediately knew that you’re going to waste a hundred bucks if you let them sell to you. How Could Vertical Leap Drills Work? But not all things are created equal – even with vertical leap drills. But aren’t those vertical jump .....Continue Reading

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Aug
14

Increase Vertical Jump Shoes

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If you have enrolled with any vertical jump program, most likely you have heard about increase vertical leap shoes. And, probably you have heard about many brands – from both your colleagues and over the net. But beware: most buyers of vertical leap shoes often get disappointed. Why? Not because those increase vertical leap shoes do not work, they – the buyers – simply do not how these shoes should work. So, before you spend hundred of bucks on vertical jump shoes, let’s find out what .....Continue Reading

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Many people want to learn how to increase their vertical jump for free. This article will explore some myths to do with vertical jumps so that you are able to make your own exercise regime better. Any basketball – or, even volleyball player may tell you that increasing vertical leap is not really that hard – as long as you follow their program, that is. And, after spending hundred of dollars on programs that promised to increase vertical leap, you still end up reaching that same height .....Continue Reading

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Apr
20

What muscles are used in a vertical jump?

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Strength can be increased using traditional strength training, with emphasis on the posterior chain (or “p-chain”) which consists of the hamstrings, calves, lower back and glute muscles. Studies have shown that the majority of force generated during a vertical jump is generated by these muscles, and most importantly the quadriceps which are not part of the p-chain. .....Continue Reading

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Apr
19

How do you find out your vertical jump?

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Use Chalk or a piece of tape and reach as high as you can flat footed against a wall and make a mark on the wall there. Then jump as has high as you can off two feet straight up and mark the wall at the apex of your jump. Measure between the two marks with a tape measure. That is your vertical jump. Do two or three repetitions to make sure it’s accurate. Read More→

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Apr
18

Is improving your vertical jump difficult?

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Improving your vertical jump is not that difficult. In fact, if you have the right vertical training program it can be done quite easily. There are a lot of things that you can do that will help. The real question is what things are going to help you a lot and which things are only going to help you a little bit. Read More→

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This article was provided by Performance Coach, Kelly Baggett. He is also the author of the Vertical Jump Development Bible so if think this article is helpful, be sure to check out his vertical jump training program.

basketballgirlHow important is a strong vertical jump to you? Well, even if you’re not a basketball player, volleyball player, high-jumper, and you don’t participate in a sport that requires leaping ability, you still might want to pay attention to it. Yes, even if you happened to be a sumo wrestler, whose sport requires staying glued to the ground – assessing your jumping ability would still have merit for you!

In practically all the world of sport the vertical leap can be and is frequently used as a measuring tool to assess the ability to display power, explosive strength, and the ability to use your strength. Jumping ability is to athletic development what the ability to accelerate from 0-60 is to street-car racing. You can put a bigger engine in a car, but what it can do with the horsepower it has is evaluated in the race. Unless it can “get it up and go” quickly, that extra horsepower is of no use. In much the same way the vertical jump assesses your “get up and go” and how well you can use the horsepower in your own body. Read More→

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