If you want to pull the maximum of these jumping exercises and I know you do, here are some tips for you to make sure you are on the right track for increasing your vertical leap.
Try to drink as much water as you can throughout the day. Having additional water in your belly will make your body function as good as it possibly can.
Once you start doing the exercises don’t think about stopping. The more you stick to the chart the better results you get. And try not to do more than recommended.
As I told you, these are tested drills that have given nothing but good results. The exercises must be followed in the exact order.
Never underestimate the importance of stretching before you do the exercises. Feeling stiff before you practice is the last thing you want. The best athletes always stretch their limbs because they want to reduce the possibility of getting injures.
While you are doing these workouts you should not stop playing basketball or whatever activity it is. Don’t make your leg muscles stiff by resting. Every additional sweat that you can break will do good.
The exercises will strengthen your ankles, your calves and your thighs. They make you blast off the ground if you have them developed.
After you start doing some of the exercises here, you might notice that your vertical has actually decreased. Don’t panic, this is what you want. That’s normal. That means that you are doing it right.
And remember, there is no best program for improving your vertical leap. One can be too hard another can be too easy. All of the exercises laid out here are effective (some may repeat in more than one programs). I’ve tried them myself, I’ve sold them and they worked for others as well.
Two more things. Be aware that YOU should be the one to choose on which program or exercises you’ll be working on. If you think something is too easy or too hard to do, then by all means, try another program. And print out the programs when doing them for better use.
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