Number 2 in a Series
Hey there! Are you interested in increasing your vertical by 10 inches or more?
Last time we talked about the first strategy to getting the results you want with your vertical jump: confidence. Today you’re going to learn what SCIENCE says about increasing your vertical jump.
Achieving A Higher Vert Is Like Learning To Ride A Bike
Learning how to jump high is difficult at first, but once you’re taught how to do it, you’ve got the knowledge for the rest of your life.
And it is out there: the knowledge you need to be the best athlete you can be. And there’s a secret to being the best athlete you can be.
So what is the secret?
By basing your workouts on correct scientific principles the results WILL come.
The good news is that once you start seeing some immediate results, you will find yourself increasingly excited to continue to improve.
Confidence was our first strategy. The best thing about a program based on science, not hype, is that you can have confidence that it will work—it’s been proven.
And if you can have the confidence that a vertical jump program is going to work for you, you can invest your time and energy with everything you’ve got, and you could gain up to 25 inches on your vert.
Which brings me to Strategy #2…
Strategy #2: Get to Work So You Can Begin Increasing Your Vertical By 10 Inches
You there in the back: stop groaning! 😉 Do you want to get better or not? Your opponents and teammates do.
Thanks in large part to the latest, most updated vertical leap technology, getting inches on your vert is easier than ever. But it’s still going to take some effort. Here’s a list of quick tips to help you pin down where to start.
- First you’ve got to make a commitment to yourself that you are going to dedicate yourself to a jumping program. Write down your goals. Write down how you’re going to practice, how many inches you want to gain, and how quick you want to become. Decide NOW, before you even begin, that you are going to give it your best effort.
- Work smart and hard, not just hard. Quality, not quantity, and intensity, not repetition, will bring more results. This little-known scientific principle is ESSENTIAL to your training.
In-Depth Research: Complex Training
I love The Jump Manual, because you’ll learn the Nine Essential Aspects to getting your max vertical. You won’t find an explanation like this anywhere else.
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Next up: Embarrassed About the Size of Your Vertical Jump?
In our next vertical jump training installment, we will discuss a solution that is completely counter intuitive to the embarrassing problem of not having a good vertical jump.
Until next time!