Vertical Jump: Here’s How it All Started

As a young basketball player I wanted to improve my vertical. I was an average athlete with a vertical in the mid 20’s. I was confused by all the different programs that provided me with nothing but hype and ineffective training. Each year I tried a new vertical jump training program: Air Alert, Jump Soles, Plyometrics. As a college basketball player and jumper in track and field I trusted in my coaches to provide me with effective training results. After years of training all I had to show was a 29-inch vertical.

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During a two year mission trip away from training, basketball, and vertical jump training, I gave great thought to how my training went wrong. I developed a theory and started training local athletes using a few exercises each day. With those few exercises I saw more results than I had seen in any other training method. I continued to research, test, and develop vertical jump training programs.

After returning from my mission I tested out the theories on myself. I was untrained for two years and at 6’4” I could hardly dunk. I devoted the following months to my training techniques and at the end of that time I dunked nine inches behind the free throw line, 360 dunk with two hands, and touched my head on the rim. My vertical had skyrocketed as I had always wanted. Wherever I went people asked me how I jumped like that. I soon developed the multi-faceted approach, and had athletes writing me thank you letters on a regular basis.

I have been involved with vertical jump training for over ten years. I have developed my own vertical beyond 40 inches and helped hundred of other athletes to exceed 40+ vertical inches. The program provides an athlete everything they need to reach their peak vertical explosion and quickness.

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