Learning to jump higher can improve your performance in activities like track and field, basketball and volleyball. You'll also gain power, balance, and agility, which can benefit all your movements — both functional and athletic.
Research has confirmed that jump training benefits athletic performance across the board in field sports for
2. Sprint performance
3. Change-of-direction speed
4. ACL injury prevention
Here's to teach you how to jump higher!
Combines strength training & plyometrics.
Highly educational - tons of background knowledge on vertical jump science.
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Jacob Hiller wasn't born a "natural" jumper. In High School he measured a 19" vertical leap at tryouts and barely made the team. Today he jumps over 40" and is one of the most sought after vertical jump specialists in the world. To date he has trained Amateur, Pro and Olympic level athletes in over 65 different countries.
Join Coach Hiller inside The Jump Manual as he teaches you his exact training protocol for developing a 40"+ vertical leap.
Jacob has trained high school, college, NBA, Olympic athletes, and professional dunkers. He has been developing vertical jump explosion techniques for over 10 years and training coaches and athletes to maximize their potential.