Well, it’s been around 6 months since I completed the Vert Shock training program which finally had me land my first dunk. At the end of my review I stated that my palming ability was holding me back, as the ball hand a tendency to slip out of my hand as I reached for the rim. Since then I’ve changed …
There’s a lot of confusion about what the highest possible vertical jump is. In this article we’ll take a look at the stats used by the NBA and NFL, as well as the platform jump in which people are recording over 60 inches.
Although I have already compared the two most popular vertical jump training programs out there, I’ve had a few people ask me which one is for them. In this article I’ll address the question and give you an objective answer on which program I recommend most.
No matter what you’re buying, the price should always be a consideration. In this article I compare the prices for the most popular jump programs out there, and as you’ll find out there’s not much difference between them.
Although I highly recommend moving on to a comprehensive vertical jump training program for serious results, if you’re just getting started you should try these key exercises which are the foundation of any workout plan for developing your ability to soar.
Although you don’t technically need a ball and hoop to develop your jumping ability, you should always complement your physical workouts with some ball-time. This article covers all the places you can play ball and keep your ball handling skills up to scratch.
We have all heard the various claims made by the many international footwear companies that their brand of basketball shoes will make you run faster, jump higher and play better, but how much actual truth is there in these claims?
It’s absolutely essential to monitor your progress as you develop your vertical leap. Here’s the simple way of measuring your standing vertical.
When people think about dunking, they immediately think height. As a matter of fact, your wingspan is just as important, and NBA players are known to have higher than average wingspans.
For us shorter folk, we all need some inspiration. Luckily, there’s no shortage of it with some of the NBA’s biggest names being shorter than their mighty dunks would have you believe. Check out my list of the top 5 dunkers under 6 feet tall.