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ESPN Interview of Jacob Hiller, Creator of The Jump Manual

February 22, 2010

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The 7 Day Vertical Jump Cure: Discover How To Jump Higher In 7 Days Flat (Free Download)

February 7, 2010

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The 7 Day Vertical Jump Cure is a brand-new, cutting-edge special report designed to make you jump higher in only 7 days flat.

Download it for free here:

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Unstable Surface Training and Other “Neat” Vertical Jump Training Techniques

December 21, 2009

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Let’s get real for a second.

I’m assuming…

  • You want results from your training.
  • You want the best results in the quickest possible time.

Just because your workout is ‘neat’, and just because it is difficult does not mean it is creating the desired training effect.

This sounds silly, as well as obvious.

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Damien Walters “Free Running” : What’s His Vertical Jump?

October 14, 2009

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Damien Walters from the United Kingdom is a professional stuntman and free runner.

He also coaches gymnastics.

I just came across this video today and his stuff is INCREDIBLE.

It takes some serious flexibility, creativity, jumping ability and PRACTICE to do the stuff he does.

I wonder what his vertical jump is.

What do you think it is?

Lemme know by leaving a comment below.

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Alan Barch Jr. Breaks Vertical Jump World Record

September 6, 2009

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Alan Barch Jr. is a 5’9″ athletic trainer who recently recorded the world’s first OFFICIAL
50 inch vertical jump.

This has to be the highest vertical jump ever recorded.

Many athletes have been RUMORED to have a 50 inch vertical leap, but they have never bothered to get tested.

Alan is the first who has OFFICIALLY been tested and measured.

It’s amazing to see how high he gets off the ground.

Here are the official results of his test:

Height: 5’9″

Standing reach: 7 feet 5.5 inches

Standing vertical jump: 50 inches

Running vertical jump: 54.5 inches

If this doesn’t inspire you to train harder, nothing will!

So if you want to take your vertical to the next level, read my review of the
best vertical jump programs right now.

Pick the one that best suits you, and follow it to the T (my favorite vertical jump program is the Jump Manual).

Challenge yourself to see how close you can get to Alan’s incredible feat.

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Khadour Ziani Displaying His Incredible 50+ Inch Vertical Jump

September 4, 2009

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Khadour Ziani is a 5′ 10″ French dunker (originally from Algeria) rumored to have a 56 inch vertical jump.

I don’t know if he can jump that high, but he is one of my favorite dunkers of all time (gotta rep for the short guys).

He has some pretty SICK dunks, especially when he jumps off one foot.

His signature dunk is a 360 off one foot, and he is also famous for his ability to KICK the rim.

Let me know what you think of his dunks by leaving a comment below.

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The Best Vertical Jump Exercises

July 1, 2009

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If you are like me, you have spent months or even years training to increase your vertical jump.

You have invested hundreds of dollars in vertical jump programs that promised to increase your vertical by “8-14 inches”.

All this has left you confused as to what exercises really work to improve your vertical jump…

If you are like me, you are extremely frustrated with the sheer amount of so called “vertical jump exercises” and you are tired of all those ‘good-for-nothing-but-take-your-hard-earned-money’ vertical jump programs.

After years testing different vertical jump programs and the exercises found within them, I have narrowed down the top 7 vertical jump exercises that you can immediately add to your training to see dramatic improvements in your vertical leap.

These are TESTED and PROVEN exercises that are guaranteed to improve your vertical leap, so make sure you add them to your current training regimen.

I have personally used these exercises to take my vertical jump to the 40 inch mark.

To view the top 7 vertical jump exercises, click here.

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