This Vertical Jump Training Course will provide you with all of the information needed to add inches to your vertical in weeks. With 18 lectures from a division 1 basketball athlete, this program breaks down the concepts, nutrition, and workout schedule that is essential for any player, coach, or trainer looking to take their athleticism to the next level.
What this course includes
Over 15 lectures analyzing every aspect of vertical training, this course takes you day-to-day through what it takes to become a more athletic and explosive athlete.
What to expect
This course begins with a detailed explanation of why it is that some people are able to jump higher than others and how anyone, if they train the correct way, is able to increase their vertical. After the introduction and breakdown of concepts, we get right into it and talk about the necessary exercises; analyzing each individual workout. Although the weight room is very important for seeing increases in your vertical, we will discuss how nutrition is equally important and I will introduce you to several crucial supplements including my personal opinion of which ones are necessary.
Is This Course For You?
This course is intended for any athlete, trainer, or coach who wants to apply or share the knowledge of vertical jump training. Having a high vertical and being explosive is crucial for sports like basketball, volleyball, football, baseball, track, and soccer. If you are looking to improve your jumping ability, speed, or quickness then this course is for you.
What You Will Gain From This Course
It is not a coincidence that the highest jumpers are also the fastest sprinters. Jumping high and running fast go hand-in-hand and have very similar training styles. Upon completing this course, following the routines and training regiment of the program, understanding the techniques and concepts of vertical training, and following the nutrition guidelines and supplements, you will add 8 to 12 inches to your vertical jump and have significant gains to your speed and quickness. Follow this course's guidelines and become a more explosive athlete BEFORE YOUR NEXT SPORT SEASON!
Talks about who this program is intended for and why someone would want to increase their vertical
Breaks down the Plyometric training aspect of the workout
Breaks down the strength training aspect of the workout
Further discusses the plyometric aspect of the training program
Further discusses the strength training aspect of the training program
Breaks down the core training aspect of the training program
Briefly discusses upper body training and vertical jump training
Discusses the health choices of vertical jump training
Discusses important supplements to take for vertical jump training
Gives you the schedule to follow day to day for the vertical jump training
Wraps up the course with a conclusion and gives suggestions for jump training
Provides links to products suggested in the course
Kaleb Marquis was a Division 1 basketball player who attended Long Island University, which is apart of the Northeastern Conference. Being only 5 feet 10 inches tall, Kaleb always struggled with the vertical aspect of basketball. He then had one-on-one training with track Olympian Richard James in vertical jump training as well as strength and conditioning training while in college. He was able to take his athleticism to new heights through this Vertical Jump Training Program.
Kaleb began his training early on in high school where he researched and practiced several popular vertical training programs on the market. Kaleb gained inches to his vertical, as well as knowledge of what it takes to become athletic. His hard work and dedication showed on the basketball court where he became one of only eleven basketball players to score 1,000 career points while attending Concord High School, a division 1 high school apart of the NHIAA.
Kaleb was then able to take his athleticism and basketball career to the next level where he earned a spot on the roster of the division 1 basketball program at Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY. It was at this college where Kaleb was able to expand on his knowledge of vertical jump training by working with other division 1 athletes as well as track Olympian Richard James.
Kaleb not only has the knowledge of what it takes to increase your vertical and overall athleticism, but also was able to put that knowledge to the test and is a walking example of what this training can do for you.