In today's video, we're to be showing you a “hidden” step that can really help you jump higher fast.
We are talking about adding 6 to 10 inches to your vertical jump instantly… if you do it right.
This video is primarily for two foot jumpers.
We've seen this add as much as 8 to 10 inches to somebody's vertical jump by helping them implement this step into their approach as they're getting ready to take off.
You see, what a lot of people don't focus on is the step before the penultimate (last two) steps.
That being the elongated third step as seen here:
The elongated third step helps you bring more speed into your penultimate step which helps you transfer your horizontal speed, vertical so that you jump higher.
Now before you really add that to your approach, it's best to take it piece by piece.
So first, we recommend that you stand stationary and practice this step to jump higher.
As you go on you want to lengthen the third step further and further.
Once you figure out how far you feel comfortable you can add your in running vertical jumpand try to still take your elongated third step from the same spot.
Here's something you should do…
Watch other great two foot vertical jumpers.
You'll be able to see where they're taking off from.
So again, watch the video and practice learning your elongated third step from a stationary position and slowly add more steps.
Fix Your Vertical Jump Approach To Jump Higher
The next thing you want to do is really work on your approach.
Because the more speed you can bring into that third to last step, the even more power you are going to have when you explode up.
With your approach you want to start slower and get faster.
When we're just focused on vertical jump, first let's not even worry about the game setting because it's going to take a lot of practice before we start dunking in games.
First we have to learn how to jump.
It's like you gotta crawl before you can walk.
So first let's just work on the approach…
Then from there you can work on the takeoff.
The middle between the approach and the takeoff is this “hidden” elongated third step.
It's kind of like pieces to a puzzle.
In today's video, we've explained some of the piece to the puzzle of jumping higher…
Now all you have to do is put the pieces of the puzzle together.
If you're looking to jump higher then here are some things you can do:
- Watch other players that jump higher and study every aspect of the way they jump.
- Improve your approach to your vertical jump.
- Improve the speed of your penultimate step for takeoff.
- Master the elongated third step to help bring you approach and take off together.
If you follow these steps and what we talk about in the video then you'll see instant vertical jump inches added to your athleticism.