High Jump Training to enhance your vertical leap

When I first started high jumping in high school, I mostly figured it out on my own, with the help of an old video on jumping technique given to me by my coach.

That video helped me to lay out my steps in the approach, but not much else. I still managed to do pretty well after practicing for a year, but it wasn’t until I got to college that I got specific high jump training that taught me leap building exercises and the philosophy of glide.

At the college level I crossed paths with some high level jumpers many of whom had valuable tidbits to share. One guy would swear that the Russians had it all figured out. The next would say a good plyometrics regimen is all you need. The next would assure me it is all about mastering the penultimate stride. Yet another would say it’s all in the J curve and how you groove it.

They were all right. They all had important pieces. If only I had all these pieces as a junior in high school. The massive difference that would have made in my career. But by my third year at college, I started to develop a bruised fifth lumbar from hyper extending my back, and that changed my whole approach.

Now as a masters division athlete some 30 years later, I’ve gone back to the old straddle technique to protect my back, and I jump off the opposite foot due to a car accident that left my original leaping leg badly broken in 5 places.

I still love the event and work on balance and spring 3 times a week. For those of you new to high jumping, my hope is that you get the jump manual and use it. It will save you years of searching and those are key performance years that you can’t get back.

Try it and you’ll be leaping through the roof in no time, and if you are a high school junior or you are getting this for one, you might even earn yourself some college scholarship money with the huge gains you’ll make next season.

Record breaking jump training

The first time I coached young jumpers was back in the early 80’s when I returned from college. I went back to my old high school and offered to help their jumpers with some fundamentals in technique.

Within 1 year, one of the three young men had broken my old HS high jump record, and all three had become formidable opponents, occasionally sweeping all 3 point positions in meets.

This showed me that vertical leap increases can be coached, in addition to traditional jump technique training.

I didn’t realize at the time that I’d spend the better part of the next 3 decades searching for the best combination of jumpers training that any athlete could use. There are many jumper training methods out there and I’ve gotten some value from most of them, but found little pieces missing from each.

One of the common missing components in these is an examination of muscle recovery and how important that is.

The jump manual does an excellent job of addressing recovery while providing a world class workout routine for leapers. It’s in a class all by itself. And that’s coming from a high jump coach who has sifted through workout routines from all over the world for over 35 years.


Jump Training that ties it all together

After a 40 year search for the best high jump training, I’m happy to say I found the most effective process to blow up your vertical leap.

Click The best jump training available to add 10 inches to your vertical in the next 4 months, guaranteed.

This process gives you the best combination of fast twitch muscle development, approach technique enhancement, and appropriate muscle recovery.

If it works for me at 56, imagine what this program can do for the vertical leaping capability of a teenager.