If you’ve been looking around online trying to find out how to add a few inches or more to your vertical leap, you’ve probably come across The Jump Manual by Jacob Hiller. And like many others you’re probably wondering if it can really deliver on its promise to send you rocketing higher than you ever thought possible. Can a program really exist that does these things?
The answer, of course, is a resounding YES. But like any other specialized athletic feat, there are certain things you have to follow and certain muscles you have to pay attention to in order to achieve these goals. And most people that try to do so without any instruction or manual end up not only failing, but often hurting their performance or even themselves.
This is why it is of utmost importance that you do not simply try to make up a workout and hope that it gives you the results you want. A runner’s workout is not the same as a mountain climber’s workout, and is certainly not the same as a vertical jumper’s workout. In fact, even a distance jumper needs to take a different approach than a vertical one, if he ever hopes to stand out from the crowd.
That’s why The Jump Manual lays it all out in plain English, with illustrations, videos, charts, and everything else you need to jump higher and channel your inner explosiveness. Even experienced vertical jumpers that can already do a slam dunk are usually ignoring something that is keeping them from realizing their full potential.
So if you are sick of not seeing the results you want in your high jump, or if you are blaming your lack of success on genetics or even your natural height, then you need to get your hands on The Jump Manual today and start realizing just how easy it is to excel given the right direction.
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