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FAQ's for JUMP HIGHER


How does the JUMP HIGHER training program compare to other jumping training?


How much higher will I be able to jump?


How long should I do the JUMP HIGHER training exercises?


How to order


Are the JUMP HIGHER training exercises appropriate for a high jumper?


Is it best to order the RUN FASTER training program or the JUMP HIGHER training program? Do they both accomplish similar goals? Which do you recommend?


What sport events do the JUMP HIGHER training exercises apply to?



How does the JUMP HIGHER training program compare to other jumping training?


There are a lot of different training programs available that can help athletes improve their vertical jump. Our programs are different because they use the resistance band with an isometric training strategy on the specific muscles involved in the standing vertical jump, running vertical jump, high jump, long jump and triple jump.

The muscle groups that our Jump Higher program targets are the hip flexors, hip extensors, knee flexors, knee extensors and ankle plantar-flexors.

Most programs include training all of these muscle groups except the hip flexors. Your hip flexor muscles absolutely must be included in any jump higher training program because this muscle group, which just so happens to be one of strongest muscle groups in the body, is primarily responsible for increasing your running speed which is very critical to establishing the necessary momentum in all of the jumps that involve running, including sports skills like shooting layups and making slam dunks.

This muscle group also provides the necessary upward momentum that is generated especially in high jumpers. If you have ever watched a high jumper, you will notice that not only do they create upward momentum by thrusting their arms up in the air they also thrust one of their thighs/knees upward as well. This upward knee and thigh thrust is one of the main functions of your hip flexors and it has the effect of making the body momentarily lighter which enables them to jump higher.

The Jump Higher program is also different in that it takes about 10 minutes a day to perform. This is important since one of the keys to jumping higher is to make your muscles faster and stronger without adding to their weight. Many times athletes are able to build size and strength in their muscles but are not able to appreciate any improvement in the vertical jump due to the added weight gain. With the Jump Higher program, you get the benefit of getting faster and stronger without the unwanted affect of added body weight.

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How much higher will I be able to jump?


Typical gains in vertical leaps are 3 inches after two to four weeks of doing the JUMP HIGHER training, and gains of 6 inches after four to eight weeks.
But, remember, everyone is different … different age, height, weight, condition, etc., so every person achieves different results.

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How long should I do the JUMP HIGHER training exercises?


The Jump Higher training program includes a two week training schedule where each exercise in the program is performed twice a week.

After this initial two week period, you are to start recording your progress regarding your jumping height and/or distance.

You should continue doing each exercise twice a week for as long as you continue to see improvement and for as long as you plan to stay competitive in your sport.

This means that even though you may have improved your vertical jumping height by 3 inches in the first two weeks, you should continue on with your training well beyond that. This could be for several months. Certainly there is no reason to stop doing the exercises if you continue to improve.

Even when your progress appears to have hit a plateau, you will want to keep doing the exercises at least once a week to maintain your new jumping height and/or distance.

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Are the JUMP HIGHER training exercises appropriate for a high jumper?


Yes, the exercises in the JUMP HIGHER training program are identical for high jumpers and long jumpers as well.

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Is it best to order the RUN FASTER training program or the JUMP HIGHER training program? Do they both accomplish similar goals? Which do you recommend?


There are ten exercises in each of these two programs. Six of them are the same in both.

The Run Faster program contains four additional and different exercises to help increase your lateral speed and quickness. This is necessary for any sport where side to side motion occurs often such as playing short stop in baseball and playing defense in basketball or football.

The Jump Higher program also contains four additional and different exercises designed to create impressive strength, stability and take off ability through the muscles completely surrounding your calf and ankles.

If you want to buy only one of these programs we suggest you buy the Run Faster program since it has the most practical applications for sports.

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What sport events do the JUMP HIGHER training exercises apply to?


The JUMP HIGHER training program is beneficial to athletes who participate in any sporting event that requires jumping from either a standing or running position … basketball, volleyball, figure skating, and others.

It also helps high jumpers, long jumpers and triple jumpers. It is also a valuable program for running the high and low hurdles.

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