Increase Vertical Jump

As you know, I take jump training very seriously and many of you have been asking how you can increase vertical jump as fast as possible. If you are new to the site, let me give you a little background of myself and my credentials so you don’t think you are just reading a random site by a stranger.

My name is Cade and my drug of choice is beach volleyball, that is me in the picture jumping 37 inches in 2 feet of sand. I graduated in Exercise Science and I have developed jump programs for athletes in all sports but the most common of them are volleyball and basketball. I was not born a jumper, but I was able to train my body to jump by implementing certain training techniques that I learned over years of studying biomechanics and exercise physiology.

In order to learn how to jump higher you have to be aware of how the body works to a slight degree. The human body responds to any stress put on it by adapting and becoming stronger. If you lift heavy weights at the gym, your muscles will get stronger. If you train properly with plyometric workouts and explosive strength training, you will increase your vertical jump.

The problem is that most people (coaches included) go about jump training in the wrong way and quickly give up after seeing little to no results after months of training. I see this happen all the time and their workouts are very intense. They seem like they would work and they make you extremely fatigued with muscle burn so it confuses people when they don’t end up working.

There are many things that go into making a jump program work, watch this video explaining some important key factors to vertical training.

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