There is no doubt that the two best vertical jump training programs on the internet are the Jump Manual and the Jump Mentor. They were both created by jump gurus and they both have a money back guarantee, but which one is the best jump program?
The Jump Manual was created by Jacob Hiller and costs $67.00 with the option to pay $10.00 a month to be a member of his jumping forum. The promise of the Jump Manual is 10 inches in 12 weeks. Now obviously that is not going to be the case if you are already jumping 40 inches high. But it’s an average of people that have used the system.
The Jump Mentor was created by Cade Orvin and costs a flat $37.00. The main promise of the jump mentor is about 3/4 to an 1 inch each week of proper jump training. So the results promised are pretty much equal for both jump programs.
So what do you do if you want to jump higher? Do you pay the extra $40 dollars for the Jump Manual or do you trust the Jump Mentor? Well, that decision is entirely up to you, each program has it’s pros and cons but I have tried both and I got results from both. Neither are the most visually pleasing, but then again you are paying for a workout that teaches you how to jump higher and not for eye candy. I believe that you would pleased with either product and both Jacob and Cade are genuine in their desire to help you learn how to jump higher. They both responded to my emails within 48 hours and they answered any and all questions I had for them. They are both very knowledgeable on the subject of jump training and you are seriously in good hands with either product.