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The Secret to an Explosive Jump

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

If you happen to be a devoted athlete or maybe you just want to improve your overall performance, there is this one book that would benefit you immensely and that is Jacob Hiller’s Jump Manual. It is a book that will teach you the fundamentals of how to jump higher and dunk. The designer and creator of the program is so confident that his program will work that if in case it does not, he guarantees you will get twice your money back. So, who is this Jacob Hiller and what knowledge can you gain from him? Here is a quick review about the author and his principles.

The author is a professional coach that has trained thousands of athletes all over the world. He is well respected and is actually considered one of the best vertical jump trainers of this age. The aim of his manual is to empower all the muscles in your body that is required when you jump and in the process improve your jumping ability to its maximum potential. One fine advantage of this manual is that it focuses on all the aspects of what is referred to as the vertical explosion. It will not only teach you regarding what particular muscle groups to improve, it will also teach you what are the right foods to consume which will help you not just to increase your vertical, but to improve your overall game as well.

The manual is also based on particular principles and practices. The author states that the main reason as to why a lot of people fail at increasing their vertical leap is because they lack adequate determination. He will then challenge the reader to continuously follow the program, so that he or she can reap and enjoy the benefits in the end. The book will also provide you with nutritional advices and will explain how balance, flexibility, and agility can help you to be able to jump higher.


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