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Increase Vertical Jump With Plyometric Exercises

Plyometric training is beneficial to any athlete that wants to be more athletic and/or explosive.

If you’re willing to commit to doing plyometrics on a consistent basis, you can literally transform yourself from an average Joe to an athletic freak.

Plyometric workouts can work for anyone. It doesn’t matter whether you’re the guy who can’t jump to save his life or the guy who has natural God-given athleticism; you will benefit from plyometric exercises.

At one point and time, people thought that athleticism was either something you were born with or you didn’t have. Fortunately, that is not true. Athleticism can be developed. You can increase your vertical jump and become a great athlete as long as you’re willing to do the necessary exercises consistently and persistently.

Some of the most effective plyometric exercises are, squat jumps, tuck jumps, depth jumps, and one-legged maximum height jumps.

There are many plyometric exercises to choose from but you only need to focus on using a few and then you can add others once your body gets used to the same exercises.

If you’re serious about increasing your vertical jump, you should know by now that you need to incorporate plyometrics into your workouts.

In order to get the most out of your plyometric exercises, you need to combine plyometrics with strength training. You want to strengthen your muscles with the strength training, and then train your muscles to be fast and reactive with the plyometric exercises.

Once you combine the two, you have a winning formula for increasing your vertical jump.