Have you seen Andre Iguodala at the 2006 NBA Slam Dunk?
The 24-year-old swingman gave the best dunk in the first round – if not the best of any of the times! He caught Allen Iverson on the back of the glass and flew on the back wall and the rim on the other side.
Even Josh Smith, the 2005 Slam Dunk champion, admitted that the dunk was crazy and he would never try it – even after seeing it ended.
"I came up in a summer, I was in the gym, and this guy said I could not reach one side of the back side, dunk the ball and I did it." – Andre Iguodala
that Iggy has more days spent than 120 LeBron James (108), Josh Smith (108), Vince Carter (86) or Kobe Bryant (59)? ] If you're wondering what the vertical is, the 34.5 inches.
You can now think:
So what? Great for them – but what can I do to improve it vertically?
First you have to work on your general skill. You have to loosen the extra fonts and your feet should be strong enough to take a vertical program.
Go to jogging and use jump jumping three times a week (jogging: minimum 45 minutes 3 times / week, jump: 100 jumps three times a week)
The floating rope is not just an explosion and calf strength, to build endurance and work on the entire leg.
Other, highly effective exercises are calf growth and squatting as they are the most important muscle groups in the jump process.
But do not exaggerate (up to 1 set of 8 reps 2 times / week)!
After 2 or 3 weeks, your feet are prepared for a vertical program.
You can now begin the combination of weight and jumping training.
Weight training gives you strength and jumping training provides you with the speed you need to take your body fast in the air.
Weight training (2 times a week) consists of exercises such as raising calves, squats, but also lung and footprints. Use 2 sets of 10 reps per exercise
Jumping training (2 times a week) consists of exercises such as jump jumps, calves and cycling jumps. Use 2 sets of 15 exercise cycles per second.
Try each week to measure your vertical position and provide nutrition. Get fat stuff and try to eat a little less than usual – especially at dinner.
If you really care about vertical correction and find a good vertical program, then I definitely recommend Go Up Strong, this will give you all the things you need to improve it vertically.
Many people think they can learn two weeks or less. It's nonsense! It is worth noticing each week progress, the most important events (maybe you can tap a tennis ball) and motivation ends.