This summer I set myself the ambitious goal to get to know how to sparkle like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. I have a very ambitious goal since Michael and Kobe are one of the best dunkers on the planet's planet, not to mention James Lebron and Vince Carter. I tried to dunk, even if I was 5, because I wanted to share in their success and experience a lot of cheering masses in a gymnasium filled with gymnasium.
First I started analyzing that these NBA professionals are currently not:
1. Height, yes, these guys are taller than me, but I finally found that I could overcome this disadvantage with the following element: [2.945.9003] 2. Elevation that is equivalent to how high you can jump. Here is where you can best be successful and you can work with explosive training.
3. Physics that is closely related to altitude, as leg muscles and joints block the air.
4. Connections: I realized that the joints should be in the best shape. There is no chewing or hurt because they are very important. Seafood, such as shellfish, helps to contain many glucosamine, which is an essential component of the articular fluid.
What I want to highlight is the rise of the 4 components, which is the single most important point and one I worked the most. There was also some time for me to understand that this is not related to basketball at a grassroots level as it is customary to jump higher simply by playing basketball. After finishing this, I set up a basic workout for myself and the two most important parts:
1. Pinch the Weights in the Two Days of the Week
2. Jump on the rope 3 days a week, both in the morning and in the afternoon.
After squat exercises I drink protein shake to complete my daily meals.
On September 27, just when the school started, the windmill and jackhammer were a pretext as a NBA star and they even got to the team of experts.