Kobe Dunks of Nash or how to increase the vertical jump

Have you seen Kobe Bryant Dunk at Steve Nash in the 2006 Playoff? The KB24 game was great! It's over the zone. By the way, Kobe aka Black Mamba is a 38 "vertical!

Now – if you want to know how to increase your vertical, there is one thing you should recognize at the beginning: jumping is not about genes and how much You are able to learn how to jump and learn dunk – even if you're 5 and # 39; 19659002 So, what can you do to improve the vertical jump? Research has shown that weight and weight If you are fit enough and your legs are already strong, you can try these weight exercises twice a week (eg Monday and Thursday):

1. Squats – 3 sets x 10
2. Footprint – 3 sets x 10
Sets – 2 sets x 20
4. Lunges – 3 sets x 10

(twice a week, ie Tuesdays and Fridays):

1. Squat Jumps – 2 sets x 45
2. Jump Jumping – 2 sets x 30
3. Depth jumps – 2 sets x 15
4. Box jumps – 2 sets x 20
– 3 sets x 4

For more workouts, simply try a vertical jumping program – it's worth it! I personally recommend the "Jump Manual".

Here's what the 2007 NBA Slam Dunk champion, Gerald Green, wants to say:
"If you try to glide, you will not get your footwork, you will not accelerate or slip as far as you can you just want to peak at the height of the peak