In parts 1 and 2 of this vertical jump series I shared how kettle bells and bands can help you maximize you vertical jump. If you missed be sure to check it out because there is lots of valuable information that will help you or your athletes.
Now if you think that's all there is to it my friend, you've got to think again.
Most people fall into the trap of thinking that the time they spend working out is all it takes. What about the other 22-23 hours in a day?
With that in mind I was able to grill CHEK Practitioner Elliot Hulse who wrote the book Unleash Your Primal Edge and Owns the Institute for Strength & Vitality in Florida. Elliot's unique approach to improving your vertical delves into treating the body as a whole and learning through many unique assessments what you actually need as far as exercises and nutrition goes. Basically Elliot helps you learn if you are hunter (ready to maximize your vertical) or hunted (in need of readiness exercises and diet changes before you can proceed). This was amazing as we forget way too many times that what we do the other 23 hours a day away from the gym is vitally important to our performance. Who has the CHEK method helped over the years? How about that little team that won 6 NBA championships: Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls!
So forget what you are doing in the gym for the moment and think to yourself am I eating right, sleeping right, handling stress and living right so that I can maximize what I do in the gym and on the court. Doing Elliot's assessments will surprise many of you and certainly lead you in the right direction.
f I was to reveal all I learned from 13 of the world's best vertical leap experts it would take you a while to digest as Jump Experts has over 440 pages and 7 hours of audio! To get more free information about the assessments you can use to help you Maximize your Vertical Leaphop on over to JumpExperts today!
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