Whether playing basketball at the park every day, or just wanting to improve track and field performance, the addition of a few centimeters to your vertical jump is a way to get an edge on the competition. You can do many exercises with weights to increase your vertical jump, but there are also exercises you can do with common objects to get a jump on the other team. By applying some of these tips every day, you'll soon see gains in your elevator. Things You'll Need: Stairs jump rope list
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1 Perform a deep knee bend starting with your feet shoulder-width apart and your back arched. Crouch down slowly, get fit lower crouch possible without causing pain. Slowly climb back up to a fully upright position. Repeat the process 15 times, and increase the amount of reps as you get stronger.
2 Perform a deep knee bends jump starting in the same position as the deep knee bend. Crouch down slowly, get fit lower crouch possible without causing pain. Jump as quickly as possible, exploding up to the highest point possible, jumping off of the ground. Earth and go directly into the crouch position lower and repeat the jump. Repeat 15 times, and increase the number of repetitions as you get stronger.
3 Perform a tiptoe raise with the feet shoulder width apart. Raise your body so that you are supporting your weight on the tips of the toes, then slowly lower yourself back down upright. Perform this activity between 30 and 50 times.
4 Jump rope on a daily basis, and try to work into your daily routine.
5 stand at the end of a series of stairs, on the first step of the ladder. Look toward the bottom of the stairs. Skip the first step on the ground, then immediately jumps into the air with his arms in the air. Repeat several times, and increase the height of the fall, as you get better.
6 practice jump for the sport for which you train. Jump for basketball, if you are playing basketball, working on jumping movements that go to the basket and try dunking the ball on lower baskets. Practice spiking the ball if you play volleyball, or practice jumping the wall if you play baseball, in this way you will be focused on the same muscles that will be used in a game.