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  • You could try jumping with ankle weights on and when you take them off, you might be able to jump higher.
  • Strengthen your calves and the muscles around your knees. Also, stretch regularly.
  • weights and squats help.
  • Hamstrings, calves, lower back, quadriceps and glute muscles. Studies have shown that the majority of force generated during a vertical jump is generated by these muscles. But there is so much more to increasing your vertical than just strength training. If you are serious about making gains you should use a program designed by Luke Lowrey the World's Undisputed #1 Vertical Leap Expert. It's called “Double Your Vertical Leap: The Professional Vertical Leap Enhancement System” http://doiop.com/VERTICAL .
  • keeep on jumping..

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