Hey everyone, Alex here. Today I am going to give you a review of a product that I recently tried out, named The Jump Manual. As a semi-casual lifelong basketball player, I am always looking for new ways to boost my jumping ability. I have seen and tried nearly everything in my years as a personal trainer.
The Jump Manual, developed by Jacob W. Hiller, promises to add at least ten inches to your vertical leap in three months. As a trainer I am always hearing about the latest and greatest programs that are supposed to miraculously help you add feet to your vertical leap.
With outdoor basketball league gearing up for me in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, I decided to give this program a shot for myself. I read through some of the testimonials on the website. There were numerous customers that had gained over 24 inches (that is a whopping two feet!) in vertical.
While I wasn’t expecting to achieve gains like that, I figured if I got ten inches on my vertical (when I started the program it was 35″) I would be more than happy.
So What is The Jump Manual?
The actual program is a series of training videos, an eBook, diet plan, and workout program charts. In other words, The Jump Manual goes out of its way to not leave anything out. I can appreciate this about The Jump Manual; many other fad programs will only focus on one area of your training.
What I Liked About The Jump Manual
The program is based on pure science. The research that is mentioned is cited and I verified a couple of them simply to make sure. There is comfort in knowing that the Jump Manual is based on proven, verifiable science.
The Jump Manual is especially effective because it targets nine different aspects of improving your vertical. I love this part. I’m a strong believer in having variety (in my workouts and even those who I work with) to achieve maximum gains in a minimum amount of time.
It comes with a comprehensive diet plan that is newbie-friendly. There was nothing particularly ground-breaking in the diet. The plan is easily to follow, and is by no means a crash diet.
The workout regimen can be done at home or at the gym, whichever you are most comfortable with.
Lots of video! This was a huge plus in my books. Drawings never do an exercise or move justice. There is no confusion when you can see precisely how to do the exercises. Besides, it is 2011– there’s not really an excuse to make a workout program and not have video.
John Moran, an American professional volleyball player strongly endorses the use of this product.
The program is backed by a sixty-day money back guarantee. No risk.
So How Did I Do Using This Program?
After using the program for seven weeks I tested my leap three times and averaged out at 43 inches. Which meant that in less than two months I had gained an astonishing seven inches.
Needless to say I turned some heads the next time I played with my friends. I used to have a hard time dunking from a dead stop, but now I can do it two-handed no problem. Precisely the type of results I was looking for.
If you are serious about dramatically increasing your vertical leap, the Jump Manual will get you there. There is no risk to ordering with The Jump Manual’s 60-day money back guarantee.
To your fitness success,