How to Improve Vertical Jump Using Plyometric Boxes

Plyometric boxes are a must when it comes to learning how to improve vertical jump. Any true vertical jump training program will have plyo boxes. You don’t think Cuban volleyball player Leonel Marshall got a 50 inch vertical jump without using plyometrics boxes do you? Of course not! Volleyball players train with these boxes as do basketball players. If you want to learn how to jump higher in basketball you have to follow a good workout program designed to improve you vertical leap.

The above video is of Brandon Todd, 5’5″ dunking after doing the Jump Manual workout. Wanna learn how to dunk? Click Here to visit the JumpManual.

Plyometric boxes come in all different heights and they are to be used on separate days from strength training. Do not wear weights when doing box jumps, especially not on the ankles. Ankle weights are horrible for your joints and will NOT help you jump any higher.

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