Air Alert: The Complete Vertical Jump Program
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Air Alert: The Complete Vertical Jump Program is an amazing jump training program produced by TMT Sports that helps athletes jump 8 to 14 inches higher over a 15 week period. The training progra contains a high quality DVD tutorial on how to jump higher, a 39 page jump training manual, workout and advanced workout charts and measurement charts for recording your progress. The program is recommended for athletes 11 years and older and guarantees that any athlete following the program will jump higher and improve his total game.
The program is based on a unique principle of Habitual Jump Training which utilizes 6 specifically designed jumping exercises that help the legs muscles develop the ability to jump instinctually. Once trained, the legs behave almost "Kanagaroo Like" and the ability to jump higher becomes effortless.
Air Alert has become one of the most popular training programs on the market and is truly a must for any athlete wishing to elevate his game to another level.
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If you look at the "studies" that Air Alert has conducted you will notice that the participants are under 15 years old. Any athlete that young will notice an increase in his vertical by simply growing and becoming naturally stronger. That's how garbage programs like this can claim some sort of success. You can see some results from Air Alert but that's likely due to not being a trained athlete (anything is better than nothing. The point is, if you follow Air Alert to the tee you will not see great results or at least not the results you could from a program that has sound principles. It's also worth noting that the high volume of jumps can be a danger on your joints.
To summarize, to jump higher you must have a strong base of strength, (think squats) and express that strength in explosive and reactive ways (plyometrics and hang cleans for example). Air Alert fails at both ends.
I have used Air Alert and saw minimal gains. I switched over to the Jump Manual and have seen great results. I have also read and would recommend the Vertical Jump Bible or a free site, called "Free to Fly" [...]. I point out that the creators of Jump Manual, Vertical Jump Development Bible and Free to Fly all have pictures and/or videos of them dunking whereas the creator of Air Alert, Timur Tukel, has a bio talking about how he wants to sell this jump program to your kids.
Jumping around all day three times a week won't help you dunk a ball. Strengthening your legs and expressing that strength will. Don't waste 15 weeks of your life on this.