Back in Motion introduces you to the best vertical jump training program designed for beginner to intermediate athletes.
We begin with lower intensity exercises and general body-weight exercises to prepare the body for the more intense later weeks.
Our vertical Jump training in Fort Myers is designed using the principles of plyometric and bodyweight strength exercises and calisthenics, therefore, you don’t need access to a gym.
The training period is divided into three phases:
Weeks 1-3: This will be called the prep phase. Workouts involved would be low-intensity plyometrics and core strengthening exercises to prepare the body for the next two phases. Exercises such as planks, squat jumps, superman, hip thrust and more will be involved.
Weeks 4-7: This will be called the power induction phase. Workouts involved would focus on increasing the intensity of the plyometrics and introduce exercises to develop more power. Exercises such as tuck jumps, single-leg deadlift, power skipping and more will be involved.
Weeks 8-10: This will be called the final phase. Workouts involved would focus on teaching to develop the body’s quickness and how to convert the newly acquired power into the highest possible vertical jump. The body is now allowed to use all adaption reserves for achieving explosiveness. Exercises such as depth jump, rim jump, sprints, ankle hops, and more are involved.