Jumping Higher Even If You Are Lazy and Short!

This is going to be a short article but recently I was considering a thing someone who just talked to me told me. They asked “If I’m lazy and short…how can I learn How To Dunk?”

I was taken aback because I’ve heard the “short” part before but rarely do people ask if they are “lazy” whether they can jump higher.

So I really had to think since naturally I’m a go getter and love to work hard at things. I first pointed him to this video as a start:

That nailed the basics down of what he had to do to get stronger legs. But, I continued to show him more resources like other articles and videos that my help him.

I am personally totally self-taught, that’s how I learned to dunk. So anyway, the real point of this post is to be resourceful…don’t be “lazy” when you start, only when you have the results you want.

From there it is smooth cruising and your vertical jump will continue to slowly increase!

Learn To Train Your Vertical Jump The Right Way

I’ve been thinking about increasing vertical jump for a while and how I can make this blog as helpful as possible for you all.

And I realized that the biggest thing I can advise you all on is to learn how to train vertical jump the right way.

There is a lot of bad information out there and it is very important that you teach yourself the right skills so that you can train your abilities to jump higher while keeping your knees healthy

Here is an amazing video I found on some mistakes beginners make from YouTube that I really resonated with:

You have got to avoid these mistakes when training your vertical jump.

It is very important that you find a blog like this or that person’s that will teach you how to jump higher without misleading you.

Always learn from experience and not someone who has thought about what you want to do.

To fully demonstrate this here is the same guy talking about how he did a jump program for a year, here it is:

This is what it takes folks.

It takes a lot of determination, a will to NEVER give up, and a lot of time.

If you stay dedicated it is inevitable that you will do well and increase your vertical jump learning how to dunk while you are at it.

I also have tried the Jump Manual and I think it is the best dunk training out there by far.

You don’t have to buy a jump program though…

They can be expensive but they do save a lot of trial and error time

You can build your own vertical jump workout without spending a dime people!

Just know that “not knowing” what to do shouldn’t be a barrier to you succeeding and learning how to jump higher.

With that being said, that’s all I have time for, wish you the best of luck in your vertical jumping adventures!