Vertical POWER – What Does it Take?
Research has shown that the ground-contact time of an elite one-foot jumper is as short as 0.12 seconds. During this time frame, the athlete has to plant their foot, bend their knee, swing their arms and then extend their hips, knees, and ankles back using almost every muscle in the body – all of this within the blink of an eye!
Power is often confused with strength. But it is not the same thing! In physics, power is defined as the amount of work performed during a certain time frame. Applied to the vertical jump, this means, that you have to be strong, but you also have to be able to use your strength in very quick bursts!
Do you know your strengths and weaknesses when it comes to your vertical jump?
How many inches are you missing out on because of poor jump technique?
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