I have been researching jump training programs. Some are good, some I just don’t understand. Single leg RDL? Bench press? I need "chesticles" to jump high? Not a single stretch or any mob?
There are three things you need to work on to improve your jump over the short term:
2. Fast-twitch fiber recruitment
If you don’t believe me about confidence being huge, one of Waypoint Strength’s great trainers Nathan Shaffer hit the 48” you see in this video. A week ago he spent an hour staring at 42”. Not a single bench press over the last week!
See our post on Facebook for recommended movements and a great plyometric program to improve your jumping ability.