The Anatomy of Basketball and the Vertical Jump

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  1. Ive been playin ball for about 10 years now, and found your site from twitter. I just subscribed to your RSS and Email newsletter. Good shit bruh
    The Rodney Berry

  2. #Glutes
    I do jump squats and lunges every day first thing in the morning when I wake up! I have an impressive vertical and can dunk easily at 6’0. I think it has something to do with this. What do you think?

  3. “Overuse injuries occur when a particular area is put under prolonged stress and becomes damaged in the process” This is an overlooked aspect in sports if you ask me. I had shin splints last year and kept training and working out through the pain rather than sitting out a couple of days with some ice to help my leg heal, my shin splints eventually turned into stress fractures because of this. It’s really important to listen to your body and recognize when something isn’t quite right and might require some attention or at the very least a little TLC. I like the post Daivd
    Troy

  4. Hiya very nice blog!! Guy .. Beautiful .. Superb .. I’ll bookmark your website and subscribe! Thank you for sharing!

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  1. This is my 2 cents

    I saw this really good post today, ;P and just wanted to say that you should start posting more as you clearly know what you talking about. Thats all

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