You think players like Michael Jordan and Allen Iverson just effortlessly jump higher than their friends? Surely they have basic skills and power, but don't believe for a minute they do not work tirelessly, too. And players at that position don't throw away their effort with uncertain, inadequate workout routines.
Have a look, a serious check out your own workout program. Are you training in the fitness center? Great, that's necessary. But are you performing all of the right muscle tissues? Many inexperienced sports athletes fail to work highly involved muscle groups that have been left untapped by many vertical jump training programs. If you're like most basketball players you're working your quads, your glutes and your abs. You might have a nice six pack going. But what about your transverse abdominal wall? These are deep core muscles that are every bit as important if you want to increase your vertical jumps.