How to Jump Higher Easy steps


Learn to Jump Higher
If you want to learn how to jump higher, you came to the right place. Below are easy steps that will help you understand the process as well as have a general idea about the topic. But before starting with the steps, you need to know the basic concepts about jump higher. Jumping or leaping is a form of locomotion or movement in which an organism or non-living (e.g., robotic) mechanical system propels itself through the air along a ballistic trajectory. Jumping can be distinguished from running, galloping and other gaits in which the entire body is temporarily airborne by the relatively long duration of the aerial phase and high angle of initial launch.

  1. Before starting the exercises, warm up your muscles. Stretch properly, and jog around for a few minutes.
  2. By using jumping rope it will definitely helps your conditioning
  3. Running up and down stairs for a while is very useful as a warmup, or a full exercise. Don't do too much or else you may wear our your legs. Use it as a quick warmup, or a full exercise.
  4. Lose weight. Less mass to propel into the air means you can jump higher than normally.
  5. Try to build some base strength. Jumping higher is a demanding activity and your ability to do it will improve if your muscles are stronger. You may need to follow some relevant exercises, in order of importance: Toe Exercises, Calf Raises, Squats, Transverse abdominal exercises, Dorsi-Flexor Exercises, Hip Flexor Exercises, Upper Body Exercises and finally Abdominal Exercises.
  6. Improving your flexibility it's very important. By jumping over a hurdle a lot of times, it will help you to be able to swing your leading leg wherever you want it to go so that you can maximize the momentum of your jump. You will get an advantage if you can bring your leg a little higher than the person next to you. Also, The best jumpers have 3:2 strength ratio between their quadriceps and hamstrings, respectively. If you're not flexible, you tend to develop an imbalance of strength that will limit your ability to jump. Stretch regularly so you can increase and maintain flexibility in your ankles, knees, and hips.
  7. Toe Raises - Stand regularly, then raise up onto the tips of your toes. Lower back down. Don't just rock up and down, do it slowly (not too slowly) but steadily. Repeat 30-50 times.
  8. Improve the explosiveness of the movements important to jumping through plyometrics.
  9. Get into position. Your hips should be flexed at 30 degrees, knees bent 60 degrees, ankles flexed 25 degrees in order to generate the most power without injuring your knees.
    You should be careful that your knees don't point inwards in a "knock knee" position; they have to be positioned over the second toe, and you need to have your arms at your sides.
  10. Now, push your body up with your legs, springing off the balls of your feet. Simultaneously do the following:
    Swing your hands up into the air, towards the ceiling, for additional momentum;Breathe out when
    you're doing the motion (like when you lift weights)
  11. When you are landing on the balls of your feet then "roll" onto your heels. Upon impact, bend your knees to absorb the shock.
Practice makes perfect,, don't hesistate to practice to achieve the desired goal. Try to combine the steps above with the video below in order to obtain the most information about how to jump higher.

How to Jump Higher Video
Below is also a video to help you learn how to Jump Higher.

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