Performing jumping exercises on a regular basis can help you make jump higher and higher. Go through the article and explore the exercises that are formulated to increase the vertical jump.

Jumping Exercises

While the fat-burning exercises will make you lean, the jumping exercises will increase your vertical jump and help you achieve the much desired tall athletic stance. One of the prime reasons behind the tall height of basket ball players is that they perform jumping exercises regularly. In order to perform such exercises, you need to stretch yourself, jog around for a few minutes or run upstairs and down, and then proceed. Given below is complete information about the best exercises that can make you jump higher.  
Vertical Leap Exercises
Deep Knee Bends
Bend your knees slowly while on a standing position. Make sure that your back is straight when you are bending your knees. Now, crouch down as low as possible. Rise back in a slow motion. Repeat the exercise ten times.
Deep Knee Bend Jumps
While in a standing position, with your back straight, bend your knees and crouch down as low as possible. This time, do it a bit quickly. Get back to the original position swiftly. Repeat the exercise 15 times to increase your vertical jump.
Toe Raises
Stand in a straight position and then rise up onto the tips of your toes. Bring your lower back down, in a slow manner. Do it slowly. Repeat the exercise 30 times.
Toe-Raise Using Weights
A variation to the standard toe-raise is the use of weights. Perform the exercise by holding weights. Raise your toes up, when you are holding the weights. To begin with, make use of small weights, weighing about 5 pounds.
Stomach Crunches
To perform stomach crunches, you need to lie on your back. Now, by keeping your back straight, rise up by lifting your shoulders off the ground. Make use of ab muscles for the purpose. Hold this position for a few seconds. Do this exercise daily for about 10 minutes, if you want to increase your vertical jump.
Squat Jump
Stand in a straight position, with your feet slightly more than a shoulder-width apart from each other. Now, place your fingers laced behind your head. Bend at your knees. Lower yourself slowly, until the thighs are parallel to the ground. Holding this position, jump as high as you can. Perform the next squat without taking a break. Repeat the exercise daily, for about 5 minutes, for better results.
Tuck Jump
By standing in a straight position, place your feet shoulder-width apart from each other. Bend your knees a little bit, gently. Now, jump straight, as high as you can. Do this by bringing your knees towards your chest. Bend you knees slightly and land on the balls of your feet. Repeat the exercise ten times.

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