MY PASSWORD DOES NOT WORK
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CAN I DO THE PROGRAM IN SEASON?
This is what the program says:
The BoingVERT Jump System could theoretically be used when an athlete is in-season. However, it may need to be modified slightly to ensure optimal recovery. This is due to the amount of jumping and overall stress that the athlete is likely to endure in both practices as well as during his/her athletic events. In addition, we must remember that the main goal of an in-season training program is to maintain one’s current level of physical prowess due to the nature of the goals of the season.Thus, changes to the overall training scheme (as far as the training goal is concerned) and acute program design variables (exercise choice, volume, intensity, etc.) should take place. Some phases such as the GPP, Force Absorption, and even the Acceleration Phase can be completed to a T as long as the athlete is feeling as though he/she can handle it. We must remember that at all times the working effect/movement pattern for an athlete’s specific jumping tasks are constantly changing. Thus, if the athlete is not performing deliberate and focused work on his/her jumping form and movement execution then different portions of the form/technique will begin to suffer and at the very least become suboptimal (due to movement compensations that will occur when playing and not controlling for specific tendencies). However, it’s important in-season (as it is at anytime really) to keep tabs on one’s self and not do too much. That point is going to be different for everyone based on individuality and one’s current adaptation reserves.All in all, an athlete would rather err on the side of caution in these situations and do less rather than more. That way, his/her body will have the ability to not only adapt and compensate to the stress of the training but also the practices and games he/she is participating in. Thus, we would suggest possibly decreasing the overall workload slightly for most athletes who are in-season. This could be done in either the # of sets that one performs of each exercise or changing the training frequency (possibly dropping a day from the training week which is especially necessary if the athlete is playing in 2-3 games in a week). In addition, we would also drop the use of the Depth Jumps in the Reactive Ability Phase. This exercise is extremely powerful but usually causes too great of neuromuscular stress to adapt properly to the stressors while an athlete is concurrently enduring the demands of a season.
CAN I DO OTHER LEG/UPPER BODY WORKOUTS WITH BOINGVERT?
We do not recommend this. However, if you have to do extra workouts - we recommend that you do mostly upper body work. 🙂
I AM HURT/SICK/TRAVELING AND HAD TO STOP WORKING OUT - WHAT SHOULD I DO?
It is best to go back and redo the week you left off on. If you took more than 2 weeks off, we recommend starting the program over.
I DO NOT SEE THE ACTIVE OR PASSIVE JUMP?
Hello, sorry we are redoing some of the videos:
This is how to do active jump:
The main difference between active and passive jumps is that in the active jumps one is attempting to pull themselves down in the fastest possible active fashion by contracting your hamstrings...in this manner, one will end up going to greater magnitude of knee and hip flexion (meaning, deeper range of motion at those joints). In contrast, in the passive variety, one will actually have a short bounce/hop (watch the demo video closely) and then they will fully relax down into their countermovement. This will elicit a greater stretch reflex response from a neuromuscular standpoint than one ever could in the active state jumping or during many plyometric activities with the exception of altitude drops or depth jumps
And one step is simply, standing but taking one step into the jump 🙂 Basically put your feet together, take one step back and then jump as high as you can!
I BOUGHT THE PROGRAM AND I DON”T KNOW WHERE TO GO (WHERE IS IT!)
Hi! 🙂 Go to BoingVERT.com to login. Use your email nad the password you created. Then go to ANIMAL > PROGRAM > DAY 1
(If you can’t get in this way, let us know we will reset your password :))
WHERE IS MY FREE 3 WEEK PROGRAM?
Sorry you didn’t receive it! Just go to https://BoingVERT.com/free-3-week-program/
HOW MANY INCHES CAN I GAIN IF I USE YOUR PROGRAM?
Average inches gained are 10.3 inches per user. This is based on a survey of users. We can’t guarantee what you will personally gain but we can guarantee BoingVERT will help you reach your highest potential! 🙂 And we are here to help you in any way we possible can! 😉
WHAT’S IN THE PROGRAMS
BoingVERT ANIMAL is a 16 week, 6 phase program that requires no weights! When you buy you also get access to our famous BoingMINIS - which will help you with your Diet and your Motitvation among other things! 😉
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO SEE RESULTS?
Most users start to see results after 3 to 4 weeks, but this varies 🙂
DO THE GUYS IN THE INSTAGRAM VIDEOS USE BoingVERT?
Most them do, yes! But some don’t. But each of them loved BoignVERT and can vouch for the quality of the program 🙂
DOES BOINGTINE WORK?
You can check out the studies on creative at BoingVERT.com/supps - but in short, creative has been shown to improve vertical jumping prowess! 🙂
I AM AN OLDER ATHLETE WILL IT WORK FOR ME?
Hey! We have many older athletes do the program, but their gains are not the same as younger athletes in our experience. We like to think we are the safest program for athletes that are a bit older, but you should also check with your doctor before beginning. Average gains for older users tend to be 5 to 7 inches, but that is not based on a ton of research, just what we've heard!
AM I TOO YOUNG TO START
We recommend a minimum age of 15 - and anyone under 18 years old should get their parent/guardian approval.