Paul Goetzinger MPA
Jimmy was one of the developers of the training field called "Plyometrics" which is a series of jumping, skipping, and muscle development exercises, meant to help athletes run faster and jump higher. So, Plyometrics training might be an option for you to consider.
I played basketball for 10 years and ended up being able to touch the rim, but not dunk. My friends who were able to dunk focused on a really specific set of exercises that helps your fast twitch muscles. I would hire a personal trainer or go to a gym that specializes in this type of workout.
I was also playing soccer and running cross-country at the time which really reduced my ability to focus on basketball exercises to improve my fast twitch muscles.
I have lots of friends who were able to accomplish this through intense focus over the course of 1-2 years.
You got this!
Make sure you're stretching those tendons, ligaments, and muscles all over your body every day. This will help you move your joints more freely. Don't forget to add a variety of fun and complex gymnastics moves to your routine. These exercises can really help you improve your body coordination. Remember, your movements should be precise, elegant, strong, and yet, relaxed.
Also, strength training is a key part of this journey. It's best if you can get a strength and conditioning coach to guide you. They can help you plan your workouts and make sure you're doing everything correctly. So, are you ready to jump into action?
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