3 Scams To Beware Of In Choosing The Best Vertical Program

By Mat Hultquist

When searching for the best vertical program, it can be extremely frustrating because every one of them claims to be the best.

Take a look at the websites of The Jump Manual, Vertical Mastery, the Vertical Bible, and the Vertical Project and I assure you they will claim to be the best vertical program.

If you are ready to buy one of these programs, how do you choose? Our research has shown that there are typically 3 scams to watch out for:

1. Coaching charges - is there coaching with the program that charges you on a monthly basis? Some of the best vertical programs do have monthly coaching that is legitimate. And they typically only cost $10-$12 per month. Nevertheless, be aware of programs that 1) cost an arm and a leg (ones that are upwards of $150 per month) and 2) hide the fact that they have ongoing monthly fees.

It's disgusting, but the fact is that some of the not so best vertical programs charge a monthly fee for coaching and only tell you this in very small print when you buy their product.

2. One size fits all - although not intentionally a scam, you still have to be aware of the "one size fits all" approach to these vertical jumping programs. Would it really make sense that the best vertical program would work the same for someone who is 5'6" vs. someone who is 6'3"?

Most of the vertical jumping programs are designed for mass distribution, so it only makes sense that they would take a one size fits all approach. While convenient for them, it is not an ideal situation for you.

Some vertical jumping programs on the market are software based that design training regimens based on your current skill level, body type, etc. The price of these is the same, if not less than, the programs that are one size fits all. So, wouldn't it make sense to get a program custom designed to you and only you vs. a cookie cutter plan?

3. Outlandish claims - the best vertical programs do not make outlandish claims. How do you tell the outlandish claims from the legitimate ones? You can tell if they make claims like:

- achieve a vertical leap of 50 inches in 1 week (I'm exaggerating, but you get the point)

- you won't have to workout your legs - this is a lie. Any program that says you will not have to squats, calf raises, etc., is just trying to get you to buy their product. A solid vertical jump programs will have you workout your legs.

- Don't follow good eating habits - I have actually seen this before! The truth is that you have to not only eat the right foods, but also eat the right combination of foods to get a sky-high vertical leap.

Follow these guidelines and be wary of the seductive sales pages online trying to sell you the best vertical program. There are some fantastic choices out there that will help you learn how to dunk pretty quickly, you just have to sort through the junk. - 31494

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