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Re: get a 40" vert with this secret
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2010, 11:33:56 pm »
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haha the only picture of the guy is him with a helmet an a ear/radio thing like he's going flying

he doesn't really post his own info though, just takes interviews from guys like Kb, jacob hiller, etc and puts them on so it's not too bad a site

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Re: get a 40" vert with this secret
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2010, 11:41:15 pm »
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hah, forgot about this..

typical bs'r.

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Re: get a 40" vert with this secret
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2010, 11:46:11 pm »
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yup, check out my youtube i replied to your comment

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Re: get a 40" vert with this secret
« Reply #4 on: April 03, 2010, 11:03:03 pm »
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i subscribed to dan o.   i owned him so bad on one of his emails

here's his email:

I recently came across a very DISTURBING fact that made me re-think
about what is really important for success in sports.

Did you know that the average vertical jump for NBA players is only
28 inches?

It's true, and the average NFL player's vertical jump is not much
higher either.

Although a great vert helps, these facts PROVE that you don't need
a great vertical jump to make it to the pros.

So, what is the most important factor for success in sports?

After thinking about this for days, I believe that STRENGTH is one
of the most important success factors.

If you pay close attention, you will notice that most NBA, NFL, and
other pro athletes are RIDICULOUSLY strong.

They are all MUSCULAR, ripped, and have amazing strength.

The big difference that separates high school and college athletes
from pro athletes is STRENGTH/POWER, not vertical jump.

So, if you want to play your sport at the highest level, you need
to improve your strength.

My friend Vince Delmonte is the 'go-to-guy' in the entire world
when it comes to building new muscle and strength.

He has just written a brand new free report that will show you
exactly how to bust through your plateaus and gain new muscle and strength.

The report is called "The 12 Untapped Targets To Ignite New Muscle Gains"

There is no catch except that the report is coming down in 48-hours.

« Last Edit: April 03, 2010, 11:29:49 pm by zginphil »
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Re: get a 40" vert with this secret
« Reply #5 on: April 03, 2010, 11:32:37 pm »
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my reply:
Hey Dan O. Those NBA verticals, are standing verticals. Almost everybody on the internet who talks about their vertical is referring to their running vertical jump, not their standing. While the average is 28-30 inches standing, the running vert is a more than respectable 35 among guards. Also, the average nba player is about 6ft 7, so that would be a reach of give or take 8 ft 6inches. Even if they are getting 28 inches, thats a touch of 10 ft 10 inches standing. With the average running vert of 35, thats a touch of 11ft 3 inches. Thats the AVERAGE!!

"The big difference between high school and pro players is strength, not vertical"
How many high school players get 15 inches over the rim? Not many.

"If you pay close attention, you will notice that most NBA, NFL, and
other pro athletes are RIDICULOUSLY strong. They are all MUSCULAR, ripped, and have amazing strength."

^^^ does that include eddy curry?

source-  www.draftexpress.com

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Re: get a 40" vert with this secret
« Reply #6 on: April 04, 2010, 12:49:00 am »
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nice... if the avg vert is low among nba, then how could they be ridiculously strong/ripped etc..

i think he fucked himself in the ass there.



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After thinking about this for days, I believe that STRENGTH is one
of the most important success factors.

If you pay close attention, you will notice that most NBA, NFL, and
other pro athletes are RIDICULOUSLY strong.

how could the avg vert be low, then you think strength is the key, yet nba players are ridiculously strong, yet they have low verts?

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Re: get a 40" vert with this secret
« Reply #7 on: April 06, 2010, 08:22:53 pm »
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NBA players are weak as shit. Look at the 185 bench test. NFL players get double the amount of reps on 225.
They look "ripped" because of low bodyfat and black skin.

If their trainers stopped being pussies with the functional shit, they probably have the genetics to get pretty big. Part of the reason lebron is unstoppable is because of his size (which would be a small nfl player)
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