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Re: highest running vertical ever?
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2010, 07:03:53 pm »
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Man, come on genetics, that makes me wanna give up, can u imagine being able to 50+ naturally and just use it every day whenever you wanted.  :'(
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« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2010, 09:40:06 pm »
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was that a legit jump, cause the video is gone

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« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2010, 10:00:12 pm »
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just a thought, maybe he had a fluke moment..I had some insane jumps when i am super relaxed, like 5-10inches more than normal jump due to being unnaturally calm for no cause

idk who that is though...if he has a high vertical already, disregard this post
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« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2010, 10:04:22 pm »
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just a thought, maybe he had a fluke moment..I had some insane jumps when i am super relaxed, like 5-10inches more than normal jump due to being unnaturally calm for no cause

5-10 inches???  :o

I've had that with ~2-3 inches but a 10 inch increase out of the blue from being relaxed.



I'm not attcking you BMully, everyone is different and i just felt like posting the pic  :P
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« Reply #5 on: September 24, 2010, 03:26:41 am »
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hahaha , awesome , i wanted to post that too , that dunk was epic! :D
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« Reply #6 on: September 24, 2010, 03:55:43 am »
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« Reply #7 on: September 24, 2010, 06:47:06 pm »
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just a thought, maybe he had a fluke moment..I had some insane jumps when i am super relaxed, like 5-10inches more than normal jump due to being unnaturally calm for no cause

5-10 inches???  :o

I've had that with ~2-3 inches but a 10 inch increase out of the blue from being relaxed.



I'm not attcking you BMully, everyone is different and i just felt like posting the pic  :P

i don't lie, i got super relaxed in a game and almost dunked with 2 hands, head was heigh as hell, this was 8th grade

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Re: highest running vertical ever?
« Reply #8 on: September 28, 2010, 03:06:54 pm »
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just a thought, maybe he had a fluke moment..I had some insane jumps when i am super relaxed, like 5-10inches more than normal jump due to being unnaturally calm for no cause

5-10 inches???  :o

I've had that with ~2-3 inches but a 10 inch increase out of the blue from being relaxed.



I'm not attcking you BMully, everyone is different and i just felt like posting the pic  :P

i don't lie, i got super relaxed in a game and almost dunked with 2 hands, head was heigh as hell, this was 8th grade

Yes yes. And I won Mr Olympia. It was just a fluke. Im back to fat now again.

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« Reply #9 on: September 28, 2010, 09:35:14 pm »
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just a thought, maybe he had a fluke moment..I had some insane jumps when i am super relaxed, like 5-10inches more than normal jump due to being unnaturally calm for no cause

5-10 inches???  :o

I've had that with ~2-3 inches but a 10 inch increase out of the blue from being relaxed.



I'm not attcking you BMully, everyone is different and i just felt like posting the pic  :P

i don't lie, i got super relaxed in a game and almost dunked with 2 hands, head was heigh as hell, this was 8th grade

Yes yes. And I won Mr Olympia. It was just a fluke. Im back to fat now again.

that is a physical change, not possible to do just like that..in times of extreme pressure or extreme relaxation, people can get super human abilities..that is how i grabbed rim as 13year old who could only normally get half way up, this one jump i got rim, then it took a while before i got it legit everytime...the cns is responsible for strength and power, we develope it to allow more, but it is always capable of that power

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« Reply #10 on: September 28, 2010, 10:12:49 pm »
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just a thought, maybe he had a fluke moment..I had some insane jumps when i am super relaxed, like 5-10inches more than normal jump due to being unnaturally calm for no cause

5-10 inches???  :o

I've had that with ~2-3 inches but a 10 inch increase out of the blue from being relaxed.



I'm not attcking you BMully, everyone is different and i just felt like posting the pic  :P

i don't lie, i got super relaxed in a game and almost dunked with 2 hands, head was heigh as hell, this was 8th grade

Yes yes. And I won Mr Olympia. It was just a fluke. Im back to fat now again.

that is a physical change, not possible to do just like that..in times of extreme pressure or extreme relaxation, people can get super human abilities..that is how i grabbed rim as 13year old who could only normally get half way up, this one jump i got rim, then it took a while before i got it legit everytime...the cns is responsible for strength and power, we develope it to allow more, but it is always capable of that power

ya bmully is definitely right about a substantial performance increase, verkhoshansky referred to it as the 'innate (protected) reserves'.. in which access to that strength/force output is restricted, but through years of proper/aggressive training, athletes can keep improving how much they can tap into it at their own will.. i mean, i remember i was jumping shitty say 5 months ago, then that cop pulls me over, and i jumped like 3" higher after alot of fatigue, that wasn't even life or death, but that small adrenaline response/heightened cns arousal lead to some gains..

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« Reply #11 on: September 28, 2010, 11:19:58 pm »
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Well, the vid works again now, and the guy who's holding his arms up there pushed the guy up. Oh well.
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Re: highest running vertical ever?
« Reply #12 on: September 28, 2010, 11:21:31 pm »
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Well, the vid works again now, and the guy who's holding his arms up there pushed the guy up. Oh well.

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Re: highest running vertical ever?
« Reply #13 on: September 29, 2010, 12:55:45 am »
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just a thought, maybe he had a fluke moment..I had some insane jumps when i am super relaxed, like 5-10inches more than normal jump due to being unnaturally calm for no cause

5-10 inches???  :o

I've had that with ~2-3 inches but a 10 inch increase out of the blue from being relaxed.



I'm not attcking you BMully, everyone is different and i just felt like posting the pic  :P

i don't lie, i got super relaxed in a game and almost dunked with 2 hands, head was heigh as hell, this was 8th grade

Yes yes. And I won Mr Olympia. It was just a fluke. Im back to fat now again.

that is a physical change, not possible to do just like that..in times of extreme pressure or extreme relaxation, people can get super human abilities..that is how i grabbed rim as 13year old who could only normally get half way up, this one jump i got rim, then it took a while before i got it legit everytime...the cns is responsible for strength and power, we develope it to allow more, but it is always capable of that power

ya bmully is definitely right about a substantial performance increase, verkhoshansky referred to it as the 'innate (protected) reserves'.. in which access to that strength/force output is restricted, but through years of proper/aggressive training, athletes can keep improving how much they can tap into it at their own will.. i mean, i remember i was jumping shitty say 5 months ago, then that cop pulls me over, and i jumped like 3" higher after alot of fatigue, that wasn't even life or death, but that small adrenaline response/heightened cns arousal lead to some gains..

level-7 = PR city.


True. But claiming a 10" sudden increase is idiotic. Thats like when Rip claimed that crazy crazy sprint time because he saw a spider or something like that. Actually I dont remember if it was Rip, but someone did claim to run a crazy time, faster than world record speed.

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« Reply #14 on: September 29, 2010, 12:57:07 am »
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Well, the vid works again now, and the guy who's holding his arms up there pushed the guy up. Oh well.

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Thats a good term.