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Re: Air alert (knee alert?)
« Reply #30 on: July 23, 2011, 11:54:31 am »
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thanks for schooling me, i sincerely appreciate it. i had no clue it was a beginner's improvement which i had experienced. since im just starting up again i'm gonna make sure my weight training includes more focused routines like explosive squats and what not. if i had the cash for another recommended jump program i'd use it. all i got is air alert and weightlifting for now.
by the way, i've seen ALL your youtube vids, very inspiring. thnx
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You don't need to spend money on a jump program bro.  There can not be 1 specific broad program that is sold to the public that works, because everyone has different needs.  Air Alert fuckin sucks anyways.  Throw that shit away.  Weight train/do a lot of jumping/after some good strength gains do some plyo's/ Stay in good shape. End.
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Re: Air alert (knee alert?)
« Reply #31 on: July 23, 2011, 06:41:50 pm »
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i've learned so much on this site (Adarq's) that i now know i dont have to spend cash on a program. i wont be throwing air alert away (paid money for it), but i will be making a workout regimen based on this site's knowledge and youtube.

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Re: Air alert (knee alert?)
« Reply #32 on: September 03, 2011, 05:49:00 pm »
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ankle alert for me. did 3 years ago or smth like that. i was pretty fat back then, and gained something but only because i lost a lot of weight in those 3 months ( air alert II ) i have ankle pain after effort every single time, but i don't know if AA is to blame, anyway, waste of time..