Jump Matrix for Basketball

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Published on 03/22/2012 by

Here is a basic multi-directional jump series we do with a light medicine ball. It can be used as part of the warm-up or incorporated into the actual workout. It’s a great way to increase your bounce, strengthen your core, and improve your balance! Special thanks to David Adkins and Kyle Tarp of the University of Maryland for sharing some of these moves! Thanks for watching! .

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10 comments

  • Bryan Kitaoka 9 years ago

    How many sets & reps would you recommend doing of each exercise if used in
    a warmup?

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    That is something YOU need to figure out! No 'right' answer... depends on
    many variables...

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  • Vincent Renardi Linaksana (Vince) 9 years ago

    Mann I thought I you gave me tons of workout modules already yet they keep
    coming! I'm having a hard time choosing which one should I do haha

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    Ha! Glad you like. We appreciate your support :)

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  • Bobby Gilmore 9 years ago

    Hey coach! I got your M.V.P. program and i had a question. After the first
    day, I am fairly sore. If this continues to tomorrow, when I would be doing
    the second workout, should I still try to go 100 percent? The only reason
    I'm asking is it seems like it would hold me from doing as well as I can.
    thanks! 

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    Thanks for your message. Yes, I would recommend you workout 48-72 hours
    later... even if you are a little bit sore. The soreness will go away as
    you get acclimated to the program. Keep me posted!

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  • ma gh 9 years ago

    I do this with my coach and it is so tiring mannnnn

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  • Pure Sweat Basketball 9 years ago

    Yes it is! Yet very purposeful! 

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  • PhoenixSuns NZ 5 years ago

    There are a lot of programs out there to help vertical jump. Living in New
    Zealand it's hard to get them sent here. If I was to follow this jump
    matrix would it be enough to help improve my leap? Also how often should I
    do it to see some results in a few months? 2 or 3 times a day? Any help
    would be appreciated.

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  • FaZe ghost 5 years ago

    not even a matrix jump

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