BoingVert is a very interesting jump program, for a number of reasons. Firstly, there seems to be a number of people on social media claiming that they have been able to jump higher with the help of the program. However, there is very little information available online to verify their stories or even to gain an understanding of what the BoingVert program is all about. In addition to this the BoingVert website is terribly designed and a nightmare to navigate. To finally set the record straight on this "mysterious" program I purchased a copy of BoingVert and put it to the test.
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We are regularly asked for our opinion on this program from our readers who have seen these adds online. The most common questions we get are "Does BoingVert work? Up until this point, the team here at B. F have not been able to answer any questions related to this program. However we were intrigued by the "cult" following of BoingVert and wanted to learn more. We therefore decided to undertake a huge BoingVert review to get to the bottom of what this program is all about and to share the findings with our community.
Let me show you exactly what BoingVert is all about The marketing behind the program seems to lack the transparency that has made popular programs like the all-time best seller The Jump Manual , a very well respected name in the vertical jump industry. I visited the official BoingVert website in the hope to gain a greater insight into the contents and quality of the Boingvert program It is recommended that you do the bodyweight "Animal" plyometric program first followed by the weightlifting based "Monster"program.
These programs can either be purchased separately or as a package see below. When comparing the website presentation to leading jump programs, the BoingVert website design is definitely a B grade at best. If you hate reading instructions and would prefer simple guides and video definitely consider this option.
The BoingVert message seems scattered, and unorganized. The link between the two BoingVert components is difficult to understand without some serious reading. Setting aside a couple of days to get your head around this program is probably a good idea if you do decide to buy it. The information provided in BoingVert is great science based content that will get you results if correctly applied. Hopefully, in the future the creators of BoingVert will make this program more intuitive and engaging.
Once the creators figure this out I think it will be able to compete with the best jump programs available. For those of you who want to get in the gym and throw around some heavy weights in hope of becoming a better all-round athlete then this is a great program for you.
A strong emphasis is placed on developing stability around the hip, knee and ankle joints. Vertical Jump Mastery: In this phase Shawn Myzska helps you develop correct motor patterns for jumping. Completing the set exercises will help you body to better co-ordinate muscle activation patterns upon take-off. Force Absorption: If you have read our super popular Vert Shock review you would know that the secret to jumping higher is all about absorbing force and creating force.
Correct absorption of force can also assist in reducing the likelihood of injury while undertaking plyometric exercises. So be sure to listen up to Shawns tips! Jump Acceleration: This phase further elaborates on the previous 2 phases and essentially helps you produce more force in your jump by better converting horizontal momentum into vertical force. Reactive Emphasis: This phase of the program starts to incorporate some heavy plyo work. Here you will work on optimizing the stretch shortening cycle and maximizing motor unit recruitment.
Jump Technique Otimization: This phase further elaborates on the initial vertical jump mastery component. By this stage of the program you should be more explosive and ready to perfect your form to get the most out of your gains.
Be prepared to train for around times per week when undertaking BoingVert Animal. This routine can be very taxing as it has quite a high volume and intensity of set exercises. Here is a sample of the first day of the program. There is some really great information in here on jump techniques and training methodology. I really liked the fact that Shawn Myzska also covered topics such as landing, footwear and technique. These are often important factors that are often overlooked in popular jump programs.
Other programs tend to make videos to watch that cover this sort of "dry" informational content. I think that BoingVert should look at incorporating this into their future versions if they want to compete with the best jump programs in the industry. The plyometric training used in BoingVert are similar to the proven "shock" methods utilized in the effective and cheaper Vert Shock program. BoingVert Monster Review As you probably already know, strength training for basketball players can take your game to the next level faster than almost any other form of training.
BoingVert Monster is the strength training component of BoingVert. Monster is designed to be completed after you have built an explosive foundation with Animal. This is the most intense phase of the Monster program, but is also the phase that will take your jump to the next level. Max power: This phase is the icing on the cake. It further enhances power and explosiveness by changing up the volume and load of exercises while also introducing some new exercises to follow.
He is a very knowledgeable and experienced vertical jump trainer. While undertaking our BoingVert review we discovered that Shawn established the program back in Shawn has been an NSCA certified strength and conditioning coach since He currently runs his own performance enhancement facility in Washington. Shawn shares the same training tips that he uses with pro athletes in his BoingVert program. Unfortunately Shawn Myzska did not engage my attention and inspire me like Adam Folker and Chris Barnard did in the video components of their programs.
This is just my personal opinion. You guys may prefer the more clinical presentation. Unfortunately, the 2 creators failed to blend their work together, therefor leaving what seems to be a scattered an unpolished jump program. However, I must admit that these bonus gifts are no where near as generous as the ones provided with leading programs such as Vert Shock and The Jump Manual.
Unfortunately the additional diet information is very simple. Just a few tips of what to eat to get lean and a sample diet that consists primarily of lean meats and vegetables. Nutrition for basketball players is a complex topic that must consider many variables in order to optimize performance and change body composition effectively.
There were also a couple of auxiliary components that I was looking forward to seeing landing and form that were not provided. Instead I simply got a coming soon message which was very disappointing. The program seems incomplete which is a huge let down when spending so much money on a jump program. Even though BoingVert has been designed by a certified trainer, I think that the intensity of the Monster program may be a little too much for growing bodies.
The program requires frequent heavy load strength training which could potentially cause serious injuries in a young athlete if performed incorrectly. Vert Shock on the other hand is a plyometric based jump program has been proven to be safe for kids. In fact, the creators have gone as far to say that this program can be very beneficial to young athletes beyond the realms of vertical jumping. If you are a parent considering purchasing a jump program for your child you should definitely check out this page.
On the other hand, the science based techniques are well justified and the exercise demonstrations are excellent. During our BoingVert review we were very impressed by the fact that this program included some really unique content that we have not seen before. Remember to use BoingVert Monster effectively you must have access to a gym or a range of weightlifting equipment such as barbells and dumbells.
Overall, BoingVert does contain great content but it is just too drawn out long and convoluted. It is easy to become overwhelemed on BoingVert which is the worst possible scenario for someone looking to improve their vertical. We hope you have found this BoingVert review helpful. If you have any questions about this program or would like to share your BoingVert story please comment below.
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