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06-24-2009, 02:10 PM
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Originally Posted by MistaWrista View Post
I've done some plyos off and on for a few months, and recently noticed something funny. I can stand and do a two footed jump and land on a table that is 32-33" above the ground, but my one-footed vertical is only approx 24". I'm 6'1" but have short arms. I'm a pretty fast skater with good leg strength. My question is, is this jumping difference normal or am I a bizarre freak?
Nope, you are fine! It's like doing one arm push-ups. You can do more with both arms. However, I do have some drills you can use to help improve that one legged jump. PM me and I will send you some dry land training stuff. That is if I haven't sent it to you already.

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