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INTRODUCTION Welcome to Flight School, The Lost Breed’s 8-week jump training program. This completely unique program is designed to not only vastly improve your vertical leaping ability but also increase your all-round athleticism. Improving your vertical ability can be an extremely challenging and frustrating battle; it takes a huge amount of time, persistence and dedication to see true results. With the help of this program those results will be well within your grasp. Flight School is divided into four 2-week phases; this will give you intermediate goals to reach for and a progressive system so you can see your improvements develop. Phase 1 of the program is an introductory phase; you will be introduced to the various exercises in order to allow both your body and mind to adapt to the new movements. Phase 2 introduces new exercises at an increased intensity to continually push your body. Phase 3 will gradually get harder and this is when your jumping ability will be put to the test as we have you striving for new personal record heights. The last and final phase is the most intense, by this time your body will be akin to the regimen and movements so an increased intensity is vital in the final push to achieve your goal.
DISCLAMIERThe Lost Breed strongly recommends that you consult with your physician before beginning any exercise program. You should be in good physical condition and be able to participate in the exercises. If you choose to follow The Lost Breed’s program without consulting your physician, you are doing so at your own risk. Adult supervision is highly recommended for participants below the age of 14. You should understand that when participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury. If you engage in this jump program, you agree that you do so at your own risk. You are voluntarily participating in these activities, assuming all risk of injury to yourself, and agreeing to release and discharge The Lost Breed from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of The Lost Breed’s negligence.
1.Dynamic Warm Up A dynamic warm up consists of stretches that implement moving as you stretch. This type of warm-up activates muscles you will be using during your workout. Dynamic stretching improves range of motion to help you feel more limber. It also improves body awareness. Moving while stretching improves your balance and coordination, skills that help you maximize your performance. Warming up in motion enhances muscular performance and power. Studies have proven dynamic stretching before a workout can help you increase overall athletic performance compared to no stretching or static stretching.