Dynamic training with the VertiMax
What do Hugh Jackman, tennis stars from around the world and Tennessee Titan’s RB Chris Johnson, among others have in common? They all train on the Vertimax.
Watch as tennis stars in Arizona improve their swing instantly at youtube.com/watch?v=tzTrIMJ_4DQ!
So what does Vertimax do? It’s a training system that improves athletic performance factors including explosive power, speed and the vertical jump. These performance parameters ar e highly desired by all athletes because they are vital to optimal success in any sport.
The founder of the Vertimax, Michael Wehrell, created this training system as a solution for developing explosive leg power that regular weight training simply can’t accomplish. Vertimax training systems are now being used by the best athletes in the world, “Currently, 50% of the NFL, 40% of the NBA, 30% of MLB and over 75% of all Division colleges and universities use Vertimax in their training protocols.” Let me know if we can help get you in touch with the guys from VertiMax or any of the thousands of players that use the VertiMax across the country.
VertiMax is the most advanced sports training system designed to increase athletic performance and abilities across all sports and ages. If you’re looking to increase speed, vertical jump ability and overall athleticism, VertiMax is the one sports training system designed to do it all and do it right. It is the only sports training system in the world that can simultaneously apply a load to both the legs and arms for Maximum Vertical Jump Development and it’s also the world’s top speed training system due to its ability to simultaneously load both the drive phase (foot in contact with ground driving) and swing phase (foot is airborne traveling to the next step) for maximum speed increases in any sport. No other sports fitness system can provide these training advantages to improve sports performance! For more information, log on to vertimax.com/why-vertimax-works.
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