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In almost every sport an athlete can improve their performance by adding inches to their vertical jump and by becoming faster and quicker.
However, this is easier said than done and if you have ever tried any of those vertical jump or speed training workouts out there you were probably disappointed with your results.
That is all about to change. I was just talking to Kurt Howard and he was telling me about his "Vertical Explosion Training Program" and some of the results his athletes were getting from the program.
One of his athletes added 12 inches to his vertical in the first 8 weeks on the program. Another added 5 inches in just the first month!
He even got a message on Facebook from a mother telling him that her daughter had added 6 inches in the first 7 weeks. Pretty impressive!
Kurt's program has been seen on sites like ESPN.com, NBA.com and CBSSports.com and has been used by over 2,100 athletes across the globe.
This is not your average, cookie-cutter training program. It is a highly effective and finely tuned program to add 10 inches to your vertical and give you explosive speed and quickness in just 10 weeks.
I urge you to head over to his site and watch the video where he explains what makes his program different from the rest and why it is so effective.


You can thank me later

Will
 

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I didn't hear about this program before, but I know for sure what helped me become more powerful. I recently changed my diet and my workout routine. I introduced more vegan protein into my diet, and now I'm combining weight lifting with cardio exercises. I also started taking some premium paradigm peptides, and I feel that I have more strength and my muscles are becoming bigger. I have also read that peptides have an anti-aging effect. I do hope that this will also be my case. I want to retain a youthful look and reduce my fine lines and wrinkles. I heard some of the girls that using peptides helps reduce hyperpigmentation.
 
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