Do I need to complete it in a certain amount of time?

No. You can complete it at your convenience on your schedule. And you can use it over and over again!

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Does VolleyVert come on DVD?

VolleyVert is delivered on an online platform optimized for the mobile device.  We wanted to make VolleyVert available at the one place you need it the most…The Gym.  Online delivery was the most logical way to do this.

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What gear do I need for VolleyVert?

To get strong you’ve got to lift weight. I suggest a barbell for your squats and deadlifts.  It is superior to bodyweight, sandbags, kettle bells etc for this purpose.   The barbell makes you balance and you can load higher weight on it then you can other apparatuses.  However if you find yourself away from a gym, a really heavy set of bands can work.  I get all my bands from www.thexbands.com

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What is VolleyVert?

VolleyVert is the first vertical jump improvement program specifically designed for teenage volleyball athletes!

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Why should I use VolleyVert instead of another program?

There are a ton of great vertical improvement programs available right now, however, none of them address the special needs of a teenage athlete. Teenage athletes can’t handle the loads, intensities and volumes that older trained athletes can. Their structures are still growing and are susceptible to damage if not given proper care and coaching cues. VolleyVert address the three strengths that a paramount to a young athlete’s athletic success.  Muscular Strength, Neuromuscular Strength, and stabilization strength.  Without muscular strength you will not be able to move your own body as effectively as you should. Plain and simple. Neuromuscular strength is the key to turning your body into a powerful, explosive, coordinated athletic machine.    None of these programs were designed specifically for the specific movements and physical requirements of the sport of volleyball.  Volleyball is one of the few bilateral jumping sports.  There is extensive use of 45 degree movements, lateral bounding, and a particular energy system used not used in great extent by other sports.  VolleyVert addresses all of these factors.

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Why should I trust you?

Great question! I started playing volleyball a little over 13 years ago and it’s been the biggest passion in my life.  I have played at a high collegiate club level for indoor winning several 1st team all american awards.  I furthered my career by playing professional beach volleyball on the NVL, and AVP tours.  I fulfilled the dream of playing in the Gods and Goddesses of the beach tournament.  This was originally done by the AVP where it was held at the Caesars hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada however at the time the AVP was nowhere to be found so the NVL ran it at the Tropicana that year.  It was the first year it was played and I was lucky enough to make the top 32 man roster.  As far as my coaching credentials go: I have coached men’s and women’s volleyball both at the high school, club and collegiate levels.  I was the head coach for Judge Memorial High School in Salt Lake City, UT Assistant Head Coach for Dixie State College in Saint George, UT, and I was the Assistant head coach for Oceanview High School in Huntington Beach california.  

My athletic background started at the same time my volleyball experience started.  I had played sports before and was quite good at soccer and baseball however because of personality disagreements with the coaches I never played passed my freshman year of high school.  When I started playing volleyball I had an abysmal 17” vertical. I had never lifted weights at this point.  After watching a BYU men’s scrimmage I knew that I would have to make some drastic changes to my physical ability in order to reach and compete at that level.  I am only 6’1” and knew vertical was going to be the great equalizer.  I have trained incredibly hard, sometimes too hard when I should have trained smart, but I did continue to find better and better instructors like Rick Stassi and Rhet ______. with their help I was able to reach a 40” vertical.  Not something everyone has.  I later went on to set the Guinness World Record for highest standing jump with a single leg at 48” in may of 2014 at the Athletic Republic in Santa Ana. I tied the record for two legs with a jump of 62” inches.  

My sports performance coaching background has encompassed the same time frame as the above paragraphs but I’ll simply summarized with what I’ve done.  I was the General Manager over personal training for Gold’s Gym in Saint George and Cedar City Ut, I was the Director of Volleyball for Athletic Republic in Santa Ana. I was the head strength coach for the Mater Dei High School volleyball team both men’s and women’s. And Lastly, I just finished as the Director for Athlete Performance for Athletic Republic HQ in Park City, UT. I currently hold a National Academy of Sports Medicine Personal Trainer Certification with a Specialization in Performance Enhancement (NASM-CPT,PES) I have also been offered the position of Head Strength Coach for the Chinese Women’s National indoor team. Which I will probably accept this January.  

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What can I expect from VolleyVert?

VolleyVert was specifically designed to increase an athlete’s vertical.  VolleyVert accomplishes this in making the athlete produce a greater amount of force in a shorter amount of time.  Simply put make the athlete stronger without adding any body weight.  The athlete after accumulating a greater strength to weight ratio will also see improved recovery times, decreased injury rate, increased foot speed and greater body control and proprioception.  

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There isn’t very many exercises, why is that?

Simplicity is the cornerstone of VolleyVert. each athlete has a learning curve that they will go through. For older athletes that have been competing longer this learning curve generally shorter taking 4-6 weeks to reach homeostasis.  However with younger athletes this learning curve is much longer. Typically it takes a teenage athlete 8 weeks to have complete adaption to a repeating stimuli.  Super Human Performance wants the athlete to master these basic lifting skills; adding additional exercises for the sake of variety would not benefit the athlete and therefore was not added.  

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Does VolleyVert guarantee an increase in performance?

VolleyVert does NOT guarantee any performance increases.  There are variables outside of VolleyVert’s control to make a guarantee such as injury, commitment to the program, desire to do the program etc… However if the athlete stays injury free and has the desire to do the program to the very best of their ability it is an almost certainty that they will improve on all aspects of athleticism.

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How much does VolleyVert cost?

Super Human Performance made VolleyVert extremely affordable. The one time cost is just $74.99 or 2 payments of $37.50.

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Can VolleyVert be done multiple times?

Absolutely! However an older teen or an athlete entering college would benefit from the advanced program SUPER HUMAN VERTICAL.  SHV has certain strength and plyometric requirements before starting and is more complex so this should not be their entry program.

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My son/daughter has never lifted before is this program safe for them?

Yes it was designed for the beginning athlete.  The exercises are extremely simple but produce the greatest benefit when executed correctly and each exercise comes with its own instructional video! Also each workout has been written out in great detail to eliminate any confusion.  

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