For testing and improving Vertical Jump.The world's most popular device for testing vertical jump height.
Consists of a solid metal base, telescoping upright and colored vanes spaced 1/2 " apart that rotate when touched for easy measurement.
Use it to accurately measure vertical jump height when:
It allows the coach, trainer or therapist to determine how the subject is progressing by measuring how high the person can jump.
- Jumping off 2 feet from a standing position directly underneath.
- Jumping off a single foot from a moving start.
Measures how effectively the person converts horizontal movement to vertical lift.
Use to develop explosive power and endurance by doing multiple sets of jumps.
Take the standing height of the subject with one arm fully extended upward.
Have the subject jump-up and touch the highest possible vane.
Then measure the difference between standing height and jumping height.
Use throughout the year or treatment period to measure amount of improvement.
Also use to teach good jumping techniques and to improve endurance.