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N.C. State DL Kentavius Street Squats 700 Pounds and Runs a 4.58 Laser-Timed 40-Yard Dash

Picture this: a 6-foot-2, 283-pound defensive lineman who can run a 4.58 40-Yard Dash, jump a 40-inch Vertical and Squat over 700 pounds. Ridiculou...

By: Brandon Hall

Add Inches to Your Vertical Jump With This Offseason Plan

What better time than summer to focus on improving your overall athleticism? Almost all athletes aspire to increase their "bounce", their "hops" or...

By: Micah Kurtz

Watch Kentucky's Hamiduo Diallo Hit a Max Vertical of 44.5 Inches at the NBA Combine

You're probably not familiar with the name Hamiduo Diallo yet, and that's fine. After spending a year at a prep school in Connecticut, the 6-foot-5 s...

By: Jordan Zirm

This Simple Exercise is the Key to Increasing Your Vertical Jump

Triple Extension: How to Jump and Clean Without Back Pain When it comes to prepping athletes for the rigours of lower body plyometric training, the...

By: Alex Nurse

Basketball Off-Season Workout: Strength and Size

If you've spent any time talking with a strength coach—or browsing the articles on STACK.com—you understand that it's critical to focus your train...

By: John Cissik

Latest Videos in Vertical Jump

How NBA Rookie John Collins Evolved Into a Posterizing Dunker

John Collins is taking the NBA Summer League by storm with his posterizing dunks. Listen in as the rookie talks about how he grew into his high-flying ways.

Game Changers: Can VKTRY's "Performance-Enhancing" Insoles Really Make You a More Explosive Athlete?

VKTRY's VK insoles have been found in studies to make athletes run faster, jump higher and change directions quicker. STACK puts them to the test.

The Intense Workout That is Getting Baylor Forward Taurean Prince Ready for the NBA Draft

Check out the work Baylor's Taurean Prince is putting in to showcase his skills at the NBA Pre-Draft Combine.

How Athos Helps Improve Your Vertical Jump

Get a look at how top performance specialists utilize Athos technology to increase their athletes' vertical jump.

Vince Young's Lower-Body Power Circuit

NFL Pro Bowl quarterback Vince Young performs a circuit of exercises to improve power in his legs, hips and glutes for the upcoming NFL season.