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Train the Spinal Erectors

A study in the Journal of Sports Sciences found that the erector spinae act as a trunk extensor during a vertical jump, enabling more muscle work and causing a greater jump height.

Train the spinal erectors with Deadlifts, Trap Bar Deadlifts, Good Mornings and Back Extensions.

These will strengthen the trunk extensors of the back, helping for more powerful extension into the air.

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A study in the Journal of Sports Sciences found that the erector spinae act as a trunk extensor during a vertical jump, enabling more muscle work and causing a greater jump height.

Train the spinal erectors with Deadlifts, Trap Bar Deadlifts, Good Mornings and Back Extensions.

These will strengthen the trunk extensors of the back, helping for more powerful extension into the air.

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Topics: SQUAT | LOWER BODY | DEADLIFT | HAMSTRING | HIPS | VERTICAL JUMP