35" off the ground at 6’1" is gonna have your head a foot from the rim. Yours was not. Also, that last dunk was a rub in. Not trying to argue man, just pointing that out. I also think you’d benefit from more concentrated strength work and less frequent jumps, at least for awhile.
my head is leaning back…
when you reach up one handed you’re going to lose head height… that should be obvious… if i did a jump fully straightened out, that exact jump would look a little higher because im not leaning to the side in the air…
also the 2nd dunk was not 35 i already said that in the OP.
i jump ~2x/week and do strength work for my legs 5x/week… can’t get more concentrated than that.
if you look at the vertec (36") pic vs the dunk pic (34-35") then it should be obvious.
also my head doesn’t look a foot from the 10’ mark on the vertec either… thats because im stretching out and leaning to one side…
I meant concentrated as in less frequent and more direct. I’ve looked at the pics man. You’re talking to a jumper. 2" isn’t gonna translate well via a still photograph. If I were you I’d direct two days a week to work on getting strong as fuck and scale back the jumping for a bit. I gaurantee you’ll get closer to your goals.[/quote]
we’ll have to agree to disagree… and just because you’re a jumper doesn’t mean you’re seeing it right…
because 2" does scale well when im at the apex of my jump and the camera elevation is basically the same.
the point is, that even my 36" RVJ does not have a bunch of my wrist over the 10’ mark on the vertec… with a 96.5" single arm reach, fully stretched, 35" RVJ is not impressive…
if you’re thinking im supposed to be mid forearm with a 35" RVJ then thats wrong… 4" down my wrist is 35" RVJ.
like i said… 10’11 or 11’… probably 10’11 (34.5")
thanks for the program advice but i’ve had like 8 pr’s since training the way i am… going to ride it as long as i can.