Ray uses the VertiMax V8 for His Speed & Power Development
VertiMax has been the staple speed and power training tool for Ray Rice since he left Rutgers for the NFL.
VertiMax's unmatched ability to develop speed, vertical jump performance and sports specific explosive power is why it is used to develop athletic performance in every major sport in the world from youth to pro levels.
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ESPN The Magazine: Gear Test on VertiMax
Imagine a system like that for your entire body. VertiMax is designed to add resistance to any body movement that's required in sport.
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Ray Rice names his miracle 4th & 29 catch and run
Running Back Ray Rice Plans For The Future; Invests In Sports Training System
Ravens running back Ray Rice says he is always interested in "shocking his body" and that using VertiMax was definitely a shock to him this past off-season.
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Tebow went through high-intensity repetitions on VertiMax
At 6 foot 3 and 250 pounds, is Tim Tebow too big to play quarterback?
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Ray Rice Joins VertiMax
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Geno Smith, Quarterback West Virginia Mountaineers
Under Armour™ & VertiMax - This Is How We Run
Olympic Track Medalist Allyson Felix demonstrates her training routine with VertiMax
VertiMax at the 2012 CSCCa Convention in Orlando
The Stronger Team Huddle
Adrenaline Performance Center
Kris Letang, NHL All-Star, performs lateral bounds with VertiMax at Adrenaline Performance Center. This exercise is done to gain lateral explosiveness and better "side to side" speed.
Athlete Institute Basketball Performance
The Athlete Institute works on pairing basketball skill development with the functional strength needed to succeed. With great facilities, equipment, and coaches we make good players great. Our basketball player representation in this video is Jameson Tipping. April 28th,2011.
To New Heights
Improving an athlete's jumping ability means taking into consideration speed-to-intensity ratios, inhibitory deceleration, eccentric stretch, and the use of plyometrics. But it starts with the proper foundation of strength,” says Jeff Connors, MS, MSCC, Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of North Carolina. He goes on to say that, "In almost every sport, athletes are eager to increase their vertical jump. Whether they want to soar above the rim in basketball, leap to deflect a pass in football, go up for a powerful spike in volleyball, or gain the advantage on a header in soccer, athletes who can jump high gain a competitive edge."
But athletes who have developed vertical power can actually do much more.
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VertiMax - Start to Finish
Even though Olympic Lifts should be a staple in every competitive athlete’s workout, there are viable alternatives to build explosive triple extension. Using a variety of exercises is good for the overall growth of an athlete. For example, Rich Jacobs, MS, SCCC, CSCS is an Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach at Xavier University "likes how easy the Vertimax is to set up and use to enhance vertical power."
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NBA 2010-2011 Season Commercial
VertiMax is featured with the game announcers training regimine, during the ESPN Georgia Tech vs Virginia Tech game Nov. 4, 2010
Unique Fitness video demonstrating all sports athletic training, including cheer stunt and tumbling athletes.
VertiMax to help keep American Top Team at the top of the MMA world
We are happy to announce that American Top Team will utilize Vertimax in its training. American Top Team is always looking for the best ways to enhance its professional MMA fighter’s performance and feel the people and technology behind the VertiMax training system embrace our their philosophy!
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