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Are you ready to unlock your full jumping potential?  Inspired by the bestselling book Takeoff, this program takes advantage of the kinematic principles associated with jumping performance and lower body power development.


As an athlete transitions from braking to propulsion, forces often reach their peak.  Relative to jumping, this "transition point" corresponds to the point of minimal displacement and zero velocity.  By improving reactive strength, athletes can transition better between eccentric and concentric phases of explosive movement.


What does this program consist of?

  • Designed for offseason or preparatory periods (modifiable for in-season training)
  • 3 training days/week
  • 3 x 4 week training blocks
  • Optional deload weeks between blocks


What is included with the purchase?

  • PDF download
  • 100+ Exercise links
  • Summary of "The Transition," as it applies to jumping performance.


Who is the program for?

  • High school level athletes and above
  • This program is most appropriate for athletes with prior resistance training experience (≥ 2 years).


In this program, am I only training the transition phase?

  • No.  Within this program, we will be training all phases of the jump with a bias toward improving the transition of braking to propulsion.


What equipment is needed to complete the program?

  • Barbell (olympic, trap bar, etc.)
  • Free weights
  • Boxes
  • Medicine balls
  • Kettlebells and/or Dumbbells
  • Jump rope
  • Lifting Rack
  • Stretch Bands
  • Prowler or Sled
  • Chains




By engaging in Athlete Framework LLC's 12-Week Jump Training Programs, you acknowledge the inherent risks associated with physical activity. This program is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Consult with a healthcare professional before starting. Results may vary, and Athlete Framework LLC is not liable for any injuries or damages. Your participation indicates your acceptance of these terms.

Training the Transition (12-Week Program)

    • PDF download
    • Exercise links
    • Summary of "The Transition," as it applies to jumping performance.
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