Want to improve your vertical jump and multi-directional explosiveness? Catch up on episodes 1, 2 and 3 of the crazy explosive series. “Knowledge is power and power leads to windmill dunks!” Episode 1- Building the Base Episode 2- Force Absorption Episode 3- Force Production To sign up for our year round on-line program click HERE. […]
47 Visuals came through the lab to capture one of our sessions with Trailblazers PG Shabazz Napier. A lot of you guys want to know what it takes to make it to the NBA as a under 6 footer… the answer is in this video. Pure WORK ETHIC! And for those of you wondering if […]
If you missed Episode 1 of the Crazy Explosive Series click HERE to catch up. If you’re all caught up, enjoy episode 2! If you’re interested in our comprehensive online training program click HERE to take your vertical/explosiveness to the next level!
The PJF Perspective Episode 1- Behind the Scenes NBA Training, Improving Explosiveness and Athleticism
I’m excited to announce that episode 1 of my YouTube Series- The PJF Perspective is now live! In episode 1 I take you behind the scenes of our NBA training and answer an important question regarding athleticism improvement. Enjoy!
Watch the full Penny Hardaway 1 Dribble Stepback video below and be sure to check out our online Elite Ball Handling System for hundreds of drills and move breakdowns. If you have any questions be sure to comment below!
Could prolonged periods of sitting in a chair decrease your explosiveness? Student athletes are required to sit in class for hours everyday, which may be killing your vertical jump and explosiveness potential. It’s often said that the human body will adapt to whatever container you place it in. If you spend hours sitting in a […]
Here’s a peak inside James Harden’s workout with PJF Performance and Blueprint Basketball at our high performance facility in Anaheim, Ca. Video shot by: Kenneth Wynn
Referred to as the “sunshine vitamin”, Vitamin D is produced by the body after the skin is exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D deficiencies are very common, especially in indoor athletes that have limited sun exposure. One study showed that 3/4 of U.S. teens and adults are deficient in Vitamin D (1). The health implications of […]