I've always been curious about this. Most people
I know jump higher off one leg than two. In fact,
they usually get much higher off one leg, around
3-5 inches. I, myself, am quite the opposite; I
jump much higher off two legs than one. And it's
not due to lack of practice, I used to do a million
lay-ups in basketball practice in H.S.. Yet,
I can jumper higher vertically, without running
or anything, than a full sprinted one leg take-off.
Maybe it's my form; maybe I'm not converting all
my forward momentum to vertical momentum. Or, maybe,
you use different muscles. I'm not sure either way.
Oh well, I'd love to be able to jump higher off one
leg, then, maybe, I could actually dunk one of these
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