Basketball Weight Vest Training Methods
Basketball weight vest training methods require expert knowledge. Today I was able to meet today with Todd Wright (the University of Texas’ Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Basketball) and his assistant, Logan Schwartz. Todd (on the left in the picture) is one of the preeminent proponents of bodyweight training for athletes including the use of weighted vests. Todd Wright is also a big fan of the SandBell® having helped Hyperwear by testing them. His Train 4 the Game sports performance training facility in Austin is recognized as a top training center in the country. It has also allowed him to mentor and develop many excellent coaches.
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To sum up the meeting, after only a couple of minutes reviewing the Hyper Vest, Todd said, “All right, we are going to order some Hyper Vest PRO weight vests was that the fastest sale you have ever made?” Yes, Todd and most definitely the most significant, as well.
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Todd stated that the Hyper Vest is absolutely the best fitting, the most comfortable weight vest, and the only one that allows you to breath. His most significant comment was that the Hyper Vest feels like you are wearing a compression shirt. Now, that sounds comfy. A key to comfort is having a weight vest that allows your chest to expand for breathing while still holding the weights in place with vertical moves like jumping.
Todd’s positive review was a great validation for the time and effort that went into designing and bringing the Hyper Vest to market. He is a leader in the field of strength and conditioning and can often be seen on the Perform Better conference circuit where his hands on sessions are wildly popular.
For a great article about Todd Wright’s Vertical Core Training system including the Hyperwear SandBell check out Men’s Fitness. If you want to know how a weight vest can help performance check out the weight vest research.
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