Preparation

Passion and Motivation

In order to maintain 100% dedication to Air Alert®, you must have a passion for increasing your vertical jump. You must have a passion for improving your game. Passion is heart and desire. And it is powerful. It is an emotion that has you looking forward to tomorrow and it provides you with motivation. It is a force that will drive you to succeed. The world’s most successful athletes play with this intensity and sincere love for the game. They think about the game daily. They practice and take every opportunity to improve and play. You must also have a love for the game and a strong desire for jumping higher.

Passion is mostly within you, but it can be enhanced. When you are using Air Alert®, visualize yourself achieving your athletic goals. Imagine yourself dunking over an opponent and leading your team to victory.

Listen to music while training or watch motivational films before using the program. Use whatever motivational tools you can to assist you.

Seeing personal progress will also have the ability to motivate you. Following the first 10 days of working out with this program, you will see an increase in your jumping ability. When this happens, you will be amazed and excited. This will motivate you and allow you to continue down that road to athletic success.

It is important that you find passion for the game and for this program. Passion will carry you and help make Air Alert® more enjoyable.

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Preparation

Contact

TMT Sports
4242 Windemere Lane
Charlotte, NC 28211

Email: service@airalert.com

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About TMT Sports

TMT Sports was founded in February, 1991 by Timur Tukel and operates out of Charlotte, NC. TMT Sports produces 2 basketball products designed to greatly improve a player's playing ability.

Air Alert: The Complete Vertical Jump Program was first published in September, 1991 and continues to be the number 1 program used in the game. It is now free open source content.

Court Controller heads up dribbling mask was first released in 2003 and then re-designed in 2016.