The 9 Steps
Air Alert Workout Chart
Advanced Workout Chart

Air Alert Advanced

We designed the Air Alert® program to help improve your vertical jump by 8 to 14 inches or more and to improve your all-around game. This initial 15 week program helps most athletes reach a vertical jump peak. Gaining additional inches above that peak is difficult. Therefore, to help combat this problem, we developed Air Alert® Advanced, a second phase that will help you to surpass this vertical plateau by 3 to 6 inches.

Air Alert® Advanced utilizes only 4 of the 6 Air Alert® exercises. You will perform Step Ups, Leap Ups, Burnouts and Thrust Ups and will follow the same 3 day schedule as Air Alert® but are required to follow it for 6 consecutive weeks. You will quickly discover that Air Alert® Advanced is much more taxing on the legs; therefore, it is extremely important that you do not add the additional 2 exercises, Calf Raises and Squat Hops™ to this version. As with Air Alert®, follow this as written.

Air Alert® Advanced is a cycle based program that attacks the leg muscles much more aggressively than Air Alert® providing you with the additional inches. In the following order, you will complete one cycle by doing Step Ups-Leap Ups-Burnouts-Leap Ups-Burnouts-Thrust Ups. Complete the number of sets and repetitions for each exercise as defined by the chart located on the following page. You will complete Leap Ups and Burnouts 2 times per cycle. Do not rest between exercises, but rest 1 to 2 minutes between the sets of Leap Ups. Once you have completed one cycle, rest 2 to 3 minutes and repeat the exact cycle until you have completed 5 cycles. 5 cycles completes 1 full advanced session.


Air Alert Advanced Chart

The 9 Steps of Air Alert

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.