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A study was done using the Elgin Arch exerciser.
Subjects were randomly assigned to training with either the left or right
foot, with the other side serving as a control, for six weeks. No other
training took place during this time. At the end of the six-week programm,
the subjects were retested for toe flexor strength and jump performance.
The results were as astounding**:
The results confirmed that subjects
gained an inch in vertical, and 4 inches in horizontal jumping distance!
This shows that the foot muscles should not be ignored when training for
vertical jumping. Get the Elgin Arch Exerciser.