My college coach at the University of Pennsylvania, Jerome Allen (now an assistant coach for Boston Celtics), always preached the tiny details. He would tell us that the difference between losing and winning is so tiny that you might sometimes take it for granted. One inch. One point. One second. It all adds up at the end of the day.
My name is Andreas Schreiber. I am currently a professional basketball player, and I am obsessed with proving people wrong. I have been doubted most my life. I have had what doctors called “career-ending” injuries. But I never gave up on my dream. And what set me apart from others was my understanding of details.
I revolutionized the vertical leap industry by developing a jump training program that not only utilized already proven training methods, like the shock principle, but also by paying special attention to the small details such as recovery, nutrition, and physical therapy. I developed a supplementary plyometric pool workout, specifically for basketball players, to limit the massive stress put on the joints. This method also prevents injury, without limiting the benefits of plyometric workouts. The Vertiblast Jump Program adds up to 15 inches on one’s vertical leap, while limiting the risk for injury. Get it here: https://vertiblast.proleteformula.com/
By recognizing the importance of these small details, I am able to always be on top of my game. This is also why I love the Safe Lace. The Safe Lace abolishes the need to worry about shoe laces becoming untied. Why is this important? Two reasons.
For one, tying ones laces during an important game is only a distraction from the goal. You need to be laser focused 100% of the time, or else you will fail. Remember what I said about details? Secondly, untied laces can be dangerous. You expose yourself to ankle and knee injuries, or worse. For me, that means a lot more than a simple injury. Basketball pays my bills. I cannot afford to be injured. That is why I wear the Safe Lace.