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    Is there any differences between these 2 jumps?

    What is the differences when your legs are straight during the jump and bending during the jump?
    My usual jump is the first one, but usually the athletes (badminton, basketball, volleyball ) i saw only video using the 2nd jump.
    the bending that occured in 2nd pic is purposely or naturally?
    can i change from 1 to 2 without looking unnaturally?
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    Only true athletes bends their knees when they jump. I would quit all other training and skill work until you can master this technique. One thing you could try is to contract your hamstrings when you jump. You might not jump as high, but at least you will look cool in the air.
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