I'm AJ Tucker, and this is using ankle weights to make you jump higher. First off, the reasoning behind this is you want to add some resistance to your ankles without doing a bunch of weightlifting or wearing a heavy vest. You just add a light amount of weight, and that light amount of weight will help you with your vertical jump. I'm going to show you two methods to jumping higher. The first method I'm going to show you is with a box. I can do two exercises on the box -- I can do a box jump, or I can do a step-up. So, on the box jump, I'm going to put my feet shoulder-width apart, I'm going to slightly bend my knees, swing my arms and explode up into the jump, lock my hips out at the end of the jump. And then, I want to step down. And then, I'm going to come back up, eight to 20 reps. The second exercise is the step-ups. So, when you exhaust your legs, you step up and step down right after the lift. The second method I want to show you is the vertical jump. You will pick a point on the wall and you do one rep max, one rep max, take a short rest, one rep max. So, I'm standing by the wall, I'm going to come up, and touch a point on the wall. Take a short rest. And then, I'm going to try to get a little higher on the wall. And then, take a short rest. And, repeat that move eight to 20 times. And, this will help your vertical jump.