Sports Performance Training


VertiMax sports and athletic performance training equipment allows athletes to train at full-speed in drills under smooth resistance.    Watch the videos below to see coaches and athletes in action!

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Let’s Talk About Performance Training with VertiMax

Train Like the Pros

You Don’t Train the Sport — You Train the Athlete!


Athletes use Vertimax athletic training equipment because they can run drills at full-speed. In a nutshell, vertical jump, power, speed, and agility are competitive advantages for athletic performance. It’s essential to load the entire body, safely, to increase gains in these athletic skills. That’s what this equipment does better than any other skills training equipment on the market. Like the athletes below, your athletes will fly!



Parents & Coaches

Choose Your VertiMax Performance Training Equipment Model!


Check out the sports and athletic performance training equipment below. In addition to these platforms and Raptors, athletes and coaches use a variety of training accessories. Harnesses, bands, belts, straps, suction cups, wheels, and track slides are added to Vertimax equipment. Together, accessories with V8 and Raptor equipment redefine the athletic performance training experience for sports athletes and teams. Contact us to discuss which systems and accessories your athletes need.



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More Info on VertiMax Sports Performance Training Equipment?


Are you a high school coach or athletic director? If you would like to learn more about how VertiMax can help you coach your student-athletes to improve their explosive power, speed, and vertical jump, please use the form provided to express your interest or any questions.


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performance training equipment was last modified: October 22nd, 2019 by Derek Curtice