Is The Monthly/Yearly Commitment Worth It?
If you really want to throw down your first dunk you have to analyze your situation. If you can’t grab or at least touch the rim of a 10 ft basketball hoop, then you probably have months if not years of training to go through in order to start dunking on a consistent basis.
If you can grab the rim or at least touch the rim right now, you could throw down your first dunk in three months or less, with the right training and work ethic.
At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter how long it takes. It took me 10 years to reach my goal and it was worth the wait.
I’ll admit that there were times when I wish I was naturally gifted with amazing vertical jump ability and there were times when I wished that I didn’t have to work so hard to increase my vertical jump.
But like I said, at the end of the day it was all worth it.
It is much more rewarding to achieve something knowing that you had to work for it rather than it being handed to you.
Belief + Consistent Action = Success
If you want to dunk a basketball it is up to you.
Unless you were gifted with amazing genes, or a God-given talent, you will have to take matters into your own hands.
Believe that you will dunk one day. Visualize yourself dunking. Then do whatever it takes to make that visualization come to reality.
The last thing you want to do is start making excuses. Anybody can do that. Success comes to those who believe in themselves and take action.