Week 1
P4E 52
Green Lights 49
Week 1
Sunblock 73
Project Backboard 67
Week 1
Pasadena Bodybuilding 91
Clutch Pandas 80
Week 1
China Elite 55
Los Fearless 51
Week 1
1% Performance 63
We Are Chance 64
Week 2
P4E 57
We Are Chance 63
Week 2
The Empire 70
Los Fearless 61
Week 2
1% Performance 87
China Elite 89
Week 2
Project Backboard 109
The Undrafted 93
Week 2
Green Lights 78
Pasadena Bodybuilding 81
Week 3
P4E 79
Sunblock 84
Week 3
1% Performance 66
Project Backboard 73
Week 3
Pasadena Bodybuilding 61
China Elite 63
Week 3
The Empire 56
The Undrafted 53
Week 3
Green Lights 78
Clutch Pandas 64
Week 4
Clutch Pandas 71
Sunblock 82
Week 4
China Elite 78
P4E 77
Week 4
P4E 57
Los Fearless 55
Week 4
We Are Chance 63
Project Backboard 62
Week 4
Clutch Pandas 75
China Elite 76
Week 4
Green Lights 87
The Undrafted 55
Week 4
Pasadena Bodybuilding 84
1% Performance 86
Week 5
The Undrafted 70
Clutch Pandas 76
Week 5
Los Fearless 68
1% Performance 66
Week 5
P4E 53
Pasadena Bodybuilding 74
Week 5
Sunblock 60
We Are Chance 49
Week 5
Project Backboard 92
Green Lights 65
Week 6
Los Fearless 69
The Undrafted 55
Week 6
The Empire 63
We Are Chance 59
Week 6
Sunblock 73
1% Performance 78
Week 6
The Empire 78
Clutch Pandas 79
Week 6
Pasadena Bodybuilding 86
Green Lights 91
Week 7
Los Fearless 63
We Are Chance 56
Week 7
Project Backboard 71
The Empire 62
Week 7
China Elite 74
The Undrafted 62
Week 7 Playoff Q.
Green Lights 80
The Undrafted 73
Week 7 Playoff Q.
We Are Chance 58
P4E 67
Week 7 Playoff Q.
Pasadena Bodybuilding 88
Clutch Pandas 100
Week 7 Playoff Q.
Los Fearless 62
1% Performance 56

APL – OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF THE VBL

We are about to demonstrate that posterisation is something that can happen to anyone!

APL just launched their concept 2 shoe and will showcase it’s ability weekly at Oakwood Rec Center. If too much damage is done  we might have to ban the shoe from The VBL.

APL Concept 2 Basketball Shoes Are The Next Step In Vertical Enhancement

Athletic Propulsion Labs APL Concept 2 Basketball Shoes

Quote startOver the past eighteen months the APL team has worked diligently to engineer the Concept 2 upper, mid-sole and outsole to work in concert with our Load ‘N Launch™ technology to both increase vertical leap and enhance maneuverability on the court.Quote end

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 03, 2012

Athletic Propulsion Labs® announced today the introduction of its newest, innovative basketball shoe at $175; the Concept 2. With its sleek silhouette, speed lacing system and performance engineered collar, the APL Concept 2 features strategically placed black flow vents. The introduction of a new herringbone outsole incorporates a high grip tread pattern designed to optimize traction and provide maximum surface contact. The Concept 2 contains APL’s revolutionary, compression spring-based Load ‘N Launch™ technology, Banned By The NBA, and designed to instantly increase a player’s vertical leap.* The Load ‘N Launch™ technology is now complimented by a unique, 4-layer insole engineered to work with the high-performance sockliner and internal shank plate. Available in limited quantities, the new APL Concept 2 Basketball Shoe weighs just 15 ounces and features an innovative, two-piece synthetic carbon fiber upper construction, which conforms to the player’s foot using minimal seams and stitch lines to provide superior comfort and maximum performance. Each pair of APL Concept 2 basketball shoes also includes a set of white and black laces.

Athletic Propulsion Labs Co-founder, Ryan Goldston said, “With its unique construction, the APL Concept 2 fits completely true-to-size and provides the secure feeling of a basketball shoe that is designed to perform at the highest level of competition. The upper materials are a combination of the finest synthetics, microfiber mesh and special anti-microbial linings to keep the foot comfortable and performing at the maximum level throughout extended periods of play.” Adam Goldston, Athletic Propulsion Labs Co-Founder, added, “Over the past eighteen months the APL team has worked diligently to engineer the Concept 2 upper, mid-sole and outsole to work in concert with our Load ‘N Launch™ technology to both increase vertical leap and enhance maneuverability on the court. The new APL Concept 2 is a true player’s shoe designed to take your game to the next level in vertical enhancement.”

About Athletic Propulsion Labs®:

Athletic Propulsion Labs was founded in Los Angeles, California by twin brothers Adam and Ryan Goldston, two former University of Southern California basketball players. The company is dedicated to the creation of world-class, breakthrough technology that significantly enhances the performance of athletes in a variety of sports. The inaugural product from Athletic Propulsion Labs®, the patented APL® Concept 1 and the Concours basketball shoe and the brand new Concept 2, feature the revolutionary Load ‘N Launch™ Technology. The patent-pending Load ‘N Launch™ device is implanted in a cavity in the forefoot of the shoe and serves as a ‘launch pad’ by taking the energy exerted by the player and increasing lift with the aid of an intricate, spring-based propulsion system. In biomechanical testing at a leading west coast university laboratory, the Athletic Propulsion Labs® Concept 1 shoes delivered increases in vertical leap of up to 3.5 inches when compared against a leading competitive brand’s most expensive basketball shoe. * Results vary based upon the athletic ability and physical conditioning of the individual. APL® Concept 1, Concours are available at $150 and the Concept 2 basketball shoes are $175. All three styles are sold exclusively on the company’s website at http://www.AthleticPropulsionLabs.com.

APL’s Concept 1 basketball shoes were introduced on March 24, 2010. The NBA ban of the APL® Concept 1 shoes occurred on October 19, 2010 and marked the first time in the 64-year history of the NBA that a shoe was banned because it provided an “undue competitive advantage.”

For more information on Athletic Propulsion Labs, please visit the website at http://www.AthleticPropulsionLabs.com or http://www.APLbasketball.com.

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