Static Jumps are started from a Paused or motionless position. They help develop Position Specific Strength and Starting Power.
Dynamic Jumps are initiated from motion. Also known as Counter Movement Jumps. The athlete will start by dipping their legs to load up the Kinetic Energy in the thighs before Extending the Hip, Knee, & Ankle. Higher Jumps can be accomplished from a Dynamic Start.
Reactive Jumps or Depth Jumps are started by having the athlete stand on a Box and drop down to the floor and then jump back to the same box, jump up in the air, or out horizontally. These jumps are very advanced and require considerable amount of training before they should be tried on an extensive level.