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A volleyball player must be able to start moving quickly in any direction on the court anytime. That means that an athlete’s leg muscles must be well prepared to react to the opponent’s actions and the ball. That’s why it’s so important for an athlete to focus on improving her footwork.
The six basic volleyball skills are passing, setting, spiking, blocking, digging, and serving. Passing is often thought of as the most important skill in volleyball. If you can’t pass the serve, then you won’t ever put your team in a position to score a point. The importance of serving is often undervalued.
Note: To learn the game of volleyball, a player has to develop a multitude of skills. Passing, digging, setting, attacking, serving and then there is blocking. Blocking is not only the hardest skill to learn, but the skill that takes the longest to perfect. We offer you the skills programs to help you become a better volleyball player.
Assessment is most often thought of as the portion of the training program that occurs after an athlete has been trained. But if you want to know where you’re going, you first need to determine where you’re coming from.
Note: Assessment before and during a volleyball training program allows for testing of various athletic abilities to determine strengths and weaknesses. Download your volleyball testing programs to know where you stand.
In volleyball, spiking and serving are high-stress activities that can result in injuries to the tendons and ligaments that support the shoulder. Repeated jumping especially on hard surfaces like the gymnasium floor — can result in what is called “jumpers knee”.
Here is the list of the most common volleyball injuries
Note: Ankle injuries are the most common in volleyball players and the worst volleyball injuries for lost playing time. Usually, injuries can be treated non-operatively with bracing and physical therapy.
Good nutrition can enhance volleyball performance. A well-planned, nutritious diet should meet most of an athlete’s vitamin and mineral needs, and provide enough protein to promote muscle growth and repair. Download your volleyball nutrition and hydration program today!
Note: Foods rich in unrefined carbohydrates, like wholegrain breads and cereals, should form the basis of the diet. We offer you the nutrition and hydration plans to help your game.
Balance is the ability of a player to control her or his equilibrium or stability. Balance is essential to volleyball because it requires you to remain upright and steady. Having poor balance and stability as a major weakness it results in a variety of other problems.
Competing in volleyball involves much more than knowing how to pass, set, hit, block, serve, and dig. Elite volleyball players also train to perform under pressure. We offer you the training programs that help you become mentally tougher on the court.
Note: Mental toughness is the foundation of the winner’s mindset, and can determine the outcome of a game before you even set foot on the court.
College volleyball is fast and competitive. With the right exposure you can increase your recruiting opportunities and be able to compete at the college level. College Volleyball is predominately a sport played by women. How are you going to become one of the 6.5% that play in college?
You need to understand the challenges of being recruited for college volleyball
Note: Of the 400,000 women playing volleyball at high school level, only 6.5% will play competitive volleyball at a college.
USA Volleyball is a non-profit organization which is recognized as the national governing body of volleyball in the United States by the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball and the United States Olympic Committee
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