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Helpful Apps For Volleyball Coaches

  • Written by Sara Upton

volleyball-apps Technology plays a larger role in sports and fitness these days, thanks to a huge range of performance trackers, diet and exercise apps, and even tools specific to the skills and practices of different sports. While these tools have become very useful to athletes all over the world, they also hold great value for trainers and coaches, in volleyball and in other sports. With that in mind, here's our look at four fitness/sports-related apps any practicing volleyball coach should utilize or at least take a look at.

Japanese relief for a sore muscle? Kinesiology taping!

  • Written by Artur Skrzypczynski

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Some time one wise man or woman said that sport is healthy and he or she was right but probably did not mean professional athletes or he or she should not have had them in its mind. Vocational sport is extremely destructive human organism , strictly speaking on the movement system including muscles, bones and joints. Thus there have recently appeared new ways of health protection and one of them is Kinesio taping, consisting in covering some part of the body with special adhesive tape, that become common in various sports arenas involving volleyball too. Why is this method so popular? How does Kinesio taping work? Is it healthy and safe?  


Looking Beyond Volleyball Training to Boost Your Performance

  • Written by Jiri Popelka

volleyball-power-weightAsk any volleyball player the key factors that will influence their performance during training or a game and they will no doubt tell you that physical conditioning and the right diet are essential. However, playing well is about more than simply maintaining your fitness and eating well. It is important that volleyball players consider their lifestyle as a whole, as aspects such as alcohol intake, use of drugs and the amount of sleep you receive all determine your performance on the course, not to mention your health.

Exercise: Prevention in the eccentric phase of the jump in block

  • Written by Alessandro Contadin

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In the eccentric phase of the jump, relapse is often the time in which the athlete is subjected more to the danger of a possible impending injury! Speed of the movement and jump height during torsion (especially in case of the middle-blockers), are often causes of major injuries to the knee joint.

 

Volley - circuit training warm up

  • Written by Alessandro Contadin

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The purpose of this video series is to understand the importance of a good warm-up for the preparation of the body (but also of the mind) of each athlete will face in their efforts, thus reducing the risk of injury that may occur urging muscles and joints "cold".

 

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