This is the final wrap up and review video for workout 1 with Jason Moreno and Velocity Sports Performance. This workout was the “Linear Volleyball Workout” and the workout is discussed, reviewed and broken down.
In this video Jason of Velocity Sports Performance goes over a drill he uses with many of his AVP pro beach players. The exercise focuses on anti-rotation core work which is critical for many movements in volleyball particularly spiking.
This post contains 3 videos regarding the strength and power portion of the workout. The specific exercise the athletes are working on in workout 1 is the hang clean pull. This series discusses allot of important concepts including why this exercise, how it is performed, sets, reps and different ways of performing.
The next progression is running without weights and no sled. Again Jason Moreno does a great job of explaining what is good technique as well as offering powerful insights for each athlete on things they should consider.
This video is a progression from sled marches and sled skips. This video offers allot of insights and tips on correct technique for running and explosive movements. Jason Moreno describes it as energy bleed and how to move effectively so as to stop energy bleed during your explosive movements.
This video is a review and update of the workout and exercises thus far from workout 1 at velocity which is a linear day. Points discussed included goals of this workout, exercises and drills, the different phases of the workout and training.
This video and exercise is the progression from the previous exercise namely sled marches. Sled resisted skips like sled marches builds explosive power that is used in all areas of volleyball play especially jumping and movement.