Reid’s Workouts is producing some of the most physical and dynamic volleyball players. In this four part video series you will get access to a full workout that Reid Hall took a small group of 16 and 17 year old female volleyball players through. The four part series will cover the following:
– Foam rolling and lacrosse ball smashing routine that helps prime your muscles to be ready to workout
– Dynamic stretching routine that helps improve your athletes mobility and gives relief to commonly stressed areas of the body
– One of Reid’s Workouts speed and agility routines
– A full strength training routine
– Post workout stretching routine
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This video covers a full warm up routine. This routine begins with a series of foam rolling and lacrosse ball smashing exercises that helps relieve tight and restricted muscles. This helps your athletes muscles perform more efficiently and with less risk of getting injured in the workout/practice. This is followed up with a full dynamic stretching routine that will help increase the mobility of your athletes joints.
Every volleyball coach wants their athletes to be fast and fluid with their feet. This video covers a full speed and agility ladder routine. This routine composed of five exercises that test the athletes speed and coordination. Perform this routine at the beginning of five consecutive workouts/practices and watch your athletes become more efficient with their feet.
Here is the routine:
Exercise 1- 4 sets of One In Two Out
Exercise 2- 4 sets of Cross-over Step
Exercise 3- 4 sets of Single Leg Multi Directional
Exercise 4- 4 sets of Single Leg Broad Jumps
Exercise 5- 4 sets of Hurdle Jumps