Today Olympic favorites -Jake Gibb and Sean Rosenthal lost to a lessor seeded Polish team in an epic battle in London. The commentators called the match an upset which in all regards it was but if you watched the match you would know that the better team won. Sure, Jake and Rosie have a better track record and are seeded higherDetails
Below are extra volleyball dynamic workout drills and well as great exercises for warm-up.
The 9 drills included below are:
• Basic Skip
• Lateral Skip
• Reverse Skip
• Speed Skip
• Triple Skip
• High Skip
• Reverse Skip
• Reverse High Skip
• Long Skip
• Shoe Slaps
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Below are the second 10 Dynamic Warm Up & Workout Volleyball Drills.
10 Drills Include:
• High Knees
• Lateral High Knees
• Reverse High Knees
• One Legged High Knees
• Butt Kicks
• Lateral Butt Kicks
• Reverse Butt Kicks
• Grape Vine
• High Step Grape Vine
• Tap Ockie
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This post includes 10 Dynamic Warm-up & Workout Volleyball Drills, including: Shin Holds, Leg Holds, Over / Under’s, Ankle Swings, Standing Kick Backs, Standing Cycles, One Legged Superman’s, Frog Extensions, Squat Thrust, Squat Thrust with Push-Up. To see all 10 Drills below be sure to sign-in or become a member.Details
Many of you may have received an email from the AVP regarding Jake Gibb’s amazing story of persevering to make the 2012 Olympics in London. Stories of this kind where someone has to overcome a tremendous hardship are my all-time favorites. Ernie Davis, Lance Armstrong, Amare Stoudemire, Oscar Pistorius, and many many others are prime…Details
Standing kick backs drill is great for training your calves, gluts, quads and hamstrings. Additionally athletes will work their core and abs during this exercise. This is another dynamic warm-up drill that has been found useful in preventing injury and getting athletes ready for performance in practice and match situations.Details
Leg Holds are a important dynamic volleyball workout drill that will get you warm and ready for practice. They are easy to do and can be done with athletes of all ages and experience levels.
Like all dynamic warm-ups this drill will:
• Increase heart rate to get the blood pumping through the body and warm up the muscles.
The “Over / Unders” dynamic volleyball warm-up drill is a great drill to warm up and stretch multiple muscles before playing or training! What I like about this volleyball drill is it is very volleyball specific and fire many key muscles used in passing, defense, agility and movement on the court.Details