This video contains the Glut Med Activation exercises used by the athletes to get ready for workout 3. These exercises should be used before workouts as well as physical training / playing. Top players like Sean Rosenthal and Phil Dalhausser do glut med activation exercises before practice.
Volleyball injuries are common in a sport with so much action. Here we provide information and resources on knee, back, shoulder, ankle, finger, shin injuries including tips for diagnoses, treatment and avoidance. This area also contains a number of videos on injury prevention.
Kettlebell Swings, Gobler Squat, RDL Stretch, TRX – Y,T,W, Rows – Velocity Workout 2 – Jump Day (Video 1 & 2)
This video contains a number of volleyball specific exercises including kettlebell swings, gobler squats, RDL stretches and TRX – Y, T, W, Rows. These exercises will help your players jump higher and avoid volleyball injuries. The TRX exercises are exceptional for shoulder posterior activation and the RDL stretch is great for hip mobility and more.
This video contains the sumo squat touchdown exercise as well as drills to help work on no false steps with your movement. The sumo squat touchdown is a great exercise and works on hip mobility and hamstring flexibility.
This video contains a number of exercises to help get athletes ready for the movement portion of the workout.
This video contains exercises for shoulder posterior activation. The equipment used for this is TRX Trainer and the specific exercises are the Y T W exercises. The exercises are given these names as this is the shape you make with your arms as you do them and it makes it easy to remember.
This video contains part of the warm up. This includes glut med activation exercises used to warm up critical areas of the body as well as increase the heart rate. This exercise can also be used to help identify weaknesses, imbalances and potential future injuries. Experienced instructors can use this exercise to also identify and modify the workout as needed.
This video features the post practice USC Men’s Volleyball lifting session with Strength and Conditioning Coach Brent Mentz. This video series is extremely powerful and revealing and you will get to see everything from what type of exercises the players do to their reps and how the coach changes lifts based upon athlete age and body type.
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This video contains a number of warm up and work out drills used by USC Men’s and Women’s Volleyball to get ready for practice and matches. This includes: Body Blade Shoulder Warmup, 9 Tap and Reach RDL, and Soft Press for Spinal Stability.
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Mike talks about and demonstrates how to warm up properly with a partner. Always use it do develop good habits such as hitting through the ball and visualizing the opponent.
Mike walks through how to warm up hitting by starting from the back row with easy long shots. Visualizing the blocker is up.
Mike recaps all his volleyball warm up drills and how they extend a players career.
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In this video Bill Ferguson and Andor Gyulai discuss the USC Warm Up and the philosophy around the warm up. This is a good video to watch as it will help you as a coach develop a plan for your volleyball teams warm up.
In this series of 4 instructional volleyball videos and drills we get an in depth look at the Long Beach State volleyball lifting and workout program. This includes the workout, exercises and training the team does! What is interesting in watching these videos is how much the volleyball lifting program has changed over the last few years.
Keeping the shoulder healthy and avoiding volleyball injuries is a concern for all volleyball players. Matt’s had multiple shoulder surgeries before the age of 23 and shows how to prevent and recover quickly from injury.
In this series of videos you will see the USA athletic trainer take the players through series of movements and warm ups that work and strengthen all the major components need for volleyball practice or matches. This fast drill is extremely effective and will massively help reduce injury.
Alan Knipe – USA Men’s National Team Coach – Practice for World Cup 2011 – In this series of videos you will see and introduction to practice with Alan Knipe as well as you will see get to watch their unique and incredible full body workout and warm up core drill.
This video should be interesting for both players and coaches as it show a number of unique warm up styles and needs. Because all these players are essentially professional players they take ownership of their warm up and have invested in a unique warm up that often best meets their individual needs
Upper back injuries are very common due to the number of overhead movements in volleyball. Marcin walks through several strength and conditioning exercises to keep players upper back healthy when playing volleyball.
Knee issues are caused by over use or muscular imbalance, particularly in the quads for volleyball players. Marcin demonstrates two exercises he learned as a certified trainer to correct this.
Shoulder rehab and strengthening is vital to volleyball players in order to spike harder. Marcin talks about four different exercises to keep the shoulder injury free.
Many injuries occur in the lower back when playing and training for volleyball. Marcin shows three exercises using only your body weight to keep the back healthy so your stay on the court longer.
Rolling out improves players mechanics and revolutionizes how the body functions. Marcin demonstrates how to foam roll more effectively on your lower body.
Rolling out the upper body is just as important as the lower body. Marcin demonstrates how to foam roll out effectively for volleyball.
Marcin talks about the importance of stretching after playing or working out. Included are two different volleyball stretches to stay loose. To view all of Marcin Jagoda’s videos – Click Here!
Marcin talks about firing up fast twitch muscles during practice and a tournament. Three exercises are presented and demonstrated to help you perform better on the volleyball court.
Seth presents a 6 video series on hitting with power. Using a bungee cord these exercises greatly increase arm speed and power when spiking a volleyball on both the beach and indoor.
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Cross training with Ed Ratledge involves another favorite beach activity, surfing.
Volleyball calisthenics is one of the most popular and common ways for top college level NCAA teams to warm up yet few if any high school coaches use it in their practices. In this video you will get to see how UCLA uses this warm up technique in their practice.[groups_non_member group="Membership"]