This is an introduction video for Velocity Workout 2 – Jump / Landing Day with Chase Cameron. Chase has extensive experience training volleyball players of all ages and skill levels including top pro level AVP Pro beach players.
Volleyball lifting information and advice by top players, coaches and personal trainers to help improve your volleyball game and physique. This includes information lifting using weights, kettle bells, bands, ladders, and TRX.
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.
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.
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.
In this video you will learn about sled marches and the important points to consider as well as the benefits when performing this exercise. It is really revealing how important it is to work with expert trainers as even college volleyball players need correcting on drills as proven by this video and exercise.
The next drill is the single leg step up drill where the players step up onto a 6, 12 or 18 inch box. Not 18 inch box might be for elite Olympic level athletes so most user should look at the 6 or 12 inch box. This exercise builds leg muscle explosion which can be used for pretty much everything in volleyball including jumping and defense.
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.
In this video you will meet the instructor Jason Morneo. Jason is a 15 year sports performance coach who works with professional athletes, Olympian’s, college players and young athletes looking to play volleyball seriously. He personally coaches professional beach volleyball players on the AVP tour like Ed Ratledge.
In this video Andor Gyulai (Owner Volleyball1on1.com) shares some quick info about Velocity Sports Performance, their staff and the training facility. It is important to see this video before watching the other videos in the series so you have a little bit more info about the company.
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.
Below are the next set of 10 exercises and drills for volleyball strength and conditioning. The 10 Drills Include: Roman Lunges, Walking Lunges, High Knee Lunges, Reverse Lunges, Lunge Squat Lunge, Lunge Twist, Reverse Lunge Twist, Front Back Lunges, Heisman Hold and Step with Back Lunge.
In this series of two volleyball videos we go through lifting team volleyball warm up drills. These two videos contain a series of movement exercises and drills the Long Beach State strength and conditioning coach uses to get the players ready for volleyball lifting! It is clear the thought that goes into making sure the athletes are ready.
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.
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 the upper body is just as important as the lower body. Marcin demonstrates how to foam roll out effectively for volleyball.
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Dynamic warm up before lifting increases a players strength and prevents injuries. Marcin presents a series of videos on excellent warm up exercises for volleyball lifting.