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.
Volleyball workouts, training plans and more. Get advice and information from the best volleyball players, coaches and volleyball trainers on how you can take yours or your teams fitness to the next level.
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.
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.
Mike talks about three different drills using a medicine ball to increase hitting power.
Announcing the Ultimate Gold Medal Volleyball Jump Program. So I am super excited to give our paid members access to a new Zero Impact Volleyball Jump Program I have been working on with Gold Medalist Eric Fonoimoana. This program is incredible and has not only helped win a Gold Medal, AVP MVP titles and multiple AVP and FIVB championships.
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.
Priscilla demonstrates a series of speed and agility beach drills. This set of ladder drills build on speed, footwork and agility to help with all areas of volleyball play.
Marcin presents a six video series of drills / exercises for agility and jumping. Every drill should be done as fast as possible due to the explosive movements required in volleyball.
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.
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!
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.
Dave presents the one legged ball circle, which part of the abs and gluts to engage and more. To view all of Dave Carstenson’s videos – Click Here!
Dave shows the one legged hand me a piece of pie explaining how it strengthens the lower back, legs and more. To view all of Dave Carstenson’s videos – Click Here!
Dave shows the trunk rotation with ball extended. It works the quads, hamstrings, calves, shoulders and more. To view all of Dave Carstenson’s videos – Click Here!
Dave uses the pole and ball for squats and an advanced one legged version with more.
Dave shows and explains the reverse crunch by using the volleyball and the usual objects found on the beach.
Dave presents the six inch killer that is done with a volleyball, one leg straight up, the other leg six inches of the ground and more.
Dave talks about the cross elbow crunch that concentrates on the upper abs and more.
Dave demonstrates the see-saw-plank. This is an advanced exercise that is not for beginners.
Dave talks about the side plank with a twist. It activates lower back, obliques and more. To view all of Dave Carstenson’s videos – Click Here!
Dave presents the side plank catch. Normally done with two players is like playing catch plus more.
Dave shows the windshield wiper that uses the upper abs, hip flexors and more.
Dave explains the opposite leg opposite arm utilizing lower back, hamstrings and more.
Dave shows the side plank volleyball hold. The movement of the ball makes it difficult and more.
Dave presents the alphabet crunch. This works the legs, abs and more.
Dave talks about the opposite leg opposite arm curl under that utilizes lower back, hamstrings and more.
Dave presents where the TRX was developed, the reverse incline chest press and more.
Dave talks about the reverse incline one arm plank that works on the wingspan, lower back and more.