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It's usually best to perform static stretches at the end of a workout as part of a cool down for volleyball. Static stretching before a workout can actually make you less explosive. Think of dynamic exercises as warming up the muscles for quick explosive movements. Static exercises lengthen and relax the muscles.
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Volleyball Triangle Cool Down 4 Passing Drills One player in the middle spikes the ball to a player, who will set the ball up and another player must...
Complete a proper cool-down after training and competition (including stretching). Incorporate strength training to minimize muscle imbalances and prevent injuries caused by the explosive movements required during volleyball. Include cardiovascular endurance training to prevent fatigue in later stages of a game.
Cool Down activity: 1. Slow March: In this activity, we slowly lower the knees and march as if the arms were slowly twisted. It cools your body. Cool-down Exercises: 1. Sitting Toe Touch: To improve the flexibility of the hamstrings and lower back muscles. Keep your torso upright and feet straight. Lean forward and hold your leg with your hands.
20 dynamic volleyball warmups and stretches 1. High knee hug Type of warmup: Balance Purpose: This volleyball warmup stretches hip flexors and adds a balance... 2. High knees Type of warmup: Balance Purpose: High knees is a plyometric exercise that prepares the lower body for... 3. High knees ...
Use your ankles to take small steps back up to your hands. Forward Lunge Walks. Lunges are one of the best warm up exercises for volleyball. Volleyball players that aren't familiar with this movement will likely experience an unfamiliar soreness.