Insta-Kit Improved Blocking, Spiking and Court Skills- through Leg and Core Strength/Stability/Balance – VB139


Multiple Authors • $11.95 • 10 articles • Item # VB 139 Get 10 of our best and most popular articles and presented so you can start your program now! This kit focuses on Improved Blocking, Spiking and Court Skills- through Leg and Core Strength/Stability/Balance. Includes an index of each article and how you can use it to establish your strength/stability program. Plus as a Bonus You Get- Nine Steps to Establish a Volleyball Strength Program Jumping height, quick court movement and spiking velocity are the volleyball components most coaches and athletes want to develop as soon as possible. But this isn’t how the body works. To achieve these volleyball athletic skills you first must build a base; a strong foundation. Players need to be strong enough to be able to control their own bodyweight and be able to better stop, quickly change direction, jump higher and quicker to make the play. Only with a good strength base can power be developed to optimum levels to achieve these goals. If you build a house you start with the basement and not the attic. There are no shortcuts. Get started today! Index Article #1 Postural Considerations for the Volleyball Athlete To develop good strength the volleyball athlete needs correct posture. Here are some considerations to start. Article #2 Balance Training in a Volleyball Strength and Conditioning Program Once posture is addressed the next physical quality is balance. This article defines and outlines all aspects of the concept of balance training as it relates to volleyball. Aritcle #3 Balance Training Exercises for Volleyball Here are volleyball specific balance exercises. Article #4 Understanding Core Training and Its Importance to Volleyball Once posture and balance are addressed, the next issue is core strength. Here’s an article to help you understand. Article #5 Off- Season Leg Strength and Stability For Volleyball Without Barbells Now it’s time to introduce leg strength as a complement to core strength. Article #6 Core/Stability Training for the Collegiate Volleyball Here’s a core and stability program at the collegiate level provided by volleyball coach John Cook and All-American Laura Pilakowski Article #7 Around the Court Strength Circuit Here is a strength program for those who don’t have access to a strength training facility. Article #8 The Squat Exercise- Is It Right for Your Volleyball Players? The squat exercise is called the “king of exercises” here are some consideration for the volleyball player. Article #9 General Preparation Circuit-Combining Core and Leg Development for TRUE Functional Training This program effectively combines core with leg strength in a circuit. Article #10 Correct Body Mechanics BEFORE Correct Techniques: What You Need to Know Before Starting a Strength Program You are almost there. Strength techniques and mechanics need to be addressed before the start of a strength program and the establishment of your program as outline in the nine step bonus article. Bonus Article: Nine Steps to Establish a Volleyball Strength Program

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