Insta-Kit On-Court/Plyometrics Method of Improving Jumping Power for Volleyball – VB137


Multiple Authors • $11.95 • 10 articles • Item # VB 137 Get 10 of our best and most popular articles and presented so you can start your program now! This kit focuses on On-Court/Plyometrics Method of Improving Jumping Power for Volleyball. Includes an index of each article and how you can use it to establish your jumping power program right on the volleyball court. Plus as a Bonus You Get- Training with Elastic Tubing, Bands and Weighted Vests to Improve Jumping The purpose of this kit is to provide you with exercises and rationale in establish your program on the volleyball court. The specific program you end up with should be based on your particular needs and circumstances such as time, level of play/development level of the athlete, knowledge of instruction and equipment available. Get started today! Index Article #1 The Volleyball Resource Advisory Team Approach to Correcting Jumping Mechanics To get the most out of a jumping program it’s important to start with good jumping mechanics right form the start. Article #2 Volleyball Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Favorite Jumping Exercises Here are some ideas from a variety of volleyball jumping experts. Article #3 Box Drills for Improved Strength, General and Volleyball-Specific Jumping, Tom Justice, C.S.C.S., VBN 54 The classic plyometric is done off a box. Here’s a vast menu of box jumps specific to volleyball. Article #4 Jump Training Nevillizms #3- Specific Jumping Exercises Coaching and coaching education legend Bill Neville offers some his unique specific volleyball jumping exercises. Article #5 Volleyball Players' Guide to SAFE Plyometrics In establishing a jumping program, safety is the first concern. Here are important checklists of safety considerations followed by a progressive program. Aritcle #6 Link Strength and Speed for a "Powerful 4-Step Spike Jump Approach" This article goes through the process of linking speed with strength to development a more power spike jump approach. Article #7 27 Week Plyometric Training Program for Volleyball at the United States Air Force Academy Article #8 New Ideas! Periodization of Plyometrics- A New Way to Improve Jumping, Ian King Article #9 Conditioning Innovation-Soft Plyometrics-Reducing the Stress of Jump Training This article offers a soft alternative to jump training to reduce stress at critical time doing the training year. Article #10 Using Sand Training to Improve Jumping With the potential joining of sand play to court play at the collegiate level it’s important to understand more about the qualities of sand training as it relates to jump improvement

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