You can do this 20 Min At Home Full Body Workout anywhere and anytime! You don't need any equipment, and it can be done in a very small space. These are some...
Warm up for your volleyball workout by jogging for 20 minutes, then stretching your arms, shoulders, hamstrings, hip flexors and ankles (all the muscles you use most during volleyball). Leg Drills...
1. Passing Skills. An easy way to practice passing at home or at a park is to find a large wall (like the outdoor wall of a garage or a public wall ball wall) and pass against it. This allows you to focus on getting your form correct and gives you good feedback as to how much control you really have over the ball.
Make sure to have your knees bent. Have your hands 6 to 8 inches above your face, with your hands on the ball in the proper setting position. Your thumb and forefingers should form a triangular window. Push up through the ball. Try to set the ball over 50 times without having to move. Standing while practicing setting:
Note: If you’re a volleyball player and want to increase your vertical jump without having to buy any equipment at all, have a read of our at-home volleyball vertical jump workout. In today’s workout we will be focusing on building strength and powerful legs using weighted resistance, whereas the home vertical jump workout only uses body weight exercises.
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A strength and cardio beach workout with no equipment required. Beginning with full body mobility exercises, followed by three different strength and cardio circuits, and ending with core and ab exercises. This is another great workout we do either by itself or as a post-practice finisher. Download.
VOLLEYBALL SUMMER CONDITIONING PROGRAM These are exercises you can do anywhere. There is no need for much equipment. Try to do a cardio activity (30 min) 4-5 X Week, Agility work 2-3 X Week, Plyometric exercises 2 X Week, Strength training 2-3 X Week. Don't forget your volleyball skills as often as possible.
There are many common methods of training used to increase volleyball fitness. A few are... Line Drills. Running lines (often called suicides) during volleyball practice is a common method of energy training for volleyball. Speed Agility Drills. A good strategy may be manipulating the intensity and duration of your speed and agility training.