Hello Cascade Family,
We are back again this week with more virtual content. We hope you found last week's vidoes useful!
Jumping high is always a good thing, but the vertical isn't what's important. It's how to jump with force within a limited area - jumping and landing in about a 5'x5' box (sometimes smaller).
Next, landing properly is just as important as the jump. We want you to be healthy and pain-free your entire volleyball years and beyond
Full-body volleyball workout:
Physically, ball control determines your success as a setter. The best part is, all you really need is a room, a wall, and a ball (and your parents permission). You can even do these drills laying in bed watching Netflix
Note on the video: in the first exercise, try to focus on using wrists only to send the ball up, not elbows.
Tip: put a piece of tape on your wall at net height - 7'4½" or 7' for U12 and younger
_ _ _
Head Coach, Cascade Volleyball Club 15-1
Assistant Coach, Wilson High School Volleyball