Vertical Jump Volleyball Vs Basketball

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Volleyball Training Resistance Bands Vertical Jump Training Part 6

Speaker 1: So, what we're going to do is you'regoing to start here at the edge. You're going to take two shuffles. We've got three jumpspots along the net. You're going to sink down, then take two shuffles, six jumps, allright, as high as you can, two shuffles, six jumps, as high as you can. Two shuffles, howmany jumpsé Speaker 2: Six.Speaker 1: Six, right. Then we're going to jog on back here. Listen up, we're jog backhere, we're going to follow this red line. It's Inaudible 00:00:32. You're going tosit wide and you're going to sit down in it, you're going to keep your feet wide and you'regoing to slowly shuffle. This is a little

more of that injury prevention stuff, okay,very important. So don't let your feet come together, it's going to burn okay. It's goingto burn. You're going to get all the way to that red corner and then you're going to jogback up and get in line, okayé Good. Two shuffles, six jumps. Good. Comeon now, you got to get up, got to get up. Remember, don't let those knees buckle. Hustleup, hustle up, hustle up. Throw the knees. When you jump if you land and your knees dothis you will hurt your knee one day. So, you have to consciously think about it ifyour knees are shifting in. Control your legs so when you land you have soft neutral knees.Don't let your legs go like this when you

land.Least amount of time on the ground the better. Good. Great job, there's a good set. Good.Catch the bar, ladies, set the bar. Quick jumps, quick jumps. So when you're here it'snot this, got to be quick, got to be quick. As soon as you hit your.Keep going ladies, keep going, stand up. Get higher, higher every set, higher. Good. Alittle higher, little higher, you got a little more in there.

How to Jump Higher for Volleyball Fast Way to Improve Vertical Jump How to Spike a Volleyball

Today we are just going to talk about verticaljump height and how to improve that number. It's a test that a lot of people get testedon when they go play their sports or go into combines and things like that. We are goingto work on how to improve that height. So I am going to bring in Morgan real quick.Morgan is going to give us a demonstration of a vertical jump. Ah, it's basically a squatjump but just picture that she is testing on a vertical jump and then we'll talk abouttraining progressions and how we are going to go ahead and work on improving that. SoMorgan, just stand tall. When you are ready just squat and get up into the air. Alrightgood. So, it looks pretty simple. She is squatting,

she is jumping up in the air. But we are goingto break this down and we are going to work on improving it. We are going to break itdown into 3 different segments. First we are going to talk about her ability to load properlyor decelerate. She is going to start tall. Too many times athletes have a hard time withthis jump because they can't load their body properly. So usually it is a posture thingor they don't have the mechanics to go ahead and load properly. So we are going to watchMorgan go ahead and just load into a solid base. Load, good. So out of this positiona lot of times what athletes have a hard time doing is that knees will cave in. So, kneescave in and I lose glut activation. I will

lose force, I will lose energy when I go aheadto jump. Go ahead and turn to the side real quick Morgan. This is a good upper body. Sostart tall and go ahead and load. A lot of times athletes will have this sort of roundedback so I am leaking a lot of energy once again into that low back. That will resultin poor performance when I go ahead to jump. One of the biggest things we see too is whenthey load, they will go ahead and load her anterior. Meaning they jump with all theirweight going forward and their heels will be off the ground. So she is going to load,her heels are off the ground. We can see lack of stability here obviously. She is goingto have a hard time getting up in the air

because she is unstable. Also, she is loadingthe knee. Go ahead and drop back down for me. She is loading the knees a lot; not backhere to the hips. This is her powerhouse. All her power comes from right here but sheis loading through there. So once again, not a good source of power production or forceproduction. We want to go load through there. So real quick: Morgan, once again start tall.She is going to load into a nice solid stable base. So now she is ready, she is loaded throughthe hips and she is ready to get up in the air. Go ahead and relax Morgan. So a lot oftimes, we see athletes have a hard time loading properly and they have already lost heightand power from their jump. Just from simply

how they are loading improperly. OK, so nowwe have gotten that down and Morgan is able to load properly. So go ahead and load properly.She is down and she is ready to jump. So once she has this down, now we are going to workon her ability to reaccelerate up. So she is loaded, she is stable, she is ready toproduce force, now go ahead and jump up into the air. Because of that stable position,because of that good posture and good kinetic chain of alignment throughout her body thatwe are looking at here, she is able to get up into the air quickly, aggressively andwith power. Righté Because that is what we need her to do. Once she is stable, then getup quick. Go ahead and do another one real

quick Morgan. As she reaccelerates, it isour chance now to basically work on her hip extension and triple extension through thebody but primarily here. Her jumping production comes from here once again. So it is flexedand then go ahead and reach, jump up in the air extended, that is where that power comefrom. And that is going to add inches onto that vertical height. So we worked on herability to go ahead and load her hips. We worked on her ability to reaccelerate andget up into the air quickly, and bring her hips through. But now we have to put it alltogether, righté Because when she does her vertical jump on her test, she starts tall,she loads and gets up into the air. So go

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