Explanation. Get into a half squat position and explode upwards into a vertical jump. When in mid-air spin in a 180-degree motion and land softly back into a half squat. Once you’re back in the half squat position perform the exercise again.
Light jog for 5 minutes. Jump rope or Jumping jacks for 3-5 minutes. 3 sets of 16 reps of lunges (body weight) Slow motion Squats – 4 sets, 12 reps – 1 minute rest. Tuck Jumps – 4 sets, 8 reps – 2 minutes rest. Alternating Jump Lunges – 4 sets, 10 reps – 1 minute 30 seconds rest.
Maximize Results With Kbands. Volleyball players benefit in two ways by using Kbands resistance when working on jump height drills. Not only do Kbands add resistance and strengthen the body's jumping muscles so that jumps get higher, but they also help stabilize the knees to prevent injury.
This Volleyball Jump Training drill could be done with a set of dumbbells, a kettlebell/s or even a barbell. That depends on what you want to get out of the workout. You could perform this drill by lifting a kettlebell off the ground, while extending from a 90 degree squat position and then lowering yourself in a squat position again while placing that kettlebell back on the ground.
Jumping rope is a great workout for a volleyball player. It focuses on foot speed, coordination, timing, and leg strength. When you are doing this, the biggest key to jumping rope and improving your vertical is keep on your toes the entire time.
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Here are some tips we teach at our volleyball camps to help you build up your vertical jump. Tip #1: See what you are starting with. Start by standing next to a tall wall with a post-it note in your hand. Jump as high as you possibly can and leave the post-it note on the wall where you reach.