HOW TO CHOOSE A VOLLEYBALL NET
Modern volleyball nets are made according to the "no-knot" technology, from synthetic fiber (usually polypropylene) in a special way woven into durable threads. By the way, the thicker the thread…

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BLOCKING IN VOLLEYBALL
A game technique in which the defending team prevents the ball from moving to its side, blocking its course with any part of the body, usually with hands transferred to…

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Volleyball as a means of improving work with students
Volleyball as a means of improving work with students. Health as a category of being is the most important priority in life all over the world (A.V. Vekhov, 2001). If…

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Volleyball as a means of improving work with students

Volleyball as a means of improving work with students. Health as a category of being is the most important priority in life all over the world (A.V. Vekhov, 2001). If other values ​​of being (education, life, material well-being, etc.) are forced to take care of, then the attitude to health is formed as an element of national culture. Unfortunately, in our country, health is perceived as something given, and in case of violation of health, responsibility for its restoration is usually blamed on others. V. Halikov and G. Halikova (2013) note that the state of health of children and adolescents according to official data continues to deteriorate. The indicator of the total incidence of children aged 15 years in 2015 compared with 2014 increased by 14.3%. An increase in the incidence rate is noted for all classes of diseases. Continue reading

Subscapular neuropathy

Innervation of the muscles of the shoulder girdle, rear view Oversaturated neuropathy as a disease is quite rare, although it can occur quite often among volleyball players. This is inflammation and the occurrence of complete or partial non-conductivity of the suprascapular nerve due to its mechanical infringement. The suprascapular nerve is a short branch of the brachial plexus with the beginning of the fifth and sixth cervical roots. This nerve extends laterally under the scapular-hyoid and trapezius muscles, then it enters the front notch of the upper edge of the scapula in the region of the suprascapular notch or notch under the scapular superior transverse ligament. Then he goes on the back side of the scapula, into the supraspinatus fossa. Then its branching appears, one branch passes through the supraspinatus muscle, and the second – through the scapular spine under the lower scapular transverse ligament into the infraspinatus fossa and the infraspinatus muscle. Continue reading

The right fall technique in volleyball

The athlete must be able to fall correctly, this ability can prevent many injuries – both minor bruises and bruises, as well as more serious fractures, dislocations and subluxations, bursitis. In general, a fall is an extreme case in volleyball and applies only if the ball cannot be taken in any other way. It is not worth it to abuse frequent falls – this is not only harmful to the body, but also will not bring good results in the game.

In volleyball, you can “correctly” fall behind the ball in two ways.

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Ankle injury
Ankle injury in volleyball is the most common - almost half of the total number of injuries. Most often, such an injury occurs when landing after a jump, and on…

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Volleyball as a means of developing the physical qualities of university students
Physical education in a higher educational institution is a particularly significant part of the educational process, which has a positive effect on the general condition of the student’s body as…

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HISTORY OF VOLLEYBALL
Volleyball is a team sport in which two teams compete on the court, separated by a net, while striving to direct the ball so that it is on the opponent’s…

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Osgood-Schlatter disease
In young athletes with their underdeveloped bone system, the bones are more supple, the cartilage is softer, and the ligaments, on the contrary, are more powerful. Therefore, if some burden…

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