Interesting facts about volleyball (part 1)
Volleyball is a popular sport. Spread due to the dynamic gameplay and affordable material and technical base. Many interesting facts about volleyball will expand knowledge of the game and take…

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Brief rules of beach volleyball (differences from the classic)
Brief rules of beach volleyball Beach volleyball - volleyball adapted for playing on the beach. The basic principles come from classic volleyball, but the rules still have significant differences. Brief…

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Correct serve in volleyball
In modern volleyball, especially in men's, serve becomes almost a decisive element in the game of most teams. There are two main ways to perform a feed: Planning Jump Power…

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Monthly Archives: December 2018

Jumper’s Knee – Patellar Ligament tendonitis

Knee injuries are perhaps the most common among volleyball players. They can be acute and fatigue, the second – more frequent. The most common knee fatigue injury in volleyball players is the patellar tendonitis, which is also called the “jumper’s knee”. At first, it is characterized by pain on the insertion site or in the quadriceps tendon in the region of the superior or at the lower pole of the patella, as an option – in the area of ​​the tibial tuberosity (see figure). Then there is persistent severe pain, which is the reason for stopping sports activities, otherwise a complete rupture of the patella tendon may occur. With the “jumper’s knee”, pain can occur after physical activity, immediately with the start of the training, or immediately, but disappear as soon as the muscles warm up. 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

HOW TO CHOOSE SHOES FOR VOLLEYBALL
When choosing sneakers for volleyball, first of all pay attention to the sole. It is good if it is made of rubber, which provides the best grip on the gym…

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HISTORY OF VOLLEYBALL IN THE USSR
Volleyball in the USSR began to develop after the Great October Socialist Revolution. His enthusiasts and propagandists were students of art universities and art workers. In 1925, at the initiative…

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Proper Volleyball Equipment
Volleyball shoes Volleyball combines some elements of jumping and running, or rather, sprint. Therefore, it is important in it is the ability to strongly push off the floor. The movement…

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Volleyball as a sport and a means of physical education (part 1)
Game sports, including volleyball, can be considered as the highest form of sports games included in the world system of sports competitions, primarily at the level of sports of the…

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