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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How to increase your training load
Increasing the load The principle of continuity in sports training is directly related to the principle of a gradual increase in training loads. At the same time, the increase in…

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Volleyball as a sport and a means of physical education (part 2)
The complex nature of competitive gaming, for example, in volleyball, creates constantly changing conditions, makes it necessary to assess the situation and choose actions, as a rule, in conditions of…

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Monthly Archives: January 2019

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 the foot of another player, often on the opponent’s foot, although such injury is much less common in beach volleyball. The reason for this, many experts call a smaller number of players on the court and sand instead of hard surface. Ankle injury in volleyball is most likely a sprain, and this is an acute injury.

Ankle sprains
The largest number of ankle sprains is a sprain of the lateral ligaments, and two ligaments are injured at once – the anterior talon-fibular and calcaneal fibular. Continue reading

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 in an adult athlete leads to a rupture of the tendon or ligament, then in a junior a similar burden can cause a fracture of the apophysis or pineal gland. If the treatment is not carried out correctly, there will be a violation of bone development – Osgood-Schlatter disease. This disease was first described at the very beginning of the 20th century. It occurs most often in boys aged 11 to 15 years. The reason is the injury (rupture) of the patella ligament in the area where the ligament is attached to the tuberosity of the tibia. Symptoms of the disease are pain and some localized swelling of the soft tissue. Continue reading

Brief rules of volleyball (How to play volleyball?)

volleyball how to play Volleyball is one of the most interesting team games invented by man. Not for nothing having gone to the beach you can see many circles consisting of those who want to hit the ball, not letting it fall. Aside, you can see 2-3 stretched nets and a bunch of people around them. These are those who have already learned to play well and decided to measure strength with others, But in order to play on the court with other teams you need to know the rules of volleyball.
There are official rules for volleyball 2016. This is a fairly large document, where a lot of information is completely unnecessary for an ordinary amateur. This article will explain the essence of the game and brief rules. Continue reading

Rotary cuff injuries
Rotational cuff injuries Along with the tendons of the rotational cuff, in the supraspinatal "exit" there is a subacromial sac, which on top borders two ligaments - medial-acromial and beak-acromial.…

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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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The most, the most, the most volleyball
Volleyball is one of the most common sports on the planet. According to numerous ratings, one of the varieties of this game - beach volleyball, is the second most popular…

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Jump Alert (Air Alert 3)
Increase jump (air alert 3) Based on the famous program, the American company TMT Sports has created a software package to increase the jump Air Alert III. The program has…

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