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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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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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

Volleyball is a fairly common sport not only in Ukraine, but throughout the world. It is very popular due to its availability. Firstly, this is one of those sports that not only men but also women love to play, unlike football, basketball hockey. Secondly, you don’t need to have special equipment, for amateurs it’s enough to have a volleyball, and for example, on the beach you don’t even need a net, and at least a few partners, which will not be a problem during the beach season, because many will immediately appear. In the third in the summer, you can easily find a suitable venue in the stadium or in the courtyard, and in the winter, as a last resort, if all the free time in the sports complexes was taken apart, then it’s realistic to find a gym at the school and arrange with a physical instructor or director. Now in Ukraine it is widely practiced. 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

Volleyball players back injuries

Statistics show that back injuries in volleyball athletes occur in 9-17% of the total. Most often, athletes playing volleyball suffer from chronic lumbar pain due to a fatigue fracture of the vertebral arch in the area between the joints or in the area of ​​the leg of the vertebral arch. This condition is called spondylolysis. It can occur in those sportsmen who perform intense extension in the lower back, as well as twisting. Another option – the athlete is subjected to excessive axial load. During the game, spondylolysis can occur during feeding and attack.

Spondylolysis followed by spondylolisthesis Chronic spondylolysis can occur with excessive physical exertion if there is a malnutrition of bone tissue and vertebral dysplasia. Continue reading

HOW TO CHOOSE KNEE PADS FOR VOLLEYBALL
Volleyball knee pads are one of the most important parts of the equipment used by both professional volleyball players and amateurs. Volleyball knee pads are designed to protect the knee…

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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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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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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…

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