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…

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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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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…

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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

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 the opponent’s side within the rules. That is, when blocking, the hands should not interfere with the enemy before his attack or other game action. Only front-line players are allowed to block. They can do it in one touch or in a few. Touching a block does not count as one of three touches.

LIBERO IN VOLLEYBALL

Players who cannot participate in the serve are in the block and serve, so he is on the back line, changing position with players who are advantageous to keep on the front line, for example, with a central blocker.The Libero can be replaced an unlimited number of times and at the same time not inform the judge. The shape of the libero is different from the shape of other players on the team. Continue reading

Volleyball forward
In modern volleyball, an attack hit becomes one of the decisive elements of the game for most teams. The most spectacular moment of any volleyball match is the attack. It…

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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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HOW TO TAPE FINGERS
Volleyball players injure their fingers very often. Most often this happens when the block is executed, when the ball hits the set finger. This can happen even with professionals. Novice…

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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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