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…

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HOW TO CHOOSE CLOTHES FOR VOLLEYBALL
Many beginner volleyball players are mistaken in thinking that the old T-shirt, sweatpants and sneakers "for all occasions" are quite suitable for classes. Neglecting the right choice of equipment for…

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Volleyball shoulder injury
Hello. This article about shoulder injuries in volleyball, it consists of two parts: from my personal experience, where I tell you what to do to at least reduce shoulder pain…

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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 a whole. This article discusses the effect of physical activity in the form of a volleyball game on the development of physical qualities of university students. Improving the ways and methods of playing volleyball is an urgent issue. That is why the purpose of the article is to consider the exercises, the implementation of which helps in preparing for the game of volleyball, thereby affecting the physical qualities of students. 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

Volleyball Injuries

The other side of the sport is volleyball injuries
Injuries in volleyball are not so common compared to other team games, such as football or hockey. This is primarily due to the fact that volleyball is a non-contact sport – players rarely contact each other. On the other hand, if we compare volleyball with other non-contact sports (gymnastics, skiing, tennis), then in this case it can be called quite traumatic.

Localization of injuries in volleyball
Specialists conducted a study of injuries when playing volleyball for some rather long period of time. If we neglect the error, we can distinguish a clear trend. Most often, volleyball players injure the ankle, in second place – an injury to the fingers and hands, complete a series of injuries to the knees and shoulders. Continue reading

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 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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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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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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