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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
The athlete must be able to fall correctly, this ability can prevent many injuries – both minor bruises and bruises, as well as more serious fractures, dislocations and subluxations, bursitis. In general, a fall is an extreme case in volleyball and applies only if the ball cannot be taken in any other way. It is not worth it to abuse frequent falls – this is not only harmful to the body, but also will not bring good results in the game.
In volleyball, you can “correctly” fall behind the ball in two ways.
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