18. 03. 2020

COVID-19 didn’t kill volleyball: This is how superstars train in the time of coronavirus (VIDEO)

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These are sad days for humanity. Just like any activity, besides pure survival, sport is canceled due to coronavirus pandemic that currently affected more than 200,000 people and killed nearly 9,000 across the globe.


Playing volleyball is put on hold until humanity wins the battle against the new COVID-19 virus. Practically in every country in which cases of coronavirus infections were registered, their governments introduced some sort of restrictive measures, most commonly a complete or partial self-quarantine of its residents. In some countries, they are advised to stay at home to avoid getting infected, while in some countries it's obligational measure  - disobeying will put you in prison.

However, professional volleyball players found the way to stay in shape in this situation, practicing inside the “four walls” or outdoors without having contact with other people. Some of the players even created very interesting forms of training...

Jénia Grebennikov, France


Wilfredo León, Poland


Osmany Juantorena, Italy


Ezequiel Palacios, Argentina


Aleksandar Atanasijević, Serbia


Dustin Watten, USA


Sheilla Castro, Brazil


Monica De Gennaro, Italy


Katarzyna Skorupa, Poland




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