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How to Jump Higher- Volleyball Plyometrics Workout (VIDEO)

by WoV
source: fitnessblender.com

Plyometric exercises increase strength and explosive speed, while reducing reaction time. Volleyball plyometrics will help you move faster on the court, and jump higher at the net.

 

How to do this Program
Do each exercise for 15 repetitions. Do the entire thing 2-3 times through. Ideally you should start doing workouts like this at least 2 months before your season starts.

15 Minutes of Cardio – Warm up first

15 Knee Tuck Jumps

15 Lateral Jumps

15 Mountain Climbers

15 Broad Jumps

15 Burpees

15 Squat Jacks

15 Agility Dots

15 Squat Jumps

Cool Down and Stretch

To keep yourself from getting bored and your muscles and gains from hitting a plateau, you can also do any of the following workouts below 2-3 times a week in conjunction with cardio and bodyweight exercises in order to jump higher. To make the plyometrics even more effective, wear a weighted vest while you do the exercises.

Leg Plyometrics Exercises
Best Plyometrics Jumping Drills 

Tryouts can be really rough; coaches often try to pummel people trying out for the team with a ton of cardio. You can be ready for the brutal cardio and make it more likely that you make the team by training before the season even starts. Read Conditioning for Volleyball to learn how to get in the best shape for the sport.

These plyometrics exercises should only be done on even ground to avoid sprains and injuries. Never do the exercises on concrete as the impact can be rough on joints.

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