Category: Indoor Volleyball

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    Can You Wear Glasses While Playing Volleyball?

    If you wear glasses, you’ll probably want to know if you can wear them to play certain sports. Depending on the sport (for example, if it’s a contact sport), it may or may not be a good idea. So, can you wear glasses while playing volleyball? Yes – however, although it’s not against the rules,…

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    6 Basic Volleyball Hitting Skills for Beginners

    Hitting the ball is an essential skill in volleyball. Despite if the hit is for serving, spiking, or volleying, it is vital for beginners to learn how to hit a volleyball.  There are various methods for teaching hitting. You could use a three or four-step approach, focus on your body position and contact, or even…

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    How to Relieve Sore Muscles From Volleyball

    Volleyball can be a physically intense sport. As a result, it’s common for players to be a little sore after a game. So, what are some of the best ways for you to relieve your aching muscles? There are plenty of effective ways to ease sore muscles. One of the best options is to stretch…

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    10 Volleyball Tips for Middle Hitters

    A middle hitter is one of the most versatile players on a volleyball team. At times, you’ll need to play defensively, trying to block the ball. At other times, you will need to play offensively, helping set up attacking plays. Because of this, there can be a lot of pressure placed on middle hitters. You…

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    How to Set a Volleyball Without Hurting Your Fingers

    Setting the volleyball is an important part of the game. But this puts a lot of pressure on your hands. What are some of the best ways to set the ball without hurting your fingers? The best option is to make sure that you are using the right technique. The ball should be hitting your…

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    10 Volleyball Tips to Improve Jumping

    Whether it’s blocking a shot or making a serve, volleyballers need to be able to jump. However, this is also one of the areas that new players will struggle with. It requires you to engage muscles in your knees, thigh, and core.  At first, you likely won’t be able to jump very high. But, if…

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