Category: Indoor Volleyball

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    35 Yummy Tournament Concession Stand Food Ideas and Prices

    You are in charge of stocking the tournament’s concession stand. Fans might be there to check out the games, but you can bet they’re going to check out the concession stand, too! Whether you’re running it as a fund-raiser, or for profit, you’ll want to make sure you’re offering a range of yummy food options.…

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    Top 5 Best Women’s Volleyball Court Shoes for Indoor Games

    Volleyball season is upon us. Day in and out, game after game, you jump, move in all directions, and land each attempt. It is safe to say your body, and shoes, take a beating. It’s essential, if not vital, to focus on this aspect of your uniform. If your knees are shot or an ankle…

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    Why You Really DO Need Volleyball Shoes

    When trying out a new sport, it’s natural to try to save costs by using gear you already have. Many people wonder: do you really need actual volleyball shoes to play volleyball? Or can you just throw on a pair of running or basketball shoes. The answer is YES! You really do need volleyball shoes…

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    Rule Differences Between Beach And Indoor Volleyball

    Transitioning from beach volleyball to indoor volleyball, or vice versa, is not as easy as just jumping on a different type of volleyball court. Not only do the courts and conditions change, but the rules change as well. Heck, even the equipment changes! Your most valuable time is spent creating muscle memory and not wasting…

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    7 Ways Beach Volleyball Is Different Than Indoor

    For many athletes, the changing of seasons often means a change in the sports we play. For indoor volleyball players, that might mean transitioning to the beach courts. But if you’re new at the game, you may be wondering: “How is beach volleyball different than indoor?” And you might actually be surprised at how different…

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  • What Volleyball Should I Buy?

    Once you start playing regularly, having your own volleyball is a good idea. It means you don’t have to share volleyballs when you’re warming up, and it also means you’re not dependent on the old volleyballs that are in the equipment room of the gymnasium you’re playing in (that is, if you’re even allowed to…

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