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Speed and agility training needs to be incorporated into a volleyball players routine. Too many coaches whine about their athletes not moving fluidly… well, do you train them to be fluid moving athletes?
Improving a volleyball players foot speed is actually fairly easy. Pick a few speed and agility drills to perform 2 to 3 times a week. Keep the same speed and agility drills for a 3 week block. Remind the athletes that they need to feel faster each time they go through the routine.
At the end of the 3 week block, choose a new speed and agility routine. I like to choose at least one speed drill that does not necessary mimic anything related to volleyball, but the focus is moving the feet as fast as possible… Fast Feet T Position is an example of this. I also include speed drills that replicate volleyball specific movement patterns.
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Reid Hall runs 1-on-1 and small group strength training sessions for volleyball players at SST Oakville, in Oakville, Canada. Learn more-
Do you want to learn more about strength training for volleyball players?
Check out the articles below:
1. The Importance of Strength Training for Volleyball Players-
2. Jump Higher By Squatting Better-
3. Exercises To Hit harder-
4. Plyometrics For Volleyball-
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