Why is volleyball speed, explosion, and agility training important?
Serve speeds > 38 mph have the greatest chance of success
*Volleyball ACE Power Tips, 11/28/12, Vol 23, #24
Volleyball is a physically demanding sport, requiring strength, power, agility, and speed
Skills and drills alone are simply not effective at bringing about increases in athlete performance.
It is no surprise that the highest jumper makes for the best volleyball athlete. It has been shown that in one game, players execute on average 85 jumps per hour. Of these jumps, blocking accounts for approximately 27% of the jumps.
Our training gives athletes a competitive edge. We use the VERT (https://www.myvert.com/) electronic system to measure vertical jumps; you improve what you measure. Contact us to start training!
Volleyball Vertical Jump Camps (2021)
June 22, 29, July 6, 13, 20, 27
Improve your vertical
Gain hitting power
Contact Coach Ajamu "Mu" Olaniyan at firstname.lastname@example.org for information and to register.
Volleyball Vertical Combine
August (Brookfield, WI)
The VERT system (https://www.myvert.com/) will be used for testing and training. Participants will work on the the following jumps:
Volleyball players jump an average of 85 times/game. Middle and Outside hitters can jump as many as 160 times/game. The average high for hitters is 22"; how do you measure up?