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How to Keep Your Body in the Best Shape for Volleyball

Volleyball can definitely take its toll on your body, especially if you practice and play on a regular basis. But with the right strategies, you can keep your body in the best shape possible so you can always play a strong game and defeat your opponents, no matter how good they are. And if you take care of your body, you can more easily take your volleyball skills to new heights and improve your athletic abilities. Check out the tips below to start implementing new tactics that will keep your body in shape and your mind on the game....

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Love betting on volleyball? Get a free bet!

This article looks at the sporting phenomenon of volleyball and the increasing numbers of fans betting on the sport and having plenty of fun in the progress! We find out more and look at the opportunities for enjoying a free bet. Free betting – a cheeky route in Volleyball is becoming a hugely popular sport and it offers everything adrenaline, fast pace, skill and plenty to look at! If you’re looking to get started with a novice bet on the volleyball, you can ease yourself in gently with a free bet. This is also a good option if you’re...

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Familiarise Yourself with The Volleyball Revolution

The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) intends to revolutionise volleyball in 2017 by introducing several new rules to the game. The plans were first proposed back in February, but aren’t going to be tested until the end of August at both U23 World Championships in Slovenia and Egypt. But, while the rules of the game may be changing, the way you should be betting on it isn’t – make sure you’re aware of the matchedbets.com method if you want to make money watching volleyball. If all goes to plan – the idea is to make the sport more attractive to...

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Canberra Will Host Women’s Group 3 World Grand Prix Finals

The increasing popularity of volleyball in Australia is highlighted in Volleyball’s world governing body, the FIVB, having confirmed Australia will host some major international events over the coming weeks. To begin with there’s the FIVB Volleyball World League taking place on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th June, at the Gold Coast Sports & Leisure Centre (Carrara). That’s followed by the women’s Group 3 World Grand Prix finals being held in Canberra on July 22nd – 23rd, which highlights the capital’s growing importance in the game. For the final round, the host team (Australia) plus the top three ranked teams...

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What Can We Read From Volleyball Statistics?

In the modern, technological environment that we live in statistics play a huge part in our day to day lives. People make huge decisions each day based purely on statistical data. These decisions can be business or social based, but one thing’s for sure, rarely is a decision made in 2017 without some sort of statistical analysis being involved. One area in which statistics are most prominent is sport. There are a number of companies out there who made a large amount of money by purely tracking and analysing statistics. Take Opta for example. Opta provide data and analysis...

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  • USA - NVA (National Volleyball Association)
    USA has a pro league for men's volleyball now. Article from wov: http://www.worldofvolley.com/News/Latest…nched-soon.html Official website: http://nvausa.com/
  • Big betting scandal in Romania
    http://www.gsp.ro/gsp-special/investigat…lui-525056.html As I knew match Vojvodina - Arcada (last year CEV Cup) was fixed on 3:0 but story goes on and there will be more "juicy" stories. Sad for this sport
  • Is this even legal? (Whole body inside the opponent's floor but feet are lifted maybe?)
    http://www.worldofvolley.com/News/Latest…ules-video.html 11.2.2 Penetration into the opponent's court, beyond the centre line: 11.2.2.1 to touch the opponent's court with a foot (feet) is permitted, provided that some part of the penetrating foot (feet) remains either in contact with or directly above the centre line; 11.2.2.2 to touch the opponent’s court with any part of the body […]