Ankle Injury in Volleyball

Ankle Injury in Volleyball

The ankle injury is the most common injury of volleyball players. This injury accounts for 30% of time-loss injuries and can result in significant “downtime” from volleyball. Ankle sprains usually occur at the volleyball net when a player lands on the toot...
Volleyball – The Increasingly Popular Sporting Choice

Volleyball – The Increasingly Popular Sporting Choice

When a child is asked what they want to be when they grow up, there are an array of glamorous jobs that they express an interest for. A career as a fireman, an astronaut and a footballer are often the jobs of choice for a young, naïve nursery child – but could a...
10 Muscles Volleyball Player Must Stretch

10 Muscles Volleyball Player Must Stretch

You know that every athletic trainer job is to make sure that the athletes remain healthy. Tight muscles can lead to poor performance and injury and increasing flexibility can help improve these conditions.    Stretching comes in many forms, but for now we’re just...
4 Ways to Recover After Your Volleyball Training

4 Ways to Recover After Your Volleyball Training

With how much we do to our bodies; from lifting weights, running, and even day to day routinely work, we need to balance our body and let it recover!  Recovery is the key part in making all your hard work pay off and show. Without recovery our bodies are susceptible...
What Is The 2016 Olympic Beach Volleyball Dress Code?

What Is The 2016 Olympic Beach Volleyball Dress Code?

The beach volleyball dress code that existed since 1996, when beach volleyball first became an Olympic-medal event, gave players basically two options. Bikini or body suit. But because athletes typically only don body suits in cold weather, the “official”...