Jumper’s knee is common problem that we face in volleyball since we jump a lot and sometimes it’s too much for our knees. But what can you do to prevent jumper’s knee? I am going to share with you few simple tips how keep your knees healthy.

First of all let’s speak a bit about definition of jumper’s knee. Jumper’s Knee, AKA patellar tendonitis, is caused by overuse or injury to the patellar tendon. When you overuse your knee, it can cause tiny tears to form in the patellar tendon, causing jumper’s knee.

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