Volleyball Blocking Tips

This video discusses a couple common strength training exercises often used to improve volleyball blocking and why activating the lower abdominal muscles group (transverse abdominus) should be engaged during strength training exercises to increase stability to the lumbo-pelvic region (the lower back & pelvis).
Finally, how lumbo-pelvic stability helps athletes block better, jump higher, hit harder and perform other volleyball skills while at the same time avoiding lower back pain.

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Terry Pettit

Hall of Fame NCAA Head Coach


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Jim Miret

Former Head Coach USA National Team

& Junior National Team

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Nicole Edelman

Pro Volleyball Player


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