The Myosource Kinetic Bands training is used by volleyball players to build explosive power and strength in order to get higher off the ground. They help transfer power throughout the legs and core to the shoulders and arms to hit forcefully and aggressively. The great thing about the Myosource Kinetic Bands resistance training for volleyball players is that they are able to utilize the bands while they are practicing their blocking skills, just like they would perform in a game. This allows the volleyball players to feel the difference when they perform drills in the resistance bands and when they take them off. Volleyball players successfully increase their jump heights to explode on the ball with more power by utilizing the resistance bands during their stretching, warm-ups, and practices.
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Volleyball players must have high jumps and quick reflexes that combine with great eye and hand coordination to be successful. This is why volleyball players need to be able to develop great technique and increase their power and strength to jump higher and hit more forcefully. Players must constantly challenge themselves and their muscles to increase their strength and hitting power. If volleyball players want to gain an edge over the blockers, the key is to be stronger and be able to jump higher.
Volleyball Hitting / Spike Skills: Hitting is a basic volleyball skill, but is one that few volleyball players perfect. When hitters can jump higher, maintain great timing, hit the volleyball at the right spot, and make it difficult for the other team to return the volleyball they have a higher chance at being successful. Body and arm extension when making contact with the volleyball is vital. Extension allows for volleyball players maximum strength and power to transfer to and through the volleyball. A hitter must remember that the volleyball needs to stay in front of the hitting shoulder. In order to do this the hitter must watch the volleyball setting from the time it leaves the setters hands. If the volleyball is set into a position too far in front of the hitter they will most likely not be able to hit the volleyball with power, but will have to tip it over the net instead. If the volleyball is set too far behind the hitter then they will have to perform a loop hit instead of a downward slam.