Tips for high school and college volleyball players and coaches on how to prevent the most common volleyball injuries.
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Knee injuries frequently occur in volleyball players because they are always jumping or colliding with other players.
With all of the running, jumping, and diving, playing volleyball can result in injuries.
Volleyball may not be a contact sport, but that doesn’t stop injuries from frequenting its players.
If you play volleyball, you know injuries can happen.
Learn to identify these 5 common volleyball injuries, including sprains and shoulder tears, and find ways to prevent injury and stay healthy on the court.
Volleyball is a growing and popular sport around Richmond, in schools and with recreation leagues such as the Richmond Volleyball Club and the River City Sports & Social Club.
Working with Olympic level male and female volleyball players has allowed me a unique appreciation for common volleyball injuries and how to prevent them.
Ever wonder what it takes to be successful volleyball player?