The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Volleyball

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Price World Publishing, Mar 1, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 177 pages
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"The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Volleyball" is the most comprehensive and up-to-date volleyball-specific training guide in the world today. It contains descriptions and photographs of nearly 100 of the most effective weight training, flexibility, and abdominal exercises used by athletes worldwide. This book features year round volleyball-specific weight training programs guaranteed to improve your performance and get you results.

No other volleyball book to date has been so well designed, so easy to use, and so committed to weight training. This book will have you serving with a higher velocity and overall effectiveness. Volleyball players of all skill levels will be able to leap higher, shift quicker, and flatout play better due to an increase in overall strength and agility. Your spikes, kills, and blocks will all become shaper and more effective and your stamina and endurance will allow you to keep the intensity up until the final point in every match.

Both beginners and advanced athletes and weight trainers can follow this book and utilize its programs. From recreational to professional, thousands of athletes all over the world are already benefiting from this book and its techniques, and now you can too!

 

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From an exercise physiologist point of view this book is misleading on what part of the body is actually being exercised i.e. a good morning is not a lower back exercise it is hip extension this works the gluts and hamstring and using your back will lead to injury.

Contents

Stretching
37
Proper Form
43
BicepsForearms Exercises
75
Perfecting Your Technique
91
EnduranceStaminaFatburning Programs
121
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Rob Price is a first class certified personal trainer and a former fitness consultant at the University of Wisconsin. He is a national weight lifting champion and state bench press record holder who has been featured in newspapers and magazines all over the world, including the USA Today, for his sports-training expertise.  Rob is a contributing author to Golf Fitness Magazine, Swimmer's World Magazine, US Bowler Magazine, and OnFitness magazine and is the founder and head trainer of SportsWorkout.com's e-Training service.  In addition to being an internationally recognized fitness expert, Rob also holds a Juris Doctorate from The Ohio State University where he was honored as one of ten Moritz Scholars.

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