How to prevent injuries in volleyball
Check your program
No matter what level you play on, a well-structured warmup should be a part of any training session or match. If you use the following exercises, you will build strength and control while warming up your whole body and prepare it for further activity.
Ankle and finger injuries account for over half of all acute injuries in volleyball, and beginners are at higher risk than more skilled players. Those who train hard most commonly have problems in the knees, shoulders and low back, because of repetitive loading over a long period of time. Here, you can read about the most common injuries in volleyball.