Planning in volleyball is very important for developing team and individual abilities of volleyball players. In planning process we should think about these questions:
1. how many cycles is necessary for chosen period,
2. how long one cycle lasts,
3. how much content and workload should be chosen for one cycle,
4. which way the chosen content should be organized in cycles,
5. how to harmonize workload and rest periods,
Bruno Rezende is setter of the Brasil volleyball national team. He was born on July 02, 1986 in Rio de Janeiro. His father Bernandinho is head coach of the Brazil national team.
His mother also played for Brazil in women’s national team at the 1980 Moscow Olympics, the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics and the 1988 Seoul Olympics. His parents get devorced and his father married Fernanda Venturini, giving Bruno half sister named Julia.
In 2003 Bruno joined Brasilian club Unisul and few years later he earned call for the Brazil junior national team. In the same season he won Liga Nacional. He also won the Superliga 05/06 and the Brazilian Championship being the best setter of this competition. Continue Reading
Volleyball theory is based on reality of volleyball. Concepts in the theory of volleyball are most commonly associated with specific facts about the phenomena from volleyball practice. Definitions of terms in volleyball have a significant role in the interpretation of the theory of volleyball.
Defining concepts of volleyball form the knowledge of behavior and experience of volleyball players. Modes of interpretation volleyball theory are important for the development of the theory of volleyball for the following reasons: the interpretation has revealing function for new knowledge in volleyball; they lead to the discovery of more general knowledge that connect theory of volleyball with the more general theory of sports; Continue Reading
Matey Kaziyski (202 cm, 93 kg) is Bulgarian volleyball player who was born in Sofia in September 23, 1984. During his career he has brought a large success to Bulgaria national team and to his current club Trentino.
During his Dinamo Moscow stay in 2006/07 he won the bronze medal in Chempions League and was awarded as the best server at Final Four tournament.
Finger injury may be acute or induced.
Volleyball injuries can be caused by inadequate blocking technique, speed of a spiked ball, inadequate anatomic position in contact with the ball.
Prevention: proper technique of the block, preventive bandaged fingers. The thumb is the most common injury, so when bandaging it first you must bandaged thumb, and then starting from the wrist you need to bandage whole thumb.
The symptoms of thumb injury: pain when the thumb is moving, pain in the web of the thumb. Continue Reading
The main problem of the individual passer’s tactics is to defeat the opposing server and provide perfect reception. Today in the volleyball serve reception is viewed as an ideal, safe, unsafe, poor, or as an error.
Ideal service reception – after receiving service, setter can set a fast attack (he is not moved from his position and can perform jump set of spike).
Safe serve reception – after receiving service setter can perform set, but not pre-prepared combination.
Uncertain service reception – after receiving service the ball did not come up near setter (setter has to make more steps to get to the ball and can’t organize a planned attack). Continue Reading
Movements of a volleyball player and a ball are affected by their physical characteristics. Both types of movement are the basis for volleyball techniques. Flight of the ball may require relocation of volleyball players from one position to another. Volleyball player takes a different position on the field, in relation to net and a ball, and to the mode of action that is required in proper moment. Volleyball player acts on the ball by hitting the ball or suspending it. Hitting the ball is characterized by features of the collision between the parts of the body and ball. The most common form of collision is a hit with his hand. Hand-ball collision causes their deformation. Size of deformation depends on mass, strength, strong joints, hand speed and ball interaction with the hand. Continue Reading