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Volleyball

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sam Clausen

on 18 January 2013

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Volleyball Samantha Clausen History Anatomy Energy Systems Nutrition Technological
Influences Training Principles Social Issue 1895
William G. Morgan (1870-1942)
Called mintonette
1916
In the Philippines, the offensive “set and spike” idea of passing the ball was introduced
1947
The Federation Internationale De Volley-Ball (FIVB) was founded in Paris
1964
Volleyball was introduced to the Olympic Games in Tokyo
1996
2-person beach volleyball was added to the Olympics
Canadians John Child and Mark Heese win bronze medal for beach volleyball in Atlanta Olympics
2002
Canada’s Men’s Standing Disabled team wins gold medal at the World Disabled Volleyball Championships
2005
Active ages 5-14 children playing volleyball 10.5%
Active ages 5-14 boys playing volleyball 8.1%
Active ages 5-14 girls playing volleyball 13.5%
513 000 people playing volleyball; increasing COMMON INJURY ANAEROBIC ALATIC Calories of female elite volleyball players = 3000 – 3500 calories 1. BALL
2. JERSEY
3. SHOE Is Volleyball Attire Socially Acceptable? Introduction Why do athletes play it?
Team sport
High athletic ability
Fun and enjoyable MUSCLES ANKLE SPRAIN The ankle joint (talocrual joint) has 3 main ligaments that are commonly torn
Posterior and Anterior Talofibular and Calcaneofibular
Caused by falls, jumping, side to side movement, or twisting
Ankle brace and stretching
3 Degrees of an ankle sprain
For all degrees, will have to go through physiotherapy
3rd degree will require surgery
Recovery time = 3-4 weeks average, 6-12 with surgery ROTATOR CUFF Muscle Action:
Spike, Block, Overhand Serve, + Underhand Serve, Jump Serve
Extends, Flexes, Abducts, Adducts, + Rotates Note: Includes Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor, + Subscapularis Strengthening Exercises:
Medicine Ball Power DropsOverhead Medicine Ball Throws Stretching Exercises:
Hug a Tree Stretch GASTROCNEMIUS Muscle Action:
Bump, Spike, Block, Setting, + All Serves Flexion + Plantar Flexion Strengthening Exercises:
Box Jumps
Jump and Reach Stretching Exercises:
Downward Facing Dog ANAEROBIC LACTIC Narcotics What are they?
Athletes and Narcotics
Commonly known painkillers, morphine, diamorphine and pethidine.
Used for chronic pain, illness or for pain management after a surgical procedure
Strong Relief Pain Article Review Stanford Volleyball’s 8-Week Strength Plan It includes a wide variety that helps improve not only volleyball players but in other sports as well
Off season where the volleyball team trains four times a week that starts off fairly easy and progress overtime
The program includes strength exercises, focusing on the anaerobic system through resistance and plyometric training. LATERAL LUNGE MUSCLES BEING WORKED:
The gluteal muscles; gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and minimus ct
The biceps femoris, semimembranosus and semitendinosus muscles
The adductor brevis, adductor longus, adductor magnus and gracilis muscles
The rectus femoris, vastus intermedius, vastus lateralis and vastus medialis muscles FLEXIBILITY EXERCISE PUSH UP SIDE PLANK MUSCULAR ENDURANCE MUSCLES BEING WORKED:
Pectoralis major helps push you off the ground when performing the push up
Pectoralis minor = shrugging of the shoulders
Triceps = pushes you off the ground
The deltoid stabilizes + pushes
The core muscles, abdominals, obliques and the transverse abdominus = stretching, flexing, and twisting when moving into the side plank, also stablize in push up CARBOHYDRATES: FATS: PROTEINS: 55%-65%
Top energy contribution
recovery 30%
Omega-3 15-20%
recover and strengthen after workout HYDRATION: Amount of fluids a player needs before, during, and after competition
Large sweat losses
Sports drink
Fuel the muscles and the brain t
Important to keep the blood sugar high because they are training their anaerobic system. SIDE EFFECTS Short Term: Dizziness
Drowsiness + Lethargy
Nausea + Vomiting + Loss of Appetite
Headaches
Constipation
Hypotension
Mood-Disturbances
Restlessness
Dry Mouth
Sweating
Difficulty Breathing Long Term: Develop high tolerance levels for the drug
Decreased heart rate
Slowness and decreased loss of coordination
Brain Disorders (Delayed Encephalopathy + no-production of endorphins)
Infections
Collapsed Veins
Loss of Menstrual Cycle
Arthritis
Speech Abnormalities
Seizures TESTING Urine Testing + Hair Testing THE BALL Rubber bladder out of a basketball
No padding + bounced Soft, very bouncy, and has padding
A company has made the volleyball have a unique “soft touch”
A volleyball today has 4 different layers
1.Surface Layer
2.Rubber Layer
3.Nylon Wool
4.Dual Layer
Mikasa (a volleyball company) has produced a dimpled volleyball with 8 panels Indoor = weight is less
Outdoor = heavier due to blowing winds
Leather = harder volleyballs, harder to play with, maintain playability
Synthetic = lose playability overtime, “practice balls”
The softness of the volleyball has provided an easier way to remain in the sport
It has reduced the risks of high severity concussions
The Mikasa dimpled volleyball has proven to float longer in the air THE FIRST VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL TODAY IMPACT Yes
Indoor = spandex
Beach = bathing suits Conclusion
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