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Research & Investigations in Sports Medicine

Specific Periodization for the Volleyball: Organize the Ball Training According to the Skill Injury Level

Submission: December 16, 2019;Published: December 22, 2020

DOI: 10.31031/RISM.2020.07.000660

ISSN: 2577-1914
Volume7 Issue2

Abstract

The objective of the article was to explain this periodization model that organizes the ball training according to the skill injury level and the skilled effort. Performance sports studies determined that more than 50% of injuries are caused by training error. Volleyball literature determined that the skills with more effort during the volleyball match cause more injuries to the volleyball player. Specific periodization for the volleyball the coach organizes the training of the volleyball skills according to the injury level and skill effort, but the session is also organized to improve technical and tactical components. Specific periodization for the volleyball the coach organizes the ball training with three contents (sequence of the skill defined, skill effort and skill injury) and the session is according to the objective of the session. In conclusion, the ball training (technical and situation training) the coach structure the session with a subjective control of the skilled effort and of the skilled injury, but the research needs to conduct studies for determining the benefits of this model for the volleyball players.

Keywords: Training; Injury; Volleyball; Sports; Periodization; Collective sports

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