Missing the highschool season, just graduated with only one year of being able to play varsity, made senior captain. Just wanted to post a good out of system kill against a triple block.
That said, in a sport like volleyball the rotator cuff is put under a lot of strain. Action steps:-google "rotator cuff elastic band exercises", do those 2-3 times per week.-tweak your swing in the meantime to prevent pain. Either reduce the hitting power or your shoulder angle when impacting the ball.
I don’t know why, but I get a lottt of shoulder pain and tightness when I hit, so I need some help😭 ... /r/volleyball is Reddit's volleyball community. We have ...
The shoulder pain occurs usually when I don't connect properly or the set is slightly off and KT tape helps a bit but I can deal with it. The back pain is serious though, after every game or practice my lower back starts to hurt and it's not the kind of pain that goes away after a good rest and some ice.
I`ve played volleyball before and all my coaches said my bump pass is so natural and beautifull. But after some shoulder injuries form which I`ve recovered my shoulder pops when I try to do bump passes. It s not painfull or anything but throws me off every time my right scarred hand goes more to the left and messes up my bump.
A proper warm-up will also help prevent shoulder pain and a light jog followed by dynamic stretching is a great place to begin. Throwing the volleyball back and forth with a partner or against a wall will help the shoulder get ready to hit. Begin hitting the volleyball at 50 percent effort and increase with each swing.
Volleyball‐specific skills such as spiking and serving place a tremendous load on the shoulder girdle. These overhead skills subject the dominant shoulder girdle to repetitive stress, which may cause breakdown and injury to the soft tissues. To better understand the mechanism of overuse shoulder injuries in volleyball athletes, the volleyball medical professional should have a basic familiarity with the kinematics of the volleyball spike and serve.
Use the following tips to help prevent volleyball shoulder injury. Chronic shoulder pain is nothing new to overhead athletes. Volleyball is a sport that requires repetitive overhead movements (spiking, blocking, and serving). When strength training for volleyball, too much overhead action (barbell military press, etc.) could bring on big problems.