Volleyball Upper Body Strength Training / Lower Body Strength Training / Core Strength Training
Posted by Myosource Kinetic Bands on 7th Oct 2015
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In this segment of our Volleyball strength training and conditioning training we are focusing on Upper Body Strength Training as well as working the core and lower body. We are combining the Myosource Upper Body Workout Kinetic bands for a great upper body workout and Myosource Lower Body Kinetic Bands for a great strength training workout to build upper body strength, lower body strength and cardio endurance. This is a great way to get in a full body workout.
Myosource Upper Body Kinetic Bands:
Myosource Upper Body Workout Kinetic Bands offer resistance / kinetic bands in 3 different lengths for punching, to strengthen the biceps and triceps and also includes longer bands for a lateral raise and overhead press. The bands are great for working the shoulders as well as the upper and middle back.
As you can see in the video above, the volleyball player is working through a punching motion with Myosource Upper Body Kinetic Bands which are great for developing strength in the arms, shoulders, back, obliques and core. Upper body strength is an essential element for volleyball players and performing this punching motion in a variety of directions is a great way for volley players to get a full body workout.
Myosource Lower Body Kinetic Bands:
While this volleyball player is working on building upper body strength she is also using Myosource Lower Body Kinetic Bands at the same time, which are firing the muscles in the legs, hips, thighs, glutes and core. Notice that while the volleyball player is going through the various exercises she is also working on flexibility, leg strength, hip strength as well as a great cardio affect. for a full body workout.
We believe you will be ecstatic about the stamina and agility you will be able to produce by training with Myosource Kinetic Bands. The bands are putting tension on the muscles causing them to contract and react in each movement. As soon as you take the bands off you will feel lightweight and explosive.
Visit our website volleyball page for more great volleyball training videos: http://www.myosource.com/volleyball/