College Volleyball. Whether you are a defensive specialist, a setter, or an attacker, increasing your vertical and jump height will help you in your volleyball skills. While playing the game over and over through practice will help fundamental skills, putting time in at the gym or track will increase your strength, speed, core, and vertical. As a volleyball player, increasing your vertical can improve numerous volleyball skills including attacking, blocking, serving, and even defense.
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Here are some tips we teach at our volleyball camps to help you build up your vertical jump. Tip #1: See what you are starting with. Start by standing next to a tall wall with a post-it note in your hand. Jump as high as you possibly can and leave the post-it note on the wall where you reach.
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By nature, volleyball includes lots of repeated maximum effort jumping. Thus volleyball players typically have some of the best vertical jumping ability even when compared to NFL and NBA players. The person with the highest vertical jump ever in volleyball is Cuban player Leonel Marshall who is said to have a running vertical of around 50 inches. This is better than anyone in the NBA and NFL and this can be attributed to the frequency of which volleyball players jump.
One player to note when it comes to volleyball is Leonel Marshall who is said to have an astounding 50″ vertical. When it comes to elite volleyball players, a number of national teams were measured and average vertical jumps for the teams ranged from 32 inches to 38 inches.
L/DS: 24”+ vertical jump; Division 2; top Division 3. OH: 10’9”+ MH: 11’2”+ RS: 11’0”+ S: 10’6”+ L/DS: 22”+ vertical jump Division 3; top NAIA. OH: 10’6”+ MH: 11’0”+ RS: 10’9”+ S: 10’4”+ L/DS: 21”+ vertical jump; NAIA; junior college (CCCAA) OH: 10’6”+ MH: 11’0”+ RS: 10’9”+ S: 10’4”+ L/DS: 21”+ vertical jump