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  • Explosive 1st step quickness to gain position before each play.

  • A lofty vertical jump for game-changing spikes.

  • Reduction in knee valgus, particularly when jumping and landing, to reduce instance of injury.

  • Improved strength for better ball control, increased economy of movement, and stronger serves, spikes, etc.

FSP volleyball players train muscles and movements that correlate to on-field performance as well as the muscle groups that aren't actively used quite as often. We refer to it as the gas pedal vs. the brake pedal. Athletes with a strong gas pedal perform. Athletes with a strong brake pedal resist injury. FSP volleyball players have both.

Volleyball players that register for one of our sports performance programs will be able to train seamlessly alongside athletes from all sports, building their personal athletic profile while simultaneously broadening their athletic scope.



Volleyball is unique with regard to other team sports in that players don't have to travel much distance to make a play. That doesn't make it easy! Volleyball requires quick reaction time, an explosive first step, and dialed-in economy of movement to last throughout a long game. Just because players never make contact with opponents doesn't mean it's short on injuries. The most common ones we see in elite competitive volleyball players usually occur in the knees from landing incidents. FSP coaches' number one priority when dealing with volleyball players is fine-tuning their landing mechanics to better absorb ground reaction forces and prevent overuse injuries at the knee, or "jumper's knee." After all, you can't lead your team to victory if you can't stay on the court! This is where FSP comes in: