Doing plyometrics and leg work-outs will help. Try a workout that incorporates exercises such as lunges, wall-sits, squats, calf raises (can be done on stairs, I've found these most effective), etc. Even praticing/working on your approach can be beneficial.
A vertical jump is when you jump straight up in the air
The approach in volleyball is the process in which a hitter prepares themmselves to jump up and hit the ball.
You get healthy, increases strength and vertical jump
I think that would be Yumilka Ruiz.
Conditioning in volleyball can range from running a mile everyday before practice to doing box jumps to improve the vertical jump. Most conditioning is focused to strengthen the arms, legs, and core of the athlete.
Vertical Jump is when they (scorers )measure you and then you jump as high as you can. The winner is the person who jumped the furthest.
to get you jump higher and get exercise.
Height, Strength, being able to jump are all advantages of volleyball
You can hit i volleyball by bumping it, serving it, spiking it, jump serving, roll shot, roll serve, and jump roll
I don't see how falling would increase your vertical jump. You are risking an injury when you fall.
Falling does not increase your vertical jump but does increase the risk of an injury that can create a barrier to your vertical jump.
Increasing your vertical jump can be extremely helpful in sports where height is an advantage, such as basketball. Some good workout routines that increase your vertical jump are the barbell front squat, the box jump and bodyweight split jump.