The most common injury in volley ball is sprained or broken ankles. The best protection for this is ankle guards. Other injuries include floor burn from diving or diving without knee pads, broken/sprained fingers, torn rotary cuff, Shoulder injuries (muscles strains), Sprained/broken wrists, and bruises on the forearms during the first few weeks of training but this will subside after your body gets acclimated to the ball.
If I had to guess for years of experience: 1. Should Injuries - most players shoulders are too loose from the full range swining motion which over uses the 2 rear of your 4 shoulder muscles. Most commonly tendonitis. 2. Knee, ACL injuries from frequent jumping and landing either too hard and landing with the knee in an improper posItion to the rest of the body (locked straight for example). 3. Ankle Injuries - Again load bearing jumps and landing incorrectly or on a ball, player. 4. Finger Injuries - Jamming or break fingers due to the constant contact with high speed balls, either blocking, setting or hitting. 5. Wrists and Elbows - I have seen a lot of girls dive for a ball and try to catch themselves afterwards instead of a proper extension which has to be taught. This can cause numerous problems from broken wrists to hyperextensions of the elbows.
You can get a lot of injuries from playing volleyball. I've been playing volleyball a lot over the years. I dislocated my knee, jammed my finger pretty badly, gotten a black eye from a volleyball hitting my face, twisted my ankle and pulled my thigh muscle while playing volleyball.
I think the worst he has ever done is bruised some fingers. I believe he has never missed a game as a pro due to injury, and although he has been popped a few times, has never even been on injured reserve.
In 1895, volleyball was first invented.
I enjoy playing volleyball.
Well first of all they make me feel like i am young again. They symbolize, for me, the togetherness you feel with you communicate without speaking and Volleyball would be completely different wthout the signals. Sometimes i feel regret when i ponder about volleyball because i had to stop playing volleyball due to an injury i received and even thought I am 18 my bones aren't as strong as they should be.
... a court,a volleyball,net and 2 stands.
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You can die. Crash and die
a broken neck
The playing field is a patch of beach!