Isn't It Time You Stopped Struggling With Your Strength Training?

Ever been Curious About How Successful Volleyball Players Do It?

How Do They Reach The Ranks of being labelled the best at what they do? 

This Is How They Do It

 It takes a lot to achieve great heights. In volleyball, success is never handed on a silver platter. It takes a lot of determination, and most importantly, lots of training.  
 
But not just any training, but strength training that allows you to improve on-court performance.  
 
Proper strength training is can either make or break a career. If done in the right way, following a well structured program, can take your volleyball game to the next level. But if done incorrectly can leave you hurt and ineffective.  
 
Why take a risk? Ditch the uncertainties and follow quality training from a professional coach.  
 
This is why I have compiled a FREE ebook with 11 Sport Performance Tips For Volleyball that gives you insight on everything you need to know in training. 

Get All These Tips In Great Detail And So Much More In My FREE eBook!

Here Is A Brief HIGHLIGHT;

Shoulder Friendly Pressing

We’ll start this off with a simple tip: volleyball player tend to have some cranky shoulders and training shouldn't make them worse. 

Train in Multiple Planes

Volleyball is played in various planes…so you need to move and train in various planes. 

Appropriate Power Development

Stick to these four movements and to develop more explosive, healhy athletes.

Sleds Can Be Your Best Training Friend

We program a lot of sled work in the weight room because it has NUMEROUS benefits. 

Good Training = Healthy Shoulders?

What do you do for shoulder health?
What’s your go-to rotator cuff exercise?

Trap Bar Deadlift > Back Squat?

Why am I a much bigger fan of the Trap Bar then Back Squatting for Volleyball players...because it has more carryover to the sport! 

Train in Multiple Planes

Volleyball is played in various planes…so you need to move and train in various planes. 

Sleds Can Be Your Best Training Friend

We program a lot of sled work in the weight room because it has NUMEROUS benefits. 

Trap Bar Deadlift > Back Squat?

Why am I a much bigger fan of the Trap Bar then Back Squatting for Volleyball players...because it has more carryover to the sport! 

Being someone that has had the privilege to work as a performance coach in the sport of volleyball for 5+ years, I’ve seen a lot and I’ve learned a lot. 


I’ve also made my fair share of mistakes.

Because of that, I wanted to put together this quick list of tips to help all those involved in volleyball sports performance. 

Whether you are a coach, performance coach, or athlete, my tips will help in developing the most well rounded and healthy athlete possible. 

How Do I Know All This?

They say it takes time and tremendous effort to master an art skillfully. Well, I am not a typical artist, but volleyball is my Monalisa, and I am Leonardo da Vinci.

Being someone who had the privilege of working as a performance coach in the sport of volleyball for over 5 years, I have seen a lot and learned a wholesome more.

This made me master the ropes of the sport, the collective dos and don'ts. Because of this, I decided to put together a quick list of essential tips to help everyone involved in volleyball sports performance.

The book perfectly suits everyone in the industry, whether you are a coach, performance coach or an athlete. Build into a healthy, well-performing athlete or master the skill of shaping others to become the best in volleyball.

Get ahead of the game with incredible tips that will come in handy every step of the way.

Craig Edwards: MS, CSCS, SCCCa
Sports Performance Coach 

Craig Edwards was named the assistant strength and conditioning coach in August 2014 at the University of New Hampshire. In his role at New Hampshire, Craig currently oversees the strength and conditioning program for Men’s & Women’s Basketball, Women’s Hockey, and Women’s Volleyball.

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