Jumping and Landing Techniques in Elite Women's Volleyball.

@article{Tillman2004JumpingAL,
  title={Jumping and Landing Techniques in Elite Women's Volleyball.},
  author={Mark Tillman and Chris J. Hass and Denis Brunt and Gregg R Bennett},
  journal={Journal of sports science & medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={3 1},
  pages={30-6}
}
Volleyball has become one of the most widely played participant sports in the world. Participation requires expertise in many physical skills and performance is often dependent on an individual's ability to jump and land. The incidence of injury in volleyball is similar to the rates reported for sports that are considered more physical contact sports. Though the most common source of injury in volleyball is the jump landing sequence, little research exists regarding the prevalence of jumping… CONTINUE READING
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