Every volleyball player wants to hit harder. You can hit harder by gaining strength/power and also improving your technique. In order to get technically better, you need to have sufficient mobility so that you create the desired movements and shapes to execute the technique.
A volleyball player with poor thoracic mobility (think mid-back) will not be able to maximize their arm swing when attacking. If you do not improve these mobility restrictions you will be forced to compensate. These compensation patterns over the long run lead to increased injuries.
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