Q: Do I need access to a gym or can I do my workouts at home?

A: You can absolutely do your workouts at home. In the consultation we will discuss what equipment you have access to and I will design your program accordingly.

Q: I am practicing 4 to 6 times a week, do I risk over training if I start working out?

A: Your workouts will be designed to compliment your volleyball schedule. Even in hectic times of the year you still need to focus on strength and mobility work. This will help you continue improving and also lower the risks of getting injured. We will also reduce the length and volume of your workouts to allow for better recovery.

Q: Will there be a plyometric and speed and agility component to the program?

A: Definitely. I have some incredible exercises to help you increase your vertical and speed. The amount of plyometric and speed exercises will vary based on how much volleyball you are playing. For instance, if you are in-season there be less plyometrics and speed exercises because you are already getting a ton of those movements in practice. In the off-season the volume of plyometric and speed work would be greater.

Q: Will there be a conditioning component to the workout program?

A: Volleyball players need to have the stamina to be powerful for an entire match or tournament. There will definitely be a conditioning component. Mini-circuits and interval training are the best forms of conditioning for a volleyball player.

Q: How long are the workouts going to be?

A: It all depends on how much time you have to train. Quick, efficient workouts still produce huge improvements!