Volleyball - 2-4 Players Per T Description
Volleyball is a lively game played between two teams who hit a ball back and forth over a net with their hands. Points are made by grounding the ball on the other team's side. Playing volleyball with two to four players is more physically demanding than conventional six-player team volleyball. Greater speed and reflexes, as well as cardiorespiratory and muscular endurance, are needed. Those new to the activity should first learn the basic rules and ball-hitting techniques before engaging in play. Always warm-up and stretch before playing to prevent injuries.
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Muscle groups used
Primary muscles: quadriceps, calves, shoulders, upper back (latissimus dorsi, rhomboids, trapezius), rotator cuff, gluteal muscles, hamstrings, chest, obliques and triceps Assistance muscles: hip adductors, hip flexors, forearms, abdominals, serratus anterior, lower back (erector spinae) and biceps
Approximately 0.042 Calories per minute per pound of body weight
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