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Speaking of volleyball training exercises we mean all those exercises that are broken down by muscle work into: a. general exercises, which relate to the entire muscular system of the players, regardless of their movements or their speed of execution b. specific exercises involving specific muscular groups of the body and consisting of movements related to the technique of the sport; and c. racing exercises, which involve exercises by special means and with a high burden equal to or greater than the race.
The coach must constantly explore new ways to improve himself so that he can improve others. Updating can be done through seminars, books or tapes, the Internet or discussions with experienced coaches.

The training tools used mainly in volleyball training are:
• body weight,
• high variable burden weights, and
• light weights of unchanged relative burdens, such as sandbags, playmates, medical balls, etc.



Coaching and communication are undoubtedly the most important aspects of leadership in sport and in particular of coach leadership in volleyball. The coach's relationship with each player individually in his team is very important.

The coach-player relationship is defined by a framework that has one common goal: winning the team. It is within this framework that the development and exploitation of the player's abilities is sought. 

The coach is responsible and responsible for providing his player with all the information related to the development and improvement of specific skills, the individual and team tactics of the team, the development of good relationships with his teammates, etc.