Test 360

Performance Tests in Volleyball

Volleyball is a sport in which both skill and fitness play a very significant part.

There are different fitness requirements for the different playing positions, all players on a volleyball team need to be able to play in all positions at some time, so all the following fitness tests would be relevant.

EVALUATION WITH HI-LEVEL DEVICES

Anthropometric and motoric test measurements are made objectively with state-of-the-art sporty performance measuring devices. Collected data are evaluated by specialist teams for sports branch and age groups and compared with national and international norms. Later, this data is interpreted by the experts of motion and training science, and the strengths and weaknesses of the athlete are determined. The results of the anthropometric and motoric test measurements are given to both the coach and the athlete as a performance evaluation chamber. Training programs for each athlete are made in accordance with specific, purposeful and purposeful goals, followed by development system.

In our all camp programs, Test 360 is available and must for all athletes !

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Strength and Power

Explosive leg power is very important for vertical jumping and speed of movement around the court. Strength and power tests should also be done to determine initial levels and to monitor strength changes in conjunction with training programs. Core stability and abdominal function is important in agility and balance, and in the controlling of movement and execution of skills..

Speed and agility

Acceleration and agility are very important in volleyball, for moving with balance quickly around the court. You may also want to do a volleyball specific agility test, which can incorporate movements around the court to simulate actual movements that my be encountered during games.

 

Flexibility

The flexibility tests should be specific to the actions of volleyball. Being flexible enables greater range of movement in the execution of spiking, and movements around the court may be easier. Good flexibility may also reduce the incidence of injury in the long term.

MEASURING IN TEST 360
1. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PREPARATION SURVEY (PARQ TEST)

2. ANTROPOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS
• BODY % FAT RATE,
• BODY TOTAL FAT WEIGHT,
• MUSCLE, BONE WEIGHT,
• EVALUATION OF BODY STRUCTURE AND REMOVAL OF BODY TYPES (SOMATOTIP),
• DETERMINING THE TYPE OF BREEDING (BEL / HIP),
• BODY MASS INDEX
• COMPARTMENT NUTRITION & SYSTOLIC AND DIASTOLIC PRESSURE 
3. MOTORIC MEASUREMENTS
• RIGHT - LEFT HAND CLUTCH FORCE
• STATIC SQUAT
• PLANK
• VERTICAL SPLIT
• VISUAL REACTION
• SPEED
• AGILITY
• TOP DRIVE
• FLEXIBILITY
• MAXIMUM OXYGEN CAPACITY

4. POSTURE ANALYSIS

5. FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SCREEN 
6. MENTAL ENDURANCE and SUITABİLİTY