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Injuries in Beach Volleyball

Many beach volleyball injuries result from overuse, lack of proper rest, lack or proper warm ups or poor conditioning. Safety precautions are recommended to help prevent beach volleyball injuries.

Beach Volleyball Injuries

7 Ways to Prevent Injuries

1- Warm up thoroughly prior to play.
2- Wear shoes with skid-resistant soles.
3- Use good technique and play by the rules.
4- Clean off courts before play for debris.
5- Have a first aide kit on hand.
6- Get adequate recovery.
7- Stay hydrated.

List of beach volleyball injuries

Other Pain & Injuries

Blisters are fluid-filled sacks on the surface of the skin that commonly occurs on the hands, or the feet.

Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness
Also called "DOMS," this muscle pain, stiffness or soreness occurs 24-48 hours after particularly intense exercise or a new program.

Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of pain on the bottom of the heel and usually defined by pain during the first steps of the morning

Sprains and Strains
These are acute injuries that vary in severity but usually result in pain, swelling, bruising, and loss of the ability to move and use the joint.

Stress Fractures
Stress fractures in the leg are often the result of overuse or repeated impacts on a hard surface