What is a good level change exercise for volleyball players?

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A great level change exercises is a lateral lunge to balance with passing mechanics. Standing on one leg, lunge to the side (sitting down on the hip). As you reach the lunge position, extend the arms as if you were catching a low ball in order to pass it. Performing this exercise two to three sets, for ten to twelve repetitions, three days per week will prepare you for situations that require a player to lunge in, reach, and save a play.

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