What is a dynamic warm-up for volleyball?

Dynamic warm-up exercises are movements that mimic the activity or sport you are about to participate in. A dynamic volleyball warm-up may consist of three to five minutes of squatting, side-to-side lunging, front lunging, rotational lunging, hopping, and arm circles. When performing this type of warm-up you are preparing the entire body for the rigors of the sport of volleyball. The dynamic warm-up may take the place of an aerobic warm-up, which should be done immediately after foam rolling.

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