Volleyball is one of many sports where different parts of the body require strength and agility to perform at their best. Sudden stops, jumping situations, landings after defending or falling situations when "digging" are just a few game situations that put a lot of stress on the body and joints. Rehband sports supports support your knees, ankles and elbows and can protect all the muscles and joints involved from injury. They provide relief and shock absorption so you can safely withstand the stresses of play or training.
Pads & sport Supports for volleyball
Especially in indoor sports, injuries to the ligaments, muscular structures and joints occur again and again. This is mainly due to the hard, often non-yielding indoor floor. To prevent injuries, you should protect your joint structures in addition to targeted training and an efficient warm-up. Often volleyball pads and sports supports can protect the ankle joints, the knee joints and the elbow joints from injury and you from lengthy injury breaks.
Volleyball Pads and Sports supports protect you during sports
The Rehband volleyball pads and sports supports specially developed for volleyball stabilize your joints, ligaments and muscles during training and in the game. The difference between Rehband volleyball pads and orthosis lies in the way they work:
Rehband volleyball knee pads or elbow pads as well as Rehband sports supports warm the muscles, act with compression on the joint and stabilize the ankles, knees, elbows, etc. A sports brace is often used after injuries to speed up the healing process and reduce effusion. However, it can also be worn as a precautionary measure to prevent injuries from occurring in the first place. Volleyball pads prevent bruises and abrasions on knees and elbows, while a knee brace or an elbow brace protects your joints from twisting and resulting injuries by compression and stabilization. It can do this without restricting your movement. In fact, this is a characteristic of a good brace: no restriction of movement and high wearing comfort. Alternatively, you can stabilize your joints with a tape or sports tape.