Sit volleyball at Sovicos

Sit volleyball is a Paralympic sport that is becoming increasingly popular. It is a variation of volleyball played while sitting on the ground. This sport is not only played by people with physical disabilities, but also by people without disabilities who, for example, are recovering from an injury or simply enjoy playing sit volleyball.

In sit volleyball, two teams of six players each play against each other. The court is smaller than in standing volleyball, measuring 6 by 10 meters. In addition, the net is lower, measuring 1.15 meters for men and 1.05 meters for women. The gameplay is similar to standing volleyball, with the main difference being that in sit volleyball, you play while sitting on the ground.

Sit volleyball is a challenging sport that not only trains your volleyball skills but also improves your coordination, balance, and reaction time. Moreover, sit volleyball is a social sport, where teamwork and communication are important. It is therefore not only good for your physical health but also for your mental well-being.

Are you curious about sit volleyball? Come visit Sovicos, where you can join a fun sit volleyball training led by Yvonne every Monday. Experience for yourself how fun and challenging this sport can be! And what are the benefits of sit volleyball? You can read about them in the next sit volleyball blog.

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