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Talita Antunes da Rocha (born August 29, 1982) is a Brazilian beach volleyball player. She was FIVB rookie of the year in 2005.

Born in Aquidauana, Antunes caught the attention of Olympic Champion Jacqueline Silva at the age of 19. From the first time they played
together, in Maceió in 2001, Jackie was impressed with Antunes' style and invited the young player to partner with her in 2002. The pair won the
South American Championship in La Paz, Bolívia 2002.

After Silva was injured, Talita continued the 2002 season with Renata Ribeiro as her new partner. They won the championships in the
Challenger Banco do Brasil in Natal and they were runners-up in the games held in Rio and Recife. In 2003, she was again champion in Goiânia
do Circuito Banco do Brasil, this time with a new partner, Tais Jesus. She also partnered with Giseli Gavio on the Italian Circuit, ranking fourth
overall. In 2005, she resumed her partnership with Ribeiro and was voted FIVB World Tour rookie of the year. Their partnership won them
several competitions and they became one of the top-ranking teams in the world tour. In 2008, Talita was crowned Queen of the Beach in Brazil.
In that same year, Talita and Renata represented Brazil in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. They finished fourth after losing the hard-fought Bronze
Medal Match to the Chinese Team.

In 2009, Talita forged a new partnership with Maria Elisa Antonelli. They won gold in the 2009 Swatch FIVB World Tour in China, South Korea,
Switzerland, and Norway. They also won the bronze medal at the 2009 World Championships in Stavanger, Norway. Their strong partnership
landed Talita and Maria 1st overall ranking in the 2009 Brazilian Beach Volleyball Circuit and 2nd overall ranking in the 2009 World Ranking.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talita_Antunes
You don’t need a volleyball court to start training for next season. In fact, you can improve your strength, quickness, coordination and skills for volleyball in your own home with
these volleyball workouts and drills.

Home Volleyball Workouts
Warm up for your volleyball workout by jogging for 20 minutes, then stretching your arms, shoulders, hamstrings, hip flexors and ankles (all the muscles you use most during
volleyball).

Leg Drills
Lunges (Sets/Reps: 3x20)
Wall sits (3 sets. First set is 30 seconds, then 45 seconds, then 60 seconds)
Jumping Jacks (3x50)
Quick Feet: Jump Rope Series
Normal pace jump, 30 seconds
Right foot only, 30 seconds
Left foot only, 30 seconds
Double right, double left, 30 seconds
Fast as you can go, 30 seconds
Repeat 3 times with a 1-minute rest between sets.

Vary your training with this 5-minute jump rope speed workout.

Abdomen Workout
Sit-Ups (3x50)
Plank (3 sets. First set is 30 seconds, then 45 seconds, then 60 seconds)
Arm Strength
Lateral Dumbbell Raise (3x25)
Single-Arm Med Ball Push-Up (3x3-5 each side)
Home Volleyball Drills
When practicing your volleyball skills at home, concentrate on your technique. Practice getting your hands into the right position while setting, swinging your arms through while
spiking and planting your feet while passing.

Setting Drills
Warm Up Hands

Quick sets against a wall for 45 seconds
Take a step back, set against wall for 60 seconds
Take a bigger step back and set against wall for 90 seconds
Lie Down and Set

Lie on your back with your knees bent
Set the volleyball to yourself quickly 100 times without pushing the ball high
Slow down and set the ball a bit higher 100 more times
RELATED: 3 Effective, Fun Volleyball Serving Drills
Passing Drills
Pass to Self

Plant your feet and lower your legs like you are passing in a live game
Pass to yourself without moving your feet
Pass to yourself by moving forward and backward
Pass to yourself side-to-side by shuffling your feet
Wall Pass

Pass forward or diagonal, using the wall to return the ball
After getting the hang of wall passing, move into pass-set-hit against the wall (similar to peppering with a partner)
Pass-Set-Pass

Alternate between passing and setting to yourself
Hitting Drills
Practice approach in an open space
Hit against a wall
Perform Dumbbell Arm Swings
Perform this workout three times a week throughout the summer. Find more workouts and drills on STACK’s volleyball page.

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Use a well-planned nutrition strategy to fuel Penn State's strength coaches' eight-week power training program.

Now is the time to get your body ready for a full season of passing, setting, hitting and serving aces. Maximize your training with the proper calories, fluids and
timing of meals. As you engage in the Nittany Lions’ program, keep these nutrition goals in mind.

Fluids
Begin workouts well hydrated. Maintain your fluid levels throughout activity by drinking four to eight ounces every 15 minutes. Afterwards, down 20 to 30 ounces
of a sports drink or enough to replace fluid weight lost during exercise.

Meals
Aim to eat five to six meals [approximately every three to four hours] throughout the day, beginning with a solid breakfast. Eat a meal two hours before working
out; have a light snack an hour before; then immediately after activity, have another. Consume complex carbohydrates, like whole grains, beans, vegetables and
fruits, and complement those with modest amounts of lean proteins such as skinless poultry, fish and lean cuts of beef or pork. Lighten up on fats. Choose plant-
based sources [e.g., nuts, seeds, vegetable oils and avocado] and low fat versions of mayonnaise and salad dressing. Opt for broiled, baked, grilled or roasted
foods, too.

Penn State’s eight-week plan is split into two three-week “build-up” periods [Weeks 1-3 and 5-7]. Energy demands are highest during these times. To support
gains in muscle, power, strength and explosive speed, make sure you consume sufficient calories and fluids with the following eating guide:

Breakfast: Ready-to-eat cereal or oatmeal; banana; skim milk; orange juice; 1 hard-boiled or scrambled egg white or a string cheese. Alternative: Omelet [1
whole egg and 2 egg whites] with peppers, onion, spinach, tomato, mozzarella; whole-wheat toast with jam or honey; orange wedges; skim milk or yogurt.

Snack: Fat-free chocolate pudding; 1 oz. peanuts

Lunch: Sandwich made with whole grain bread, lean roast beef, slice of reduced-fat cheese, lettuce, tomato and mustard; fresh seasonal fruit; yogurt with 2 tbsp.
granola; lemonade

Pre-workout snack: Low-fat granola bar; sports drink

Post-workout recovery snack: Low-fat kefir and homemade cereal mix [Cheerios, almonds, raisins, dried cherries]

Dinner: Grilled marinated pork tenderloin; brown rice pilaf; grilled zucchini; mixed greens with garbanzo beans, cucumber, tomato, onion, carrots and reduced-
fat dressing; apple sauce; skim milk

Evening snack: Frozen yogurt with fresh strawberries