Strength Exercise Vault

150+ Strength and Power Exercises

This course is closed for enrollment.

Your Instructor

Dennis Jackson
Dennis Jackson

My name is Dennis Jackson. I have been involved in coaching, training, and competing in volleyball for over 28 years. I'm very excited to be sharing this cutting edge training with you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Exactly who is this membership for?
This membership is for anyone that wants access to a library of volleyball strength exercises. This membership is an opportunity to get on the correct path towards mastering the correct strength exercises specific to volleyball.
What if I have never played volleyball before? Will this membership help me?
Yes, if you have never played before, you will benefit from this membership. You will learn the fundamental exercises that increase strength for volleyball.
How long do I have access to the membership?
This is a monthly membership. After enrolling, you have access to the material for as long as you are enrolled - across any and all devices you own. You will receive new content weekly.
What if I need help or have questions?
Just shoot me an email and I will answer any questions you may have.
How long do I have to wait to get access the membership?
This is a digital, online membership meaning you get instant access to the materials and videos the second you join, even if its 4am. Since there’s nothing to mail and no physical books etc, we can keep access really affordable, saving you a ton of money for all this cutting-edge training.
I'm already a pretty good setter. Would this still help me?
Yes, but not as much as say, a newbie obviously. However, if you've never had professional training, then you very likely need this membership. All great volleyball players have learned how to workout for volleyball. So, this could be exactly what you need to take your game to a higher level.

This course is closed for enrollment.

Disclaimer: Consult a physician and follow all safety instructions. Every effort has been made to accurately represent the potential of this training. Results are not typical, and only represent players who worked very hard. Of course, no guarantee can be made for every single player.