Bump, Set, Spike Vol. X: Products from AES Volleyball That’ll Improve Your Volleyball Game

November 24, 2011
by Justin

With the high school volleyball season ending, most volleyball athletes are looking for a way to stay in shape and keep their skills volleyball game sharp. Because basketball is a winter sport and the beaches are just too cold, most NCAA volleyball prospects play pickup games in parks or competitively via AAU. The issue that often comes up is that most volleyball athletes don’t have access to the equipment, or even know where to find things like volleyballs at low prices. This is where specialty sporting goods companies like AES volleyball comes into the picture. AES Volleyball also known as Accelerated Enterprise Solutions, is determined to provide a complete line of quality sports products for your sporting needs. AES Volleyball offers a wide range of sporting goods for everyone from NCAA volleyball athletes to coaches. AES sports offers other types sporting goods, but their most complete and comprehensive section is dedicated to the AES volleyball game.

If volleyball equipment has ever been an issue in your volleyball game, and you want to take your talent to the NCAA volleyball level, you’ve came to the right place. Welcome back to BSS, the ultimate internet destination for NCAA volleyball drills, tips and techniques, provided to you by ScoutMe. In volume one we explored jumping techniques, while two and three had tips and NCAA volleyball drills to increase your agility and endurance. Volume four was a basic tutorial on how to set on the next level, while in week five we learned some cutting edge volleyball drills from NCAA Volleyball and Olympic legend, Misty May-Treanor. In volume six the focus was on bumping/passing volleyball drills and techniques and volume seven’s focus was all about the proper execution of a kill. Week eight’s drills were all about blocking and week nine was all about understanding volleyball rules. This week BSS will spotlight a sport-specific, sporting good company called AES sports, specifically their AES volleyball section.

AES Volleyball Equipment: Volleyballs

AES volleyball has a wide range of volleyballs for any athlete. There are over 50 different types of volleyballs that AES volleyball offers ranging from world class AES volleyball to recreation AES volleyball. In total, there are eight total AES volleyball sections available on the website, with seven dedicated solely to AES volleyball alone. The world class AES volleyball section offers seven different volleyballs to choose from; the one that caught my eye was the SV5W Gold for $66.95. According to the best volleyball players, the SV-5W Gold is the best volleyball in the world. The SV-5W Gold is used at highest levels of NCAA volleyball games. The model features Dual Bladder Construction, along with Tachikara’s latest innovation in patented manufacturing methods and technologies. Aside from those amenities, it has a premium leather cover. This AES volleyball has great overall control, performance and responsiveness and is available today on the AES volleyball website.

Another great AES volleyball that will be great for an outdoor pickup volleyball game is the VB7500. The VB7500 is an outdoor volleyball, featuring soft Cordley composite leather, reinforced raised seams, and a durable polyurethane bladder. AES volleyball offers several color combinations and is economically priced at $35.95.

The AES volleyball site also had nets available that are well priced. Check back next week for another installment of BSS; we’ll be exploring more volleyball drills that will take your volleyball game from the high school volleyball to the NCAA volleyball level. This is Bump, Set, Spike and this is Yorick Hempstead signing off.

 

 

 

Yorick Hempstead is an ex-college athlete who is a sports blogger for ScoutMe. He is always talking sports on twitter @HempsteadHuddle.

 

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