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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Volleyball V Benefits of Physical Activity Matt Anderson Burns 600 Calories Hometown: West Seneca NY Age:27 yrs old College: Penn State Joined Team: 2008 45Min AVERAGE SCORE PER GAME 12 GAMES12 POINTS POSITION IN THE LEAGUE L 4 At 25, was the youngest player on the 2012 U.S. Mens Olympic Volleyball Team Left college following his junior year to play professionally with the Hyundai Capital Skywalkers in Korea. Championship and being named the tournamentsMost Outstanding Player Was 2008 AVCA Co-Player of the Year with Paul Lotman of LongBeach State after leading PennState to the NCAA Mens Division I Three-time USAV Male Indoor Player of the Year (2012, 2013, 2014) I still think I havea lot to improve on, personally. But Im definitely not the young guy on the team anymore. We have guys who are still in college playingwith us. But Im embracing the role. I like it. Im in the middle,so I can relate to a lot of the veterans on the team, and I can relate to the young guys. So I feel I can bridge the gap a little bit andbe a central piece of that. Matt Anderson in The Buffalo New Outside Hitter On average, playing volleyball for at least 45minutes per day helps you significantly gain strength, stamina, andincrease your health. Playing volleyball alsoreduces your risk ofgetting harmful diseases such as hypertension,heart disease and diabetes. This physical activity strengthens your upper body and lower body at the same time and will strengthen your cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Just like other physical activities, volleyball enhances the health of your bones and joints as well as improves your mental health. The sport also affects your body fat percentage in a very positive way, over a short period oftime you will gain more muscle and haveless body fat. MATT ANDERSON 91
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