Introduction The rapid development of competitive sports in the world requires volleyball players not just sufficient physical fitness but also the ability to understand and learn advanced techniques and tactics. In response to the increasing pace of competitive sports, research on fatigue injuries in volleyball players must be deepened and expanded, making coaches and players aware of sports injuries and their means of prevention. Objective Explore the fatigue injury characteristics in volleyball players under jump resistance training. Methods 157 volleyball players from eight sports colleges were selected as the research subject. Composed of 94 male volleyball players and 63 female volleyball players. Results In the investigation of the 157 volleyball players, 153 had some degree of injury, representing a total of 97.1% of the players, and only four non-injured, representing 1.80%; 95 people were injured in special technical training (61.20%); 43 were injured in advanced training (27.62%); 17 people were injured in preparatory activities (10.86%). No one was injured during relaxation activities. Conclusion Preventive measures for fatigue injuries in volleyball players include strengthening with medical supervision and balanced exercise load distribution. With attention to rational preparation of activities including strengthening and knee joint flexibility. Evidence level II; Therapeutic Studies - Investigating the results.