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Men's Volleyball: Setting and Spiking Fundamentals

Men's Volleyball: Setting and Spiking Fundamentals
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with Don Shaw,
former Stanford University Head Men's Volleyball Coach

Coach Shaw begins this two-part video with a review and demonstration of the basic fundamentals and techniques of setting. Finger and hand position specifics are first explained followed by hand position for ball contact with a single motion follow through. Shaw then teaches, demonstrates, and drills front sets, back sets, and jump sets and also offers strategies for deceptive setting. In Part 2:Spiking, Shaw begins with body position and upper body action emphasizing proper body rotation, "bow and arrow " ball striking position and contact with the entire hand, and a wrist snap follow through. He then teaches the 3 step approach and shares toss drills that combine footwork and spiking. Shaw utilizes a box to demonstrate teaching the spike from the peak of a jump in a high position and shares strategies for quick attack. Shaw concludes by sharing specific drills for target accuracy.

30 minutes. 2003.

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