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Mick Haley's Defensive Strategies: Individual & Team Skills

with Todd Dagenais,
University of Central Florida Head Coach;
former USC Assistant Coach

In this comprehensive defensive presentation, Mick Haley's assistant, Todd Dagenais, shares virtually all aspects of teaching, coaching, and drilling team and individual defensive skills. Coach Dagenais begins the presentation by sharing USC Volleyball's "Six Principles of Defense and Training" and then moves onto the court for defensive skill development to present instruction and breakdowns (group and team) for nine specific skill areas; they are:

  • Proper Body Position - Establishing the body position that affords maximum core management.
  • Principles of Contact - How to get to the target and 3 rules for contact.
  • Principles of Recovery - Demos of what needs to happen after ball contact.
  • Principles of Movement - Proper feet movement, eye position, core placement.
  • Movement Skills - Specific instruction for shuffling, running, and getting to drop rotation.
  • Progression Drills -7 different lead up drills - individual and group.
  • Mid-Position Skills - 12 different skills for passing and digging
  • Low Position Skills - Rolling and recovery including "extremely low dig" move.
  • Emergency Skills - 8 unique skills for defensive emergencies.

Dagenais shares invaluable tips as each move is made and each drill executed that gives a great model of teaching, coaching and motivating players to not only learn the skill but to be accountable for their defensive skill responsibilities.

49 minutes. 2006.

Mick Haley's Defensive Strategies: Systems & Concepts

featuring Mick Haley,
USC Head Women's Volleyball Coach;
2x national champions (2002 and 2003),
six NCAA Final Four appearances (2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2011);
2011 Pac-12 Coach of the Year; 2003 AVCA National Coach of the Year; 2000 US Women's Olympic Volleyball Coach; 6x NJCAA Champion; over 1,150 career wins; Distinguished member of the AVCA Hall of Fame (2006)

In this long awaited video, Mick Haley shares the defensive system that his team's success has centered around. He describes his system as "a system that breathes, that is flexible, and easy to put in, and can be used at every level." Haley begins with a "common language" segment, sharing his systems of identifying and numbering positions and zones with the goal of simplicity. In Part 1, "Concepts," Haley shares a detailed lesson on 12 concepts that are "rules to live by" and serve as the building blocks for bringing specificity to his defensive strategy. In Part 2, "Defensive Systems," Haley presents a complete comprehensive marker board breakdown of his Rotation Defense, including area assignments, responsibilities, and variations. In Part 3, "On the Court," Haley takes you through the defense step by step with his players demonstrating the system and it's nuances. Not only do you get the benefit of the system itself, you get the added benefit of one of the world's top coaches, in action, drilling his team with defense. You will see how Haley motives, teaches, and holds his players accountable for every phase of the system! To further enhance understanding the defense, Haley includes game footage showing the system in action and at game speed.

59 minutes. 2006.

Mick Haley's Defensive Strategies: Team Drills & Progressions

with Todd Dagenais,
University of Central Florida Head Coach;
former USC Assistant Coach

In this team defense video, Haley assistant Todd Dagenais shares the drills and progressions that are at the heart of training Haley's defensive system. In Part 1, Ball Control Drills, Coach Dagenais shares two drills that work short and deep arc passing skills. Part 2, Pepper Series, includes three different drills that incorporate several technique options that incorporate individual defensive skill techniques into the drills. In Part 3, Dig and Set Series, Dagenais includes 10 different drills along with several variations to focus on specific aspects of digging. In Part 4, Run Through Series, Dagenais picks up the pace with a five drill series that challenges the players to read and react at game speed. Part 5, Team Defense Drills, includes over seven different team drills that challenge the defense with nearly every imaginable situation. Not only will you learn drills, you can watch the positive high-energy coaching styles of both Haley and Dagenais and see how they coach to bring out the best in their players and team.

64 minutes. 2006.

Mick Haley's Winning Strategies: Coaching Rally Scoring

featuring Mick Haley,
USC Head Women's Volleyball Coach;
2x national champions (2002 and 2003),
six NCAA Final Four appearances (2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2011);
2011 Pac-12 Coach of the Year; 2003 AVCA National Coach of the Year; 2000 US Women's Olympic Volleyball Coach; 6x NJCAA Champion; over 1,150 career wins; Distinguished member of the AVCA Hall of Fame (2006)

Mick Haley's introduction to Rally scoring came as the US Olympic Coach in 2000. With the rally replacing the side out game, Coach Haley was well ahead of the curve. Haley views the rally game as "a sprint to 25 - a game of maximizing your potential and minimizing your errors." In this DVD, Haley shares the concepts, statistical strategies, and drills that will greatly influence how you view the rally game and how you approach the rally game! In Part 1, Basic Concepts of Rally Scoring, Haley shares his views on the rally system and shares seven statistics-based facts of the rally game that will point out which areas to focus on. Haley also discusses keys and strategies for "how to score more points!" In Part 2, Winning Statistics for the Rally Game, Haley discusses player performance and presents a system of stats that he utilizes to evaluate play that point out team strengths and weaknesses as it relates to achieving scoring efficiency necessary to win in the rally system. He shares his system of numbering and formulas on how to identify benchmarks in each area of play. In Part 3, Constructing a Winning Lineup, Haley shares how to construct a lineup that will offer the most effective attack options that incorporate his precise strategic approach to the rally game. He shows how to chart your system by charting each rotation. In Part 4, Rally Game Attacking, Haley shares a five-strategy attack approach to take advantage of attack opportunities. In Part 5, Drills for Rally Scoring, Haley diagrams/demonstrates three "rally specific" drills that he utilizes to teach and reinforce a high percentage hitting game. This DVD is sure to help you take full advantage of the rally scoring system.

59 minutes. 2006.

Mick Haley's Winning Strategies: Positive Self-Talk & Mental Conditioning

with Dr. Mike Voight,
USC Volleyball Sport Psychology Consultant

As a former coach and current Sport Psychology consultant in the sport, Mike Voight has experienced and seen first hand "the power of positive." Whether it is self-talk for individual pressure from within or external pressure from a coach, or other aspects of team play, a player and/or coach should always have a plan to overcome the negative and accentuate the positive. In this presentation, Dr. Voight takes you through eight different volleyball situations that present mental challenges for players and coaches alike. In an insightful presentation, the first six situations take you into the mind of a player as she is faced with six of the most common challenges in the sport: 1) Fear of Failure, 2) Making a Run of Mistakes, 3) Receiving Constructive Criticism, 4) Dealing with Fans and Opponents, 5) Entering the Game as a Substitute, 6) Serving Under Pressure. In each of these situations, you will hear what is going through the player's mind in a negative self-talk portrayal followed by a positive self-talk portrayal. Voight offers strategies to assist in avoiding negative self-talk and how to program one's self for positive self-talk. In Situation 7, Refocusing After Breaks and Time-outs, Voight shares ideas on how to come out of each situation with a positive focus. In Situation 8, Speed of Play, Voight shares strategies for both players and coaches on not letting the game become a mental blur to a player, and how to slow down emotionally and focus on one play at a time. This presentation offers a unique and highly effective way to allow a player to witness firsthand how they can take control and realize "the power of positive."

45 minutes. 2006.


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