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Strategies for Training Liberos and Increasing Defensive Intensity

Strategies for Training Liberos and Increasing Defensive Intensity
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Learn how to:
  • Train your players to dig with precision
  • Give your defensive specialists an identity - they are game changers!
  • Develop serve receive skills using fundamental-to-advanced drill progressions
  • Create the attitude of a "first ball specialist," going after any ball in the gym

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with Leisa Rosen, University of Michigan Associate Coach;
All-American player for Ohio State University, Big Ten Player of the Year;one of the 50 greatest sports figures of the 20th century from the state of Alaska by Sports Illustrated

University of Michigan Associate Head coach explains the importance of the libero, their character qualities, their role on the team and the team's need to identify them as very key players for the team. She takes you through drills they run at Michigan during the season to help these players become defensive specialist and develop the right attitude and give the much needed extra effort to play this position.

Many coaches use the defensive specialists and liberos as shaggers or feeders during offensive drills. Coach Rosen explains that the defensive specialists need to have an identity. She gives you great examples of the characteristics and personality traits that help give a libero an identity, and excellent coaching tips on how to let them know they are as important (or more important) than other positions on the court. She explains how defensive specialists are game changers and that they affect both the offensive and defensive side of the ball. Over all coach Rosen stresses that when it comes to defensive specialists, effort and attitude takes precedence over technique.

Coach Rosen uses highly skilled players to demonstrate some of her favorite drills to train defensive players. These drill cover serve receive and digging. Each drill includes progressions that start with the basic fundamentals and techniques and advances to running them in game like situations. These drills stress getting the body around the ball, moving the feet, and proper body posture. Many of the drills introduced are multipurpose drills as they work on passing, ball control and setting. These are three very important aspects of the game for defensive specialists.

Beyond drills, this video can help coaches instill the proper mindset in their defensive specialists. Without this mindset, DS's can have the best technique ever, but will not get the job done.

Produced at the 2013 AVCA Annual Convention in Seattle, WA.

43 minutes. 2014.

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