In this video, dedicated to teaching attacking footwork, Chris Lamb shares his unique ability to "solve the problem" when it comes to fixing your goofy footers! Using players from 4th to 8th grade as demonstrators, Lamb presents his attacking footwork methods by utilizing simple props and painting vivid word-pictures. Lamb's progression begins with jumping, running, and turning techniques that show you simple yet fun progressions to train attacking footwork to players of any age and any ability. Upon completion of the "basics", Lamb brings out what he calls "Handyman Tips" which are drills to assure your players success when it comes to footwork and approaches. Included in these tips are unique drills that serve to eliminate the possibility of a player performing the skill incorrectly! This video is a must for coaches of players at any level looking to either fix and/or improve attacking footwork.
51 minutes. 2004.
This is another great disc by this coach. Brilliant in design of teaching progressions that make sense and will give athletes a "feel" for a skill with great attention to the details of proper mechanics of a skill. His rolling progressions is also a superior disc. I would buy more discs from this coach because his tapes are always well thought out and deliver results with a wide range of athletes.
The innovative techniques taught on this DVD will clearly prove helpful for coaches looking to "clean up" their players' footwork when attacking. However, the insights provided by coach Lamb in breaking down how to approach a ball when preparing to attack also makes this a very clear and easy to understand way of teaching the footwork progression to players who are just learning to hit.
I received this video as a gift! It has been a tremendous help. I coach Division III and some of the young women we get at our program are great athletes but not always well trained. It has been able to correct many of their approaches and really improved vertical and armswing (even though not adressed in video).
I have also used this teaching approach with youth that were struggling with the three or four step normal approach technique, especially had great success with athletes that have dyslexia.
Great video for all levels of volleyball.
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