In this on court presentation at the 2010 AVCA Convention, Legendary Hall of Fame coach Peggy Martin takes a look at how the game has changed and how these changes have had an effect on coaching the game today. Specifically, she discusses how these changes have affected her coaching consideration of going from a 5-1 to the 6-2.
To assist her preparation for this presentation, Martin tapped into three of the most successful coaches in the country that run a 6-2 and gathered their input as to why they run the 6-2. A review of their responses serves as a launching point into the specifics of the emergence of the 6-2. Martin details five pros and six cons to running a 6-2 that all serve as consideration for you to select a system that best suits your personnel.
Martin next takes her demonstrators through the serve receive rotations of a 6-2 and shares strategies for each rotation.
This presentation is sure to serve as food for thought in consideration of implementing the 6-2 and why the 6-2 could benefit your program.
56 minutes. 2011.
This is a weak clinic tape where the instructor admits (though an advanced and successful coach) that she is not an expert on this system. She does not explore the advantages and disadvantages very thoroughly and demonstrators and what position/rotation they are in- are not clearly identified. Many of these demos would benefit from starkly different colored jerseys. Very short and not much coverage of movement strategies on a tactical basis and not much coverage of program strategy development pluses.
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