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How many of your athletes can only hit cross court? Former USA Select National Team Lead Coach, Anne Kordes, walks players through a progression to learn how to develop multiple shots and how to read blockers to best take advantage of any open spot on the court.
A consistent approach is important to disguise the shot as well as maximizing hip action in the swing.
Anne Kordes, University of Louisville Women’s Volleyball Head Coach, goes over the proper positioning of your team based on the opponent’s attack. She points out which players have responsibility for covering a tip and where players need to move for other attacks by the opponent.
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Jim Moore, 3x National Coach of the Year, discusses how to create misdirection by playing different sets from the same starting point for the hitter. Multiple quick tempo sets are demonstrated from the same starting point so the blockers cannot predict where the setter will go with the next attack.
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Bond Shymansky, the University of Iowa Head Volleyball Coach, examines how players have to become comfortable in hitting to zones where they can take advantage of their opponent’s weaknesses. This simple drill gets hitters to aim to specific zones on the court.
Once your players master this drill they can then progress to more advanced drills.
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A strong core is the foundation upon which all movement is based. Watch as strength & conditioning coach, Tim McClellan, helps athletes prepare the body for all movements in every direction. Developing core strength will help your athletes stay injury free and improve their performance.
There are multiple core exercises presented above such as the front plank, side plank, inverted plank, Russian twists, and Superman holds.
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