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Weren’t able to attend the 2012 AVCA Convention? Want to review the material presented? Then here is your opportunity to get a complete overview of the 2012 AVCA Convention with a variety of top level coaching presentations! You can learn excellent concepts for offense and defense; indoor and outdoor; and youth, high school and collegiate. Sit courtside to gain insight on how you and your team can improve during the off-season. Check out this world class collection of 2012 AVCA Convention DVDs!
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Gain excellent insight into a high quality recovery drill for your Liberos! Formerly, one of the world’s best Liberos, Sarah Drury-Petkovic, walks a player through the “Rock and Roll” move designed to get a player off the floor quickly and back into an athletic position, ready to cover the next ball.
Emphasize using the leg you step with to help you get up off the ground after you roll.
Learn partner passing progressions with elite youth volleyball coach, Cheryl Butler. Coach Butler has success coaching her teams overseas and has tips for you that will make your team better at passing. Check out this insightful clinic footage.
Have your players focus on staying low with a solid passing platform while tossing the ball back to the target.
Take a look at an additional clip from the DVD: Teaching Movement Skills to Beginning & Intermediate Players. Also, view other Youth Volleyball DVDs from our massive Volleyball DVD collection!
2x AVCA National Coach of the Year, John Cook, has a couple of his University of Nebraska volleyball players run through a series of defensive movement exercises using medicine balls. Your players will gain strength and balance to be able to move quicker and make more digs. These are great drills that can be done in pairs as well as individually.
Have your players move the medicine balls 5 yards laterally as shown in this clip.
See what 2011 Volleyball Magazine Coach of the Year, Kevin Hambly, has to offer for tips on creating strong attacks. Teach your athletes to continue attacking using their hips and core to generate torque and power. Striking the ball to go in various directions will allow your attackers to reduce the effectiveness of your opponent’s blockers.
Facing a blocker will make this drill more game-like. Players still hit cross body and wrist away shots, but adding a blocker requires more concentration.