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Former high school coach and 2x Olympian, Kim Oden has her players run through a ‘Vision Drill’ which helps blockers recognize the direction of the attacking hit. Have your blockers focus on the positioning of the attacker’s shoulders throughout this sequence.
Use three different types of tosses and hits to challenge your blockers.
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Kevin Hambly is the University of Illinois Head Coach and his team was the 2011 NCAA Runners-up. Coach Hambly will help your attackers develop confidence in their movements by showing them how to rotate and jump properly.
This exercise is part of a progression which is discussed in the full DVD.
See 2012 AVCA Clinic footage featuring youth club volleyball coach, Tim Vande Schraaf. Coach Vande Schraaf discusses the importance of a loose hand with the hitting motion and effectiveness of having top spin on your hits.
Listen to the noise created with a good contact on the ball.
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Work on proper techniques for fixing the goofy foot attacker with Chris Lamb, 14 year Head Coach of Wichita State University. You will see how to take the correct angle of attack that will help your goofy foot athletes develop stronger play at the net.
The key is to bring the goofy foot attacker more toward the middle of the court and have them chase the ball away from the setter.
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Learn three different types of attacks in this segment that you can use to frustrate the opponent’s defense. Former U.S. national team player, Lizzy Stemke, provides you with tips which will also increase the power in your attacking hits.
The three ways your hand can contact the ball is: high snap, cross body, and wrist away. It is also important to get in the frame position at the start of your attacking move.