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Simulate Game-Like Situations with this Warm Up!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Thursday, May 1, 2014

Bond Shymansky is the former Marquette University Volleyball Head Coach and he provides clear instruction on the performance, strategy and purpose behind this drill. Coach Shymansky explains why traditional pepper creates several problems and how this drill addresses these issues.

Triangle Pepper

In this drill involving three players, players have to work together against the hitter and the warm up evolves into a much more random, game-like fashion than traditional pepper, which tends to be more linear.

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Learn a Dynamic Warm-Up to Prepare Your Team!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Tim McClellan (M.S. CSCS) has coached Olympic medalists and NCAA All-Americans and here he guides you through a warm-up. This is designed to effectively activate the nervous system, lubricate joints, quicken the feet, and prepare the body for explosive movements. McClellan uses the agility ladder, hops, and jumps to progress through a dynamic warm-up. 

Neurological Warm-Up

Drills include crossovers, hopscotch, side-to-side hops, in-and-outs and many more.

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Develop Your Footwork for a Stronger Attack!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Anne Kordes, University of Louisville Head Coach, breaks down attacking fundamentals by beginning with teaching proper “dynamic footwork.” Coach Kordes emphasizes the importance of efficient footwork mechanics in setting the athlete up in a position to create vertical leap from their momentum. 

Approach Footwork

She takes athletes through a 3 step progression which teaches athletes how to use their entire body to generate both precision and power.

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Work on Team Communication with this Two Ball Drill!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

2013 NCAA D-III Championship Coach, Thanh Pham, provides a drill in which the goal is for players to read the game, recognize patterns, and increase communication on the court. This game-like drill helps develop team communication, conditioning, and awareness. 

Two Ball Simultaneous

Setters start in right back and toss two balls at the same time. Only tips and rolls are allowed until one ball is dead.  When one ball is dead, the other ball is played out.

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Get Your Setters to Create Openings for Your Offense!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

2012 Volleyball Magazine National Coach of the Year, Jim Moore, describes the best lineups to give the setter the best position from which to penetrate and run the offense effectively. In this drill, setters must start in position 1 in serve receive and penetrate to the setting position within a set amount of time.

Setter Penetration

Coach Moore uses a stopwatch to measure each setter as they compete against one another for the fastest time.

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