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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.
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.
Jim Moore, Univ. of Oregon Head Coach and 2012 NCAA Runner-Up, helps you develop a faster offense with the ability to adjust to your opponent and free up your outside hitters. The ability to adjust to servers while maintaining your pattern is the key to running a quick and effective offense.
Coach Moore explains the importance of positioning your receivers in a consistent and deliberate pattern to give your offense more options.
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University of Illinois Women’s Head Coach, Kevin Hambly, uses his players to show you the proper “GO” Posture. Hambly demonstrates the “GO” Posture by starting with how to stand then how to move while maintaining this Posture.
Important things to remember are:
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Thanh Pham, 2013 NCAA DII National Championship Coach, demonstrates how players can increase communication and aggressiveness. The name of the game is the ‘Effort Drill’, which is a great way to create better team chemistry while making the most of practice.
In this game-like drill players must:
University of Louisville Head Coach Anne Kordes teaches you how to implement the 4-2 offensive system. The 4-2 offensive system is an excellent formation for young teams with limited offensive ability. Watching this segment will show you the simplicity of teaching the formation.
This formation has 4 hitters and 2 setters and places 2 setters in the front row along with 1 outside hitter. One setter is in the middle at the net, the other setter is on the side and the outside hitter is on the other outside. The outside setter and hitters are slightly behind or back from the center setter. A good hitter should be stationed at the mid-line behind the setter for a quick hit at the net.
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