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Here is an opportunity for parents and players to work together and develop skills on the court. Led by USA Volleyball’s All-Time Great Coach, Ruth Nelson, has players learn to perform passing, setting, and spiking. Coach Nelson focuses on arm and body positioning so players understand how to hit solid shots.
Aim the pass toward the target’s head. Also, keep your wrists together when performing the underhand pass.
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Take a look at some excellent performance training exercises at the net. With 40 years of volleyball experience, Ruth Nelson, has her players work on improving their balance on the “half moon” exercise ball. Coach Nelson adds variety to the drill by having the athletes move their feet in different directions.
Be sure to avoid putting too much pressure on the knees when landing after the jump off the ball. Coaches, provide feedback to your players and create fun and intensity in your performance training routines.
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Watch and learn a world class conditioning drill you can use during practice, in this AVCA clinic demonstration. USA Volleyball Conditioning Instructor, Julie Kaiser, shows you the Kerri Drill which is a core strengthening exercise for your players.
This is also a great warm-up for player’s arms. You can also vary the starting positioning of the first passer in the rotation.
Create a high energy warm-up with the Pass Out Drill from NCAA D-III National Coach of the Year, Jenny McDowell! This routine will help increase endurance on the court as well as ball control and communication. Players are constantly moving throughout this fast paced exercise.
You can adjust the drill to work on back row attacking or front row attacking.