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Check out clinic instruction from world class youth volleyball coach, Cheryl Butler. Learn a series of Pass-Set-Hit where players begin playing underhand, then progress to overhand, and then finally to overhand. This fast pace drill would be a great addition to any team’s practice.
Make sure everybody on one side goes in the same direction, then switch to the other side once you complete the series. Catch each throw as if you were actually going to set, pass, or spike the ball.
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!
Former USA National Team Libero, Sarah Drury-Petkovic, teaches you some defensive moves to allow your players to cover the court better and allow fewer points. Take a look at a technique called “The Collapse.” This is a defensive move used to dig hard driven balls in front of a player.
Players are taught how to keep the ball in front of them and dig up a playable ball on their side of the net. Make sure your athletes work on this technique slowly and extend their arms out in front.
Learn some excellent agility and core strengthening drills with University of Nebraska Head Women’s Volleyball Coach, John Cook. The 2x National Championship coach will show fun and productive jump rope exercises to use for training. Teach your volleyball players to become better athletes!
These drills will emphasize balance, landing, loading the hips, and creating good movement. All exercises should be done in both directions to develop balanced athletes.
Here we have University of Illinois Head Women’s Volleyball Coach, Kevin Hambly, has his players demonstrate for you progression drills to work the hitting motion. These exercises involve a medicine ball and develop a safe, effective and powerful attack.
Make your motions quick to the target and stay tall as you follow through. Also, keep your shoulder back as you are winding-up for the throw.
Listen to highly experienced and knowledgeable youth volleyball coach, Cheryl Butler. In this on-court presentation see some dynamic warm-ups using the ball. This will help your youth players get familiar with the ball quickly.
These drills include side to side shuffle, forward and backward movement, right/left foot forward, and ball roll box. It is important to spend about 5 minutes warming up.
Take a look at an additional clip from the DVD: Teaching Movement Skills to Beginning & Intermediate Players. Also, view other Youth Volleyball DVDs over at our massive Volleyball DVD collection!