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Former AVCA National Coach of the Year, Judy Green, provides you with a 6 vs 6 drill called Biggie Smalls. This drill is designed to teach players to score using off speed shots and not simply hitting as hard as possible all the time. Changing the tempo of shots and learning to score is critical to success.
One side plays “big” the other plays “small”
Big is always swinging at the ball and being aggressive
Small can only tip, roll, throw, anything but hit
Teams play against each other to 7 points
Judy Green, former AVCA Coach of the Year, gives you an exercise that will create energy and raise readiness, particularly at the beginning of practice. Games are played to 25 points with:
1 Point for Communication
1 Point for Covering
1 Point for Celebrating
Be sure to award points based on the standard you want to set in your gym. They may not earn points on every rally. Play 6 v 6, wave back row to front row and to opposite sides of the court.
With many years of experience in strength & conditioning, Julie Kaiser offers a Defense/Transition drill. The Bishop Drill will help develop your player’s passing and digging ability.
The setup for this drill is 3 players in the back row and 2 at each end of the end. Coach throws/hits a ball to the passers (either in front of or on the other side of the net). Passers pass then set the ball to the target, and then get into coverage. Target simulates a block for the passers to dig
Creator of the BYOP(Bring Your Own Parent) program, Ruth Nelson, guides athletes and parents alike in developing whole volleyball specific skills. Parents go beyond simply tossing balls, but work alongside their child as they reinforce proper mechanics for team skills.
View at an additional clip from the DVD: Engaging Parents in Successfully Training Their Own Kids in Volleyball (10 and Under Emphasis). Also, view other Youth Coaching DVDs from our massive Volleyball DVD collection!
Ruth Nelson, world class coach and former U.S. player, introduces the use of bungee cords as a means of increasing strength and agility. Athletes are trained to maximize backcourt movement in all positions, regardless of position they will typically play.
Instruction is given to ensure that safety, efficiency, and conditioning within the session are maximized.
View at an additional clip from the DVD: Volleyball Performance Training on the Volleyball Court (Beginners to Advanced). Also, view other Ruth Nelson DVDs from our massive Volleyball DVD collection!