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Kevin Hambly is the University of Illinois Head Coach and his team was the 2011 NCAA Runners-up. Coach Hambly will help your attackers develop confidence in their movements by showing them how to rotate and jump properly.
This exercise is part of a progression which is discussed in the full DVD.
Often volleyball players don’t have access to nets, gyms, etc. to work on their skills. In this sequence University of Illinois Head Coach, Kevin Hambly, shows you how players can work on their approaches and swings using nothing, but a tennis ball and a wall.
He points out keys like the correct approach, keeping the twist in the movement and remaining tall throughout the movement.
Learn a variety of skills and drills for every position on your team with our new AAU Volleyball DVD Series featuring Kevin Hambly, University of Illinois Head Coach. See how you can create more attacking opportunities and defend against anything your opponent hits at you. World class instruction and demonstration will help you and your team pick up these concepts and use them in a game situation or in practice.
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President of the AVCA Board of Directors, Kevin Hambly, understands what it takes to become a championship level volleyball program. Here Coach Hambly offers advice on shot placement and has his University of Illinois players demonstrate these drills. Your team’s attackers will be able to adjust to blockers better in your future matches.
Make sure to utilize a twisting motion from their hips and core to make cross court or down the line shots. Have the blockers move unpredictably for added difficulty.
See what 2011 Volleyball Magazine Coach of the Year, Kevin Hambly, has to offer for tips on creating strong attacks. Teach your athletes to continue attacking using their hips and core to generate torque and power. Striking the ball to go in various directions will allow your attackers to reduce the effectiveness of your opponent’s blockers.
Facing a blocker will make this drill more game-like. Players still hit cross body and wrist away shots, but adding a blocker requires more concentration.