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A Great Drill to Help Develop Your Anaerobic Endurance!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Friday, August 1, 2014

Rob Rose, President of True Athlete Performance, guides you through an obstacle course that will challenge your anaerobic endurance. The goal in this drill is to go as fast as you can.

Endurance Obstacle Course

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Learn to Create Torque in Your Arm Swings!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Friday, August 1, 2014

Anne Kordes, University of Louisville Head Coach, teaches players to create torque by generating “snap” throughout their whole bodies from their hips, to shoulders and elbows. Watch as Coach Kordes helps players with cue words and analogies that help imprint the skill more effectively.

Creating a Snap

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Improve Individual Defensive Skills with Proper Movement!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Friday, August 1, 2014

Kevin Hambly, University of Illinois Head Coach, instructs how to initiate basic defensive moves to the ball. All movements must start from the athlete’s center of gravity (CoG) which is located in the hips.

Defensive Movement

CHECK OUT more valuable insight from “AAU Volleyball Skill Progressions: Individual Defense.” VIEW other world class Volleyball videos!




Become Mentally Tough with the 1-2-1 Drill!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Friday, August 1, 2014

The University of Iowa Head Volleyball Coach, Bond Shymansky, presents a 1-2-1 Drill. This is a sideout drill with a serve for the final point to mimic the stress of serving and scoring after a rally.

1-2-1 Drill

The drill begins with the “scoring” team receiving a serve. If they sideout, they receive a small point. This team then receives two free balls, receiving a small point for each sideout. If the team scores three small points, the team serves. If they lose any of the three prior points, the team returns to the start of the drill and receives a serve. If the team scores all four points, they receive one big point and rotate.

CHECK OUT more valuable insight from “AAU Coaching Girls Volleyball: High Energy, High Rep Practice Drills.” VIEW other world class Volleyball videos!




Improve Sprint Freestyle Starts with two Olympic Medalists!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Friday, August 1, 2014

Olympians, Kara Lynn Joyce and Jimmy Feigen, emphasize the importance of a great freestyle sprint start. This drill focuses on the main points of a freestyle start to improve freestyle sprints.

Sprint Freestyle Start

In this segment, Kara reviews the main points of a sprint start: track start, toes curled over the edge, legs shoulder width apart, be on the ball of your foot, grip front of the blocks and tension in your arms. When the signal is given, start with a strong pull on the arms followed by an explosive leg push-off. The body should be streamlined before entering the water.

Watch and learn more from Championship Productions’ DVD “Sprint Freestyle with Kara Lynn Joyce and Jimmy Feigen.” View other world class Swimming videos!




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