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Get time tested drills from the 2012 NCAA Finalists such Russ Rose, Jim Moore, and Jerritt Elliott. Russ Rose, Penn State University Head Coach, had won Four consecutive NCAA Championships in 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007 and is a 3X AVCA National Coach of the Year. Jim Moore is the University of Oregon Head Coach and a former D-II National Championship coach. Lastly, Jerritt Elliot led the University of Texas Women’s Volleyball team to a 2012 National Championship title, and he was also named the 2012 AVCA Coach of the Year. See all the best instruction in these Volleyball DVDs below:
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Watch and learn from Penn State University Head Women’s Volleyball Coach, Russ Rose. He is a 3x AVCA National Coach of the Year and has over 1000 career victories! Here you will see an excellent drill that focuses on passing and receiving. You will be able to cover the short serves by using concepts shown in this clip. It is important to use short passes to the setter, followed by a quick hit. Adding a blocker on the opposite side will force players to work on accuracy to find the open spots.
An additional clip can be viewed on the product page, Coaching Mental Toughness on the Court: Strategies and Drills. Check out our Volleyball DVDs and more quality instructional DVDs from Russ Rose!
For more Russ Rose Volleyball DVDs, check out the following titles:
Coaching Mental Toughness on the Court: Strategies and Drills
The Complete Guide to Serving: Technique, Tactics & Drills
Russ Rose’s Back Row Attack
Systems For Team Offense
Quick Attack and Combination Plays
Drills for Defense and Passing
Competitive Wash Drills
Russ Rose, head volleyball coach at Penn State, claimed the 2009 NCAA Division I Volleyball Championship as the Nittany Lions erased a two-set deficit to take unprecedented third straight crown over Texas. The Nittany Lions were the 10th team in history to win back-to-back titles, but became the first-ever to claim three in a row!