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4x NCAA Championship coach, John Dunning, provides you with a couple exercises that will help you with setting technique and accuracy. The Rainbow Drill and the One Set Drill are great for working on setting the ball at different heights and angles.
Look at the extension of your athlete’s arms and hands as they set the ball. It is important that they extend completely through all the various types of sets shown in the clip above.
Recipient of USA Volleyball’s All-Time Great Coach Award, Ruth Nelson, actively engages both parents and players as they develop their volleyball skills. Coach Nelson helps players progress to passing, setting, and attacking. Parents not only help coach their daughters, but participate in drills with their children.
View 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!
The more efficient your team becomes with converting the opponents’ serves into first ball side outs, the higher your players’ confidence will soar! Former All-American setter, Lizzy Stemke, explains the principles of successfully converting first balls into side outs (FBSO) as her University of Georgia volleyball team demonstrates drills and progressions for training this concept.
Looking to enhance your setters? Then check out one of Lizzy Stemke’s other video with nearly 2 hours of setting instruction to get your athletes playing better to setup the attack!
Considered one of the best Liberos in the sport of volleyball, Sarah Drury-Petkovic, will provide you with her knowledge on this position. See how the Libero’s role of setting out of the system works in this segment.
When the setter plays the first ball, the Libero must be ready to either hand or bump set a hittable ball. Take a look at an additional clip from the DVD: Becoming a Champion Libero. Also, view other Libero DVDs from our massive Volleyball DVD collection!