With University of Virginia Head Coach Steve Garland you will learn about the intangibles of drilling and how to drill properly. The ‘Underhook Drill’ shown by Coach Garland is a creative way to get wrestlers warmed up and ready to go without the mindless slogging (slow + jogging) so common in practice rooms of today.
Wrestlers will become much more comfortable with the underhook position and have more fun as the warm up becomes more of a game. Preventing staleness is a key for being successful in wrestling and Coach Garland has shown a great drill to get the room fired up and excited to practice.
Still jogging two laps and static stretching? Follow Robert Selders, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, as he leads a group of players through a dynamic yet fun warm-up designed to raise the heart rate, get the blood pumping, while preparing for volleyball specific movements. Learn how to make performance training more fun while maintaining a high level of efficiency and productivity, all while on the court.
This warm-up incorporates the latest in movement research with effective, properly progressed exercises designed to prevent injury, promote team unity, while maximizing performance.
View at an additional clip from the DVD: Volleyball Performance Training on the Volleyball Court (Beginners to Advanced). Also, view other Volleyball Digital Video Downloads from our massive Volleyball DVD collection!
Watch and learn a world class conditioning drill you can use during practice, in this AVCA clinic demonstration. USA Volleyball Conditioning Instructor, Julie Kaiser, shows you the Kerri Drill which is a core strengthening exercise for your players.
This is also a great warm-up for player’s arms. You can also vary the starting positioning of the first passer in the rotation.
Listen to highly experienced and knowledgeable youth volleyball coach, Cheryl Butler. In this on-court presentation see some dynamic warm-ups using the ball. This will help your youth players get familiar with the ball quickly.
These drills include side to side shuffle, forward and backward movement, right/left foot forward, and ball roll box. It is important to spend about 5 minutes warming up.
Take a look at an additional clip from the DVD: Teaching Movement Skills to Beginning & Intermediate Players. Also, view other Youth Volleyball DVDs over at our massive Volleyball DVD collection!