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The Volleyball Coaching Bible (Book)

The Volleyball Coaching Bible (Book)

Now, for the first time in the sport of volleyball, you can learn from the most successful U.S. coaches and apply their approaches to your own program. In The Volleyball Coaching Bible , 24 of the top U.S. men's and women's volleyball coaches share their principles, insights, strategies, methods, and experiences to help you learn new and better ways to coach the game and develop your players. From Mike Hebert's chapter on setting goals to Russ Rose's chapter on productive practices and Mary Wise's chapter on serving, this book provides the full-court coverage you've been looking for. The vast amounts of new information spanning more than three decades A<>A- are divided into five sections, making it easy to choose what to implement in your program: Coaching Principles and Priorities by Mark Pavlik, Mike Hebert, and Jona Braden Program Building and Management by Doug Beal, Terry Pettit, John Dunning, Dave Shondell, and Tom Pingel Innovative and Effective Practice Sessions by Russ Rose, Mary Jo Peppler, Bill Neville, and John Cook Individual Skills and Team Tactics by Mary Wise, Steve Shondell, Teri Clemens, Paula Weishoff, Jim Stone, Rudy Suwara, Fred Sturm, Peter Hanson, and Taras Liskevych Game-Winning and Tournament-Winning Strategies by Pete Waite, Jim Coleman, and Al Scates Each time you open this book you'll learn something new from some of the most respected names in the game. Whether you need guidance on conditioning, coaching, scouting, or scoring, The Volleyball Coaching Bible provides you with the game plan for building a winning program.



Coaching Volleyball Successfully: The Usvba Coaching Accreditation Program and American Coaching Effectiveness Program Leader Level Volleyball Book

Coaching Volleyball Successfully: The Usvba Coaching Accreditation Program and American Coaching Effectiveness Program Leader Level Volleyball Book

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Coaching Volleyball Successfully: The Usvba Coaching Accreditation Program and American Coaching Effectiveness Program Leader Level Volleyball Book

Coaching Volleyball Successfully: The Usvba Coaching Accreditation Program and American Coaching Effectiveness Program Leader Level Volleyball Book

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The Best of Coaching Volleyball Series Book II:  Advanced Elements of the Game (book) by AVCA

The Best of Coaching Volleyball Series Book II: Advanced Elements of the Game (book) by AVCA

Builds on the basics in book one with advanced strategy, individual defensive and offensive skills plus team systems that utilize the finer points of volleyball. A unique collection of individual drills designed for the advanced athlete is also included. Author : AVCA. Length : 124.



Volleyball: Steps to Success

Volleyball: Steps to Success

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Coaching Youth Volleyball - 3rd edition Book (Copyright 2001, 176 pages)

Coaching Youth Volleyball - 3rd edition Book (Copyright 2001, 176 pages)

This new edition of Coaching Youth Volleyball is part of the improved generation of the American Sport Education Program's (ASEP) Coaching Youth Sports series. This widely respected and highly popular series is the best collection of youth sport-specific guides, which are grounded in positive coaching principles. ASEP, the nation's number one coaching education program, developed Coaching Youth Volleyball to provide coaches with both an explanation of their role and concrete instructions on how to fulfill that role. You will find chapters on communicating with your athletes and their parents, teaching and developing volleyball skills, planning and conducting practices, and coaching during games. This third edition includes a special chapter on the games approach to coaching volleyball, which makes practice more fun for the kids and teaching more effective for you, the coach. Table of Contents Welcome to Coaching! Chapter 1. Stepping Into Coaching How to meet your responsibilities as a coach, how to coach when your child is on your team, and how to be aware of the five tools of an effective coach. Chapter 2. Communicating As a Coach How to send effective verbal and nonverbal messages to communicate better with players, parents, fans, referees, and opposing coaches. Chapter 3. Providing for Players' Safety How to provide for safety and respond to players' injuries when they do occur. Chapter 4. The Games Approach to Coaching Volleyball How to use the most effective method for teaching tactics and skills. Chapter 5. Teaching and Shaping Skills Learn the four steps of teaching skills effectively and learn how to shape skills, correct errors, and deal with misbehavior. Chapter 6. Game-Day Coaching How to prepare for the game, coach during the game, and keep winning and losing in perspective. Chapter 7. Volleyball Rules and Equipment Understand rules, player equipment, game procedures, positions, and refereeing signals. Chapter 8. Baseball Tactics and Skills Know the offensive and defensive tactics and skills to teach your players. Chapter 9. Season Plans Organize your practices throughout the season with sample plans for players 8 to 9, 10 to 11, and 12 to 14. Appendix A. Injury Report Appendix B. Emergency Information Card Appendix C. Emergency Response Card Words of Praise This is a great book for coaches of beginning to intermediate players of all ages. The 'athletes first, winning second' coaching philosophy applies to all



Coaching Youth Volleyball Tape 2:  New Approaches For Better Volleyball

Coaching Youth Volleyball Tape 2: New Approaches For Better Volleyball

With John Dunning, University of the Pacific Dunning's goal in making this video is to pass on some of the best approaches he has learned while coaching volleyball players at every level of the game; it can be useful for players and coaches at any level looking for a fresh approach to the game. He begins with demonstrations of activities and drills a player can practice alone, and then adds a number of drills that a player can do with one partner. Finally, he stresses how he teaches skills with health and injury prevention in mind (example: correct attacking posture, etc.). (60 minutes, 1999) To purchase the complete Coaching Youth Volleyball 3 Tape Series click here .



Interactive Volleyball Volume 1 (Copyright 2001)

Interactive Volleyball Volume 1 (Copyright 2001)

Volleyball coaches at all levels of competition know the benefits of practicing effective drills to develop essential individual skills and improve execution of team tactics. So coaches are sure to love a product that provides both a comprehensive drill source and the convenience of digital technology. With Interactive Volleyball software, coaches have the choice of two CD-ROMs, each loaded with 200 full-video drills that can be viewed at regular speed, slow motion, and freeze frame. Individual or special categories of drills can be searched and selected by several variables, allowing coaches to generate and print out practice plans almost instantly. Interactive Volleyball Volume 1 is designed for more basic levels of competition. Youth volleyball coaches will benefit the most from the software be the primary beneficiaries, though elementary and middle school instructors may also find it useful in constructing class lesson plans. With these excellent drill encyclopedias and the ability to pick and choose drills from them, practice planning will be a snap-with a click. About the Author Internationally renowned coach and clinician Brad Kilb has piloted the creation of Interactive Volleyball. Kilb's coaching experience includes four Canadian national championships at both the university and open club levels, 26 regional championships, and a stint as the Canadian national team head coach for junior women. He has coached 31 players that have made the Canadian national team and 22 players on professional teams. In addition to his position as a kinesiology professor, Kilb conducts seminars within the FIVB and Canadian National Coaching Certification programs. Interactive Volleyball represents 15 years of Kilb's development efforts along with the joint efforts of the Sport Technology Research Centre at the University of Calgary and Savvy Knowledge Systems Corporation.



Volleyball Drills for Champions Book (Copyright 1999, 192 pages)

Volleyball Drills for Champions Book (Copyright 1999, 192 pages)

Sensational spikes and high-flying blocks make for great photos, but top volleyball coaches know that solid skills and teamwork are what win championships. And the place to learn those fundamentals and tactics is in practice. Competitive drills that have well-defined goals produce greater effort and performance on the practice court, which in turn leads to the individual development and team cohesiveness required to be a champion. Now, seven of the world's top coaches have put together an all-star collection of practice activities in Volleyball Drills for Champions. Each drill is a winner and will help maximize every minute of practice time. It's the perfect tool for developing championship-level players and teams. This invaluable practice manual covers every facet of the game, as each coach provides several proven drills for each key volleyball skill: Serving: Russ Rose, Pennsylvania State University Passing: Lisa Love, University of Southern California Setting: John Dunning, University of the Pacific Attacking: Brad Saindon, Australia National Team Blocking: Greg Giovanazzi, University of Michigan Digging: Jim Stone, Ohio State University In addition, editor Mary Wise, head coach at the University of Florida, contributes valuable insights for designing drills and incorporating them into effective practice sessions. Now, with Volleyball Drills for Champions, you can learn from the best and make your practices more productive every time you take the court. About the Authors Russ Rose (Pennsylvania State University) - Rose has coached the Lady Lions since 1979, piling up over 600 wins and 15 consecutive appearances in the NCAA tournament. Before joining the Big Ten in 1992, the Lady Lions played in the Atlantic 10 conference-and never lost a regular-season match, compiling a 49-0 record. Coach Rose was selected as American Volleyball Coaches' Association Coach of the Year in 1990 and 1997. Lisa Love (University of Southern California) - Love has been the head coach of the Lady Trojans since 1989 and was named Associate Athletic Director in June of 1991. Prior to her appointment at USC, she built the University of Texas at Arlington program into a national powerhouse over seven seasons. Her teams have won over 350 NCAA Division I matches. Love has also served as President of the American Volleyball Coaches' Association. John Dunning (University of the Pacific) - Dunning began coaching at Pacific in 1985 and promptly led his team to two consecutive NCAA



Interactive Volleyball Volume 1 (Copyright 2001)

Interactive Volleyball Volume 1 (Copyright 2001)

Volleyball coaches at all levels of competition know the benefits of practicing effective drills to develop essential individual skills and improve execution of team tactics. So coaches are sure to love a product that provides both a comprehensive drill source and the convenience of digital technology. With Interactive Volleyball software, coaches have the choice of two CD-ROMs, each loaded with 200 full-video drills that can be viewed at regular speed, slow motion, and freeze frame. Individual or special categories of drills can be searched and selected by several variables, allowing coaches to generate and print out practice plans almost instantly. Interactive Volleyball Volume 1 is designed for more basic levels of competition. Youth volleyball coaches will benefit the most from the software be the primary beneficiaries, though elementary and middle school instructors may also find it useful in constructing class lesson plans. With these excellent drill encyclopedias and the ability to pick and choose drills from them, practice planning will be a snap-with a click. About the Author Internationally renowned coach and clinician Brad Kilb has piloted the creation of Interactive Volleyball. Kilb's coaching experience includes four Canadian national championships at both the university and open club levels, 26 regional championships, and a stint as the Canadian national team head coach for junior women. He has coached 31 players that have made the Canadian national team and 22 players on professional teams. In addition to his position as a kinesiology professor, Kilb conducts seminars within the FIVB and Canadian National Coaching Certification programs. Interactive Volleyball represents 15 years of Kilb's development efforts along with the joint efforts of the Sport Technology Research Centre at the University of Calgary and Savvy Knowledge Systems Corporation.



Volleyball Drills for Champions Book (Copyright 1999, 192 pages)

Volleyball Drills for Champions Book (Copyright 1999, 192 pages)

Sensational spikes and high-flying blocks make for great photos, but top volleyball coaches know that solid skills and teamwork are what win championships. And the place to learn those fundamentals and tactics is in practice. Competitive drills that have well-defined goals produce greater effort and performance on the practice court, which in turn leads to the individual development and team cohesiveness required to be a champion. Now, seven of the world's top coaches have put together an all-star collection of practice activities in Volleyball Drills for Champions. Each drill is a winner and will help maximize every minute of practice time. It's the perfect tool for developing championship-level players and teams. This invaluable practice manual covers every facet of the game, as each coach provides several proven drills for each key volleyball skill: Serving: Russ Rose, Pennsylvania State University Passing: Lisa Love, University of Southern California Setting: John Dunning, University of the Pacific Attacking: Brad Saindon, Australia National Team Blocking: Greg Giovanazzi, University of Michigan Digging: Jim Stone, Ohio State University In addition, editor Mary Wise, head coach at the University of Florida, contributes valuable insights for designing drills and incorporating them into effective practice sessions. Now, with Volleyball Drills for Champions, you can learn from the best and make your practices more productive every time you take the court. About the Authors Russ Rose (Pennsylvania State University) - Rose has coached the Lady Lions since 1979, piling up over 600 wins and 15 consecutive appearances in the NCAA tournament. Before joining the Big Ten in 1992, the Lady Lions played in the Atlantic 10 conference-and never lost a regular-season match, compiling a 49-0 record. Coach Rose was selected as American Volleyball Coaches' Association Coach of the Year in 1990 and 1997. Lisa Love (University of Southern California) - Love has been the head coach of the Lady Trojans since 1989 and was named Associate Athletic Director in June of 1991. Prior to her appointment at USC, she built the University of Texas at Arlington program into a national powerhouse over seven seasons. Her teams have won over 350 NCAA Division I matches. Love has also served as President of the American Volleyball Coaches' Association. John Dunning (University of the Pacific) - Dunning began coaching at Pacific in 1985 and promptly led his team to two consecutive NCAA



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