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College Volleyball Coach Of The Year (8 Videos)

College Volleyball Coach Of The Year (8 Videos)

This 8 tapes series contains: Skills and Drills for Backcourt Defense (44 minutes) Option Blocking (35 minutes) Fundamental Skills Training for Volleyball (53 minutes) Development and Training for Terminators (61 minutes) The Back Row Attack (35 minutes) Serve Receive Offense (53 minutes) Ballhandling Drills (49 minutes) Developing the Slide Attack (40 minutes)



Competitive Volleyball Drills: Volume 1 (video) by Rich Luenemann

Competitive Volleyball Drills: Volume 1 (video) by Rich Luenemann

Features an in-depth discussion on the given topic from America's best Coaches and finest programs. X's & O's are diagrammed and game footage is used in many presentations. Filmed live at a coaches clinic in a hotel meeting room. 1998, 63 min. There is no actual image of this item. The image shown is representative only.



Competitive Volleyball Drills: Volume 2 (video) by Rich Luenemann

Competitive Volleyball Drills: Volume 2 (video) by Rich Luenemann

Features an in-depth discussion on the given topic from America's best Coaches and finest programs. X's & O's are diagrammed and game footage is used in many presentations. Filmed live at a coaches clinic in a hotel meeting room. 1998, 60 min. There is no actual image of this item. The image shown is representative only.



Speed and Explosive Training for Volleyball (video) by John McBride, CSCS

Speed and Explosive Training for Volleyball (video) by John McBride, CSCS

How volleyball coaches can get their athletes to jump higher, move faster, and play better. Hands-on demonstrations illustrate training modalities and exercises that can be performed to develop speed and explosiveness in volleyball players. Covers playing with power, dynamic warm-up, agility/quickness training, footwork ladders, plyometric/jump training, acceleration/speed development, overall conditioning, cool-down and more. Produced in cooperation with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. 2002, 30 min.



Guide to Healthy Volleyball (Video)

Guide to Healthy Volleyball (Video)

This video features John Dunning, University of the Pacific Head Volleyball Coach. This tape is great for coaches or players of any age and level! Dunning first touches on life skills through sport including positive vs. negative interaction and accountability vs. excuse making. Teaching healthy volleyball skills such as proper landings, torso position when hitting, and body positioning while serving, is discussed and demonstrated. Dunning stresses landing on two feet after any block or hit as well as proper posture and balance throughout play. He also shares a deceiving and very effective approach to hitting. Hitters are shown how to hit balls off their approach line so diggers and blockers are unable to read where the hit will go. This video is sure to enhance any players volleyball skills! 37 minutes. 2000. ISBN 1-56404-493-9. Also available in the Training and Conditioning Series: Strength, Power, and Flexibility Training for Volleyball Quickness, Agility and Explosive Strength Drills for Volleyball



PlayMax for Volleyball - v3.0

PlayMax for Volleyball - v3.0

BES :PlayMax is a powerful tool for coaches to help better illustrate their plays, drills and team play. With PlayMax one can create, store and illustrate their favorite plays and drills on a digital whiteboard. Create a static drawing or movie-like play/drill with frame control to better illustrate the dynamics and progression. Several players pieces with user defined jersey numbers or positions: change their shape, color and size to better distinguish player groups such as offense and defense. Add our symbols for plyons, equipment, coaches, etc or create your own. Add comments and action lines of various colors, types, sizes and ends. Some other features are: Frame or static format. Full or half playing surface (2 choices of background). User selectable fonts, colors, symbols, etc. Save to graphic Bitmap files. Print to B&W or color printer in multiple formats. Save notes, title, play parameters with each play. Create unlimited plays or drills, share with colleagues and add to our archives (several plays supplied). Save several formations - typical player positions. Easy creation with Add frames before/after, duplicate last frame. Manual stepping through frames forward/backward. Video playback with adjustable speed, direction and looping. Online help and Web site support. System Requirements: Windows 95 or NT. 4 MB of disk storage. SVGA color monitor (800 x 600). Color printer optional.



Ten Steps to Winning Volleyball (video) by Mike Hebert

Ten Steps to Winning Volleyball (video) by Mike Hebert

Features an in-depth discussion on the given topic from America's best Coaches and finest programs. X's & O's are diagrammed and game footage is used in many presentations. Filmed live at a coaches clinic in a hotel meeting room. Royalties benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation. 1995, 53 min.



Games Approach to Coaching Volleyball Video (Copyright 2000)

Games Approach to Coaching Volleyball Video (Copyright 2000)

Discover a revolutionary and superior way to coach! Games Approach to Coaching Volleyball shows you how to use this new approach to help 6- to 14-year-old athletes learn game skills and tactics more effectively than with the traditional drills-first, play-later approach. The games approach begins with kids playing the game. As they play, they learn and appreciate the skills and tactics needed to play the game successfully. Games are modified to strengthen individual technique and team play. Kids have more fun and are more motivated to practice in small-sided games rather than standing in boring drill lines. Games Approach to Coaching Volleyball clearly demonstrates how to: modify games to focus on particular skills and tactics; adjust the difficulty depending on your athletes' needs; assess players as they play; actively involve players in the learning process; and teach and refine volleyball skills and strategies. This video is part of the Games Approach to Coaching Video Series, which is composed of four videos that will teach you how to incorporate the games approach into four sports A<>A-- baseball, basketball, soccer, and volleyball. About the Editor Since 1981 the American Sport Education Program has provided educational opportunities for more than 625,000 coaches, parents, and sport administrators through its multilevel curriculum.



Competitive Volleyball Drills (video) by Peggy Martin

Competitive Volleyball Drills (video) by Peggy Martin

Features an in-depth discussion on the given topic from America's best Coaches and finest programs. X's & O's are diagrammed and game footage is used in many presentations. Filmed live at a coaches clinic in a hotel meeting room. 1998, 54 min. There is no actual image of this item. The image shown is representative only.



Above the Net: Men's Volleyball: Blocking and Individual Defense Fundamentals (Video)

Above the Net: Men's Volleyball: Blocking and Individual Defense Fundamentals (Video)

This video features Don Shaw, Stanford University Head Men's Volleyball Coach. Coach Shaw begins by teaching the ready position with proper posture, foot and hand positioning leading to a drop, jump, and land on balance sequence. To simulate proper blocking skill technique at the apex of the jump, Shaw places his demonstrator on a jumping box and teaches the nuances of sealing the top of the net. With the stationary body position basics in place, Shaw adds footwork and takes you through a drill progression without the use of the ball progressing through Side Step, Shuffle Step and Crossover Step. Throughout the entire progression, Shaw demonstrates his preferred strategies sharing his philosophies and reasoning behind each of the skills. Shaw then incorporates live ball drills for each of the four blocking maneuvers. In Part 2, Individual Defensive Technique, Shaw replicates his instructional methodologies from Part I beginning with basic body position instruction for digging and then progresses to forward, backward, and lateral movement. He then shares his favorite implementation techniques: Pepper, with 2, 3, and 4 person drills. 40 minutes. 2003. Also available in the Above the Net Men's Volleyball Series: Above the Net Men's Volleyball: Setting and Spiking Fundamentals Above the Net Men's Volleyball: Serving and Passing Fundamentals



Above the Net Men's Volleyball: Serving and Passing Fundamentals (Video)

Above the Net Men's Volleyball: Serving and Passing Fundamentals (Video)

This video features Don Shaw, Stanford University Head Men's Volleyball Coach. In this information-packed video, Coach Shaw teaches, demonstrates, and drills the basic fundamental skill of serving and passing. Shaw teaches the specific skills in this video in an easy to understand sequence: technique explanation, technique demonstration, and creative and active drill demonstration. In Part 1: Serves, Shaw first teaches the Floater Serve. Shaw teaches positioning of the feet, ball placement (toss), contact, and follow through techniques for a solid on-target serve. Next, Shaw teaches the Jump/Spin Serve, again sequencing from the proper foot position, approach, contact, toss or ball placement, and follow-through to target, along with strategies to ensure striking the ball as close to the net as possible and at it's highest point. Part 1 is concluded with Shaw teaching the Jump/Floater Serve, combining the skills from the floater and the jump serve that offer players a different angle on their serve. In Part 2: Passing, Shaw begins with Forearm Passing beginning with proper setting of the base, followed by hand position for a passing platform, contact and follow through techniques. Shaw concludes Part 2 by teaching the Overhand Pass. 37 minutes. 2003. Also available in the Above the Net Men's Volleyball Series: Above the Net: Men's Volleyball: Blocking and Individual Defense Fundamentals Above the Net Men's Volleyball: Setting and Spiking Fundamentals



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