Volleyball1on1 http://www.volleyball1on1.com Volleyball Drills, Coaching Volleyball Videos and Store for beach, indoor, girls, club, volleyball. Thu, 28 May 2015 18:10:27 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.2 Tri-Angle Warm Up Beach Volleyball Drill, Focus on Setting with Anjinho Bacilhttp://www.volleyball1on1.com/tri-angle-warm-up-beach-volleyball-drill-focus-on-setting-with-anjinho-bacil/ http://www.volleyball1on1.com/tri-angle-warm-up-beach-volleyball-drill-focus-on-setting-with-anjinho-bacil/#comments Thu, 28 May 2015 16:55:02 +0000 http://www.volleyball1on1.com/?p=395027 Intro to the practice and Anjinho Bacil:

 
Below is the video of Anjinho Bacil running the Tri-Angle Warm Up Beach Volleyball Drill. This is a powerful video as he runs the players through the most commonly used drill in beach volleyball. Viewers will learn how Anjinho coaches:
– Player spacing between partners
– Approach and footwork for beach volleyball setting
– Passing location based upon where the ball is served
– How players can simplify the game
– Verbal cues for spacing, setting, and passing
– Ideal passing trajectory and why
– Plus more…
 
Anjihno as player and coach simplified the game and made siding out look easy. In this video you will see what the pro have learned from this legend.
 
“As a coach Anjinho dramatically improved my beach volleyball game overnight. He gave me a system for offense that makes the game easy!” – Andor Gyulai
 
Practice was filmed in December, 2013.
 
 

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Anjinho Bacil Volleyball – Beach Volleyball Practice and Drillshttp://www.volleyball1on1.com/anjinho-bacil-volleyball-beach-volleyball-practice-and-drills/ http://www.volleyball1on1.com/anjinho-bacil-volleyball-beach-volleyball-practice-and-drills/#comments Thu, 28 May 2015 16:30:25 +0000 http://www.volleyball1on1.com/?p=395018
 
His full name is Eduardo Jorge Bacil Filho, and is nicknamed Anjinho, which means “Little Angel” in Portuguese. He is a native of Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
 
Anjinho was the first foreign player to win on the AVP. Anjinho and his partner at the time Jose Loyola stun the volleyball world with the win and ushered in a new powerhouse and style of volleyball, Bazillion Beach Volleyball. His record on the AVP includes: 2 Wins, 11 – 2nds, 16 – 3rds, 16 – 4ths and 31 – 5ths.
 
Anjinho has coached many of the great players of the past including Stein Metzger and although Stein is credited with the “Steino”, it was Anjinho who taught him this move!
 
We have filmed a number of videos with Anjinho over several beach volleyball practices. Click here to see them all! This video / parctice was filmed on Dec 7th, 2013.

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Half-Kneeling Rotational Chop Exercise for Volleyball Training with Eric Ilgenfritzhttp://www.volleyball1on1.com/half-kneeling-rotational-chop-exercise-for-volleyball-training-with-eric-ilgenfritz/ http://www.volleyball1on1.com/half-kneeling-rotational-chop-exercise-for-volleyball-training-with-eric-ilgenfritz/#comments Thu, 28 May 2015 06:32:15 +0000 http://www.volleyball1on1.com/?p=395015 “This is an upper body chop PNF pattern that helps develop trunk and lower body stability, upper body strength and rotary mobility executed from a half kneeling stance.” – http://www.functionalmovement.com/exercises/chop_from_half_kneeling_with_cable_bar
 
In volleyball rotational stability is critical for many of the volleyball skills like spiking yet too few athletes really put attention into this important element of volleyball training and the result is often volleyball injuries. By going into the half-kneeling position we’re taking the legs out of the equation and putting a lot more work into the hips and trunk (Core).
 
 

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Single Leg KettleBell Deadlift for Volleyball Training with Eric Ilgenfritzhttp://www.volleyball1on1.com/single-leg-kettlebell-deadlift-for-volleyball-training-with-eric-ilgenfritz/ http://www.volleyball1on1.com/single-leg-kettlebell-deadlift-for-volleyball-training-with-eric-ilgenfritz/#comments Thu, 28 May 2015 06:14:21 +0000 http://www.volleyball1on1.com/?p=395012 “This exercise is designed to both assess right and left contribution of the hip hinge under an asymmetrical load and increase single leg contralateral deadlift strength.” – http://www.functionalmovement.com/exercises/deadlift_single_leg_single_arm_with_one_kb
 
The exercise is unique in that it allows you to fully appreciate the beauty of learning how to stabilize on one leg, while training each side of your body without favoring or over-compensating.
 
If you are like me, you may over time have become more quad dominant. This is a great exercise to help teach volleyball players to fire their glutes and not their quads.
 
Warning, if you have never done them you will be amazed at how difficult it is and how sore you will be in the days to follow. Don’t do this late in the week if you are playing a tournament on the weekend!

 
 

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Half-Kneeling Core Activation Exercise for Volleyball Training with Eric Ilgenfritzhttp://www.volleyball1on1.com/half-kneeling-core-activation-exercise-for-volleyball-training-with-eric-ilgenfritz/ http://www.volleyball1on1.com/half-kneeling-core-activation-exercise-for-volleyball-training-with-eric-ilgenfritz/#comments Thu, 28 May 2015 05:59:47 +0000 http://www.volleyball1on1.com/?p=395004
 
“We need proximal stability to have distal mobility. In other words, we need relative stability through the trunk to make full use of the range of motion available in joints such as the hips and shoulders. In other other words, a strong core that activates at the correct time and with the right amount of intensity is the prerequisite to having arms and legs that perform well. It doesn’t matter how much force you can generate with your extremities if your trunk is not strong enough to oppose and transmit it; and it doesn’t matter how rigid you can make your core if the contraction is not timed properly based on the specific movement demand.” – http://jtsstrength.com/articles/2014/06/17/3-reasons-half-kneeling-position-will-improve-training/
 
The Functional Movement Screen showed serious problems in not only my core strength but how my core was firing.
 
The Half-Kneeling Core Activation Exercise is great warm up, cool down or even core exercise to add to any volleyball training workout to help build your core and make sure it fires correctly.

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Growth Mindset Impact on Orientation for Volleyball Coaching – OODA Loop (Article 10)http://www.volleyball1on1.com/growth-mindset-impact-on-orientation-for-volleyball-coaching-ooda-loop-article-10/ http://www.volleyball1on1.com/growth-mindset-impact-on-orientation-for-volleyball-coaching-ooda-loop-article-10/#comments Thu, 28 May 2015 04:56:34 +0000 http://www.volleyball1on1.com/?p=394988 During the Orientation Stage of the OODA Loop you are processing what you Observe. Your mindset is thus critical to understanding and getting meaning from what you see.
 
Grown-Mindset--OODA-Loop-Blueprint
 
The Growth Mindset is a simple idea discovered by world-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck in decades of research on achievement and success. Teaching a growth mindset creates motivation and productivity in the worlds of business, education, and sports, especially volleyball. Carol’s decades of research indicated it as one of the leading reason and attribute as to why some people are successful and others unsuccessful in the goals they pursue.
 
In a fixed mindset, people believe their basic qualities, like their intelligence or talent, are simply fixed traits. They spend their time documenting their intelligence or talent instead of developing them. They also believe that talent alone creates success—without effort. They’re wrong.
 
In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work—brains and talent are just the starting point. This view creates a love of learning and a resilience that is essential for great accomplishment. Virtually all great people have had these qualities.
 
Carol Dweck book: Mindset explains:
• Why brains and talent don’t bring success
• How they can stand in the way of itWhy praising brains and talent doesn’t foster self-esteem and accomplishment, but jeopardizes them
• How teaching a simple idea about the brain raises grades and productivity
• What all great CEOs, parents, teachers, athletes know
 
Here is a great video by Trevor Ragan of Train Ugly to help better understand the Growth Mindset.
 

 
To see the full post: http://trainugly.com/portfolio/learning/.
 
Trevor offers great coaching and other advice on this site and I highly recommend visiting it.
 
Back to the OODA Loop! How you orientate what you observe has a huge impact on how you plan and perform the skill. Many people are mentally programed to fail because the meaning or how they orientate what they see sets them up for failure.
 
Here is great diagram on Carol Dwecks ideas:
 
Carol-Dweck-MindSet
 
Here is another great image and explanation.
 
Growth-vs-Fixed-Mindset
 
Now a little motivation and another great video by Trevor Ragan.
See the full article at http://trainugly.com/manifesto/
 

 
I am also a big fan of the Manifesto card in Trevor Ragan store. We are planning to give it out to all the kids we coach in the fall.

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Thoracic Spine Rotation Mobilization with Diaphragm Breathing Volleyball Exercise with Eric Ilgenfritzhttp://www.volleyball1on1.com/thoracic-spine-rotation-mobilization-with-diaphragm-breathing-volleyball-exercise-with-eric-ilgenfritz/ http://www.volleyball1on1.com/thoracic-spine-rotation-mobilization-with-diaphragm-breathing-volleyball-exercise-with-eric-ilgenfritz/#comments Sun, 17 May 2015 14:13:55 +0000 http://www.volleyball1on1.com/?p=394807 One of the fastest ways to fix nagging lower-back, shoulder or neck problems is to improve mid-back mobility with targeted thoracic spine exercises. The thoracic spine rotation mobilization with diaphragm breathing volleyball exercise is one of the best exercises older players can do to reduce back problems.
 
The mid-back spine, from roughly the base of the neck to a few inches below the shoulder blades, has a natural outward facing curve. Unfortunately, when this curve becomes excessive—due to chronic postural adaptations, faulty loading patterns or bad luck—it loses its ability to move freely.
 
“This exercise personally changed my life and I try and do it as part of my warm up or cool down every time I hit the gym.” – Andor Gyulai
 
 

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Conscious Competence Learning Matrix for Volleyball Coaching with Andor Gyulaihttp://www.volleyball1on1.com/conscious-competence-learning-matrix-for-volleyball-coaching-with-andor-gyulai/ http://www.volleyball1on1.com/conscious-competence-learning-matrix-for-volleyball-coaching-with-andor-gyulai/#comments Sun, 17 May 2015 13:25:59 +0000 http://www.volleyball1on1.com/?p=394795 This video features Andor Gyulai using the conscious competence learning matrix to help teach a youth player volleyball. In this video the player is moving though stage 1 to stage 2 and stage 3 of the learning curve. In this video Andor Gyulai demonstrates how as a coach he uses good questions to direct the player thinking and reinforce new coaching ideas.
 
“As a volleyball coach I feel it is critical to help players become conscious of what they don’t know so that it is easier to self evaluate when things go wrong. Also by helping players take ownership of their personal growth and development as a volleyball player they are often more committed and focused through the process of learning. ” – Andor Gyulai
 
4-stages-of-competence
 
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When working with players age 12 and older, Andor will even print out the diagrams above and give it to players early in season so that they can better understand how they learn and develop motor skill playing volleyball.
 
 

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Why the OODA Loop Verbal Cues May Be a Better Way to Coach Volleyball – Andor Gyulai Coachinghttp://www.volleyball1on1.com/why-the-ooda-loop-verbal-cues-may-be-a-better-way-to-coach-volleyball-andor-gyulai-coaching/ http://www.volleyball1on1.com/why-the-ooda-loop-verbal-cues-may-be-a-better-way-to-coach-volleyball-andor-gyulai-coaching/#comments Fri, 15 May 2015 03:50:05 +0000 http://www.volleyball1on1.com/?p=394755 In this video Andor Gyulai demonstrates why he feels the OODA Loop verbal cues are better for coaching volleyball particularly when teaching volleyball skills, reading the game and volleyball strategy.
 
The video addresses a common problem many coaches have helping young players spike better. Often the reason the player is not able to perform the skill is not because they do not know how to spike, but rather they cannot Orientate or Process the set that they see or observe. Thus their approach is off and they are not contacting the ball where they should.
 
The OODA Loop verbal cues address this by breaking up the process of reading the set into observe, orientate and then decide. What this does is offer a new easy to understand verbal cue of orientate.
 
Now the player quickly understands the problems they are having is reading the set and not the performance of the skill.
 

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Single Leg Raise with Core Activation – FMS Volleyball Training Exercises with Eric Ilgenfritzhttp://www.volleyball1on1.com/single-leg-raise-with-core-activation-fms-volleyball-training-exercises-with-eric-ilgenfritz/ http://www.volleyball1on1.com/single-leg-raise-with-core-activation-fms-volleyball-training-exercises-with-eric-ilgenfritz/#comments Wed, 13 May 2015 18:21:20 +0000 http://www.volleyball1on1.com/?p=394703 Single leg raises with core activation is a great FMS volleyball training exercise that will reduce many common volleyball injuries including back injuries while also helping your bodies muscular system fire more effectively.
 
What this exercise does includes:
– Helps your neuron muscular system reset the timing so that you stabilize the core before you initiate movement with your legs.
– Helping you disassociate one hip and leg from the other hip and leg
– Have a stable upper body while having a mobile lower body
– Teaching and cutting the body into separate moving quadrants
 
This exercise can be used as part of your warm up or as a part of your training.
 

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