Easy Taping Technique For Volleyball Shoulder Injuries to Reduce Load from Volleyball Spiking

In this video we offer a easy taping technique for reducing load as a result of spiking a volleyball. This technique is so easy parents, partners and coaches can do it without to much difficulty. For the tape we are using Bionic Tape by Dynamic Tape. This tape is different than KTape / Kinesio Tape and offers a new tool for volleyball players, coaches and trainers to deal with traditional volleyball injuries.

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New Gold Sponsor Dynamic Tape – Get Free Roll and Spray with Membership

In this video you will meet and learn about our newest Gold Sponsor – Dynamic Tape. This tape offers a new tool for trainers, coaches and volleyball players. This tape is different than regular kinesio tap in that it stretches in all directions way over 200 percent and as such can be used to absorb and create load. This means new ways to address volleyball injuries plus new ways to use the tape to address changing volleyball technique using the tape.

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Frustration On the New Ways Volleyball Spiking Technique is Taught in Name of Shoulder Injury Prevention

Hi, I’m Andor Gyulai – Owner of Volleyball1on1.com, I created this video to express some frustrations I have in the new ways volleyball spiking is being taught by people who have little experience playing the game, especially beach volleyball as well as minimal experience coaching youth successfully. I made this video to bring some new points to the conversation and hopefully give some confidence to experience coaches who are questioning what they are teaching and if it is correct in their coaching philosophies.

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Volleyball1on1 Spiking Evaluation / Lesson with Andor Gyulai on 6-19-2014

This video features a Spiking Evaluation / Lesson offered as part of Volleyball1on1.com Membership. The video features Andor Gyulai (Volleyball1on1.com – Owner) reviewing the spiking technique of a junior player. This volleyball video evaluation is extremely valuable and shows many of the problems we often see in junior players indoor across the world.

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New Volleyball Term or Volleyball Slang – To Be Dillon’d

Named after Dillion Lesniak – Being Dillion’d is being crushed by an opponents spike and lying on the ground in pain. This term became popular after Beach Volleyball player Dillion Lesniak got hammered on a volleyball spike and the video wen viral! 🙂 I hope you are as entertained by this as us. Please pass it on!

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Beach Volleyball Defense – The Art Of the Fake

This video was from the AVCA Video Tip Of the Week Series we filmed to help grow the sport and expand our brand. In this video we explain some of the concepts behind using volleyball demo videos to improve motor skill learning. This video is a great example of how demo videos can quickly help you or your athletes pick up difficult motor skill learning task.

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Volleyball Defense Demo, Side View at 25% and 100% Speed with Mike Diehl

This is a volleyball indoor defense demo with Mike Diehl of volleyball1on1.com. This is a side view slowed to 25% and 100% speed. Mike Diehl was a NCAA Champion at UCLA, a 4 Man Bud Light Tour MVP and Kill Leader, and a 15 Year European Indoor Pro. While playing Pro in Europe Mike was 3 time league MVP, along with being the league kill and ace leader. Mike is also a certified personal trainer and has been coaching volleyball for almost 15 years.

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