Dan Fisher Concordia University – Start of Practice

This series of videos contain Andor Gyulai, Volleyball1on1.com owner introducing the Concordia volleyball practice. Next is the name game drill. A great drill Dan runs with his team to help bond the players and make guests feel welcome. Finally Dan opening up practice and telling the players what drills they will be doing and why.

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The Volleyball Name Game to Help Build Team Moral with Dan Fisher

This video features one of our favorite early practice team building exercises namely the Volleyball Name Game. As all coaches know team chemistry is critical for success, this easy to do fun game that will help bond your players and allow your players to connect with each other and their coaches. After doing it and seeing Dan success with his team I encourage all coaches to consider some version of this!

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Dan Fisher Describing to his Team The Reading the Game Volleyball Practice Plan

In this video Dan Fisher, who went 38-0 describes to his team the reading the game volleyball practice outline. Like all good coaches we have filmed he lays the practice out for the team to review at the start of practice laying out team and individual goals. This video reveals allot about how great coaches help their players take ownership of improving as well as motivate their athletes!

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Dan Fisher Warm Up Volleyball Drill – The Dig Set Drill

This series of videos contain one of Dan Fishers favorite volleyball warm up drills the Dig Set Volleyball Drill. This drill is utilized early in practice to help the team warmup as well as work on the net ball control and reading the hitters shoulder on defense. One thing Dan stresses is warming up in non traditional ways.

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Dan Fisher Volleyball Warm Up Drill – 20 Pressure Passes Drill

This video contains a volleyball warm up drill utilized by Dan Fisher called the 20 Pressure Passes Volleyball Drill. Dan stresses warming up in non traditional ways meaning warming up the players while working on skills on the net. This warm up drill works on passing and passing under pressure! As the number of perfect passes increases so does the intensity of the serve and the pressure to make a good pass.

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