This is a 5 videos beach volleyball defense series teaching the skill of defense. It features gold medal coach and head coach of beach volleyball Canada Steve Anderson.
This is a video demonstration on beach volleyball passing with Steve Anderson. In this video Gold Medal Coach Steve Anderson Demonstrates running the line and angle shot.
Video 2 in beach defense is on positioning. Positioning is the starting point of good beach volleyball defense and when looking at positioning you need to look at two things, one can you get to the majority of the balls, two are you in a position to dig the power ball?
In video 3 on beach volleyball defense Steve goes over important coaching points of movement and footwork. This includes footwork for the cut and line shot.
Video 4 on beach volleyball defense is play on the ball. This videos is very revealing and talks about a number of important points including: – Weight on the out side leg in the direction you are looking to move. – Shoulder position on contact to bring the ball back to the other defender –…
Video 5 on beach volleyball defense is on an exercise Steve does with players to help teach good technique and form for defense. The exercise known as shadowing has the student following the movements of the coach on the court.
5 Video beach volleyball serving series with Steve Anderson. This post / article features all the videos as well as descriptions for each videos. Steve is an Olympic Gold Medal Coach and Head Coach of Beach Volleyball Canada.
This is a beach volleyball serving demonstration of the float serve. You will see the serve from 3 different angles namely back view, side view and front view.
Video 2 on beach serving, the arm swing that generates great force and accuracy.
Video 3 with Steve Anderson on Beach Serving discusses addressing the ball or the toss. This is a critical part of serving which is often neglected in our sport relative to a sport like tennis. Steve’s shares his effective and proven step by step approach to addressing the ball.
Video 4 in beach volleyball serving with Steve Anderson is on targeting. Steve has an accuracy tool / sequence he uses called: Hand, ball and target.
In Video 5 on beach volleyball serving with Steve Anderson we talk about rhythm and timing with the serve. Steve describes “Command performance” as you can do it in a game just as well as you can do this in practice.
In this 5 video beach volleyball setting series Steve Anderson shares some incredible tips, and secrets on how to set successfully. This video series is applicable for players of all ages and levels. This video series is a must for all beach coaches and will likely change the way you teach beach volleyball setting!
This is video 1 of 5 on beach volleyball setting technique with Steve Anderson. In this video, video 1 we do a demonstration of how to set correctly. This video includes 4 sets from 3 angle namely back view, side view and 45 degree view. This video sets the foundation for the rest of the videos in the series.
This is video 2 in the series on beach volleyball setting technique with gold medal beach coach Steve Anderson. In this video Steve gets very detailed on how to set a beach volleyball.
In video 3 on beach volleyball setting Steve Anderson now get detailed on footwork and positioning on the net. This is a great video to help players and coaches get under the ball for good technique.
In video 4 on beach volleyball setting technique Steve Anderson shares a setting secret that just might change and improve the way you set forever. We at volleyball1on1.com had never heard this until now and I believe it is awesome advice to help you set more consistently and with less doubles.
In video 5 on beach volleyball setting with Steve he discussed recovery. Like all skills recovery is needed between changing from one skill to the other. Like passing the 3 components of recovery is: Follow Through, Finish, Switch Roles.
This 6 video series on beach volleyball passing offers incredible coaching advice for both players and coaches by Steve Anderson, Beach Volleyball Olympic Gold Medal coach and the current head coach of beach volleyball Canada.
Steve Anderson teaches beach volleyball passing in this series. Video 1 offers a demonstration of correct beach volleyball passing technique from 3 different angles, namely side, back and front.
This video will teach beach volleyball players and coaches correct volleyball passing footwork. This is video 2 in the series of beach volleyball passing videos with Steve Anderson.
Video 3 in the series on beach volleyball passing discusses the important concept of tracking. Steve Anderson describes tracking as – “Moving in time with the information as you get it!”
Steve Anderson in video 4 of beach volleyball passing talks about “Play on the ball”. This means how do we move and contact the ball. This video discusses your platform, follow through and keeping the ball mid line where possible.
Beach volleyball passing and indoor passing are completely different. In this video Steve discusses these differences and how to have success with the skill of beach volleyball passing.
In video 6 on beach volleyball passing with Steve Anderson, Steve discusses the important steps of recovery. This is the important last step for successfully passing in beach volleyball.
Mike talks about how to use a proper arm swing that includes bringing the arm back, using the entire body and more. In this video you will learn some important things that helped Mike be one of the hardest hitters in UCLA Volleyball History.
Mike presents correct hand and arm position for a strong passing platform. This video is a must see for all new volleyball players looking to learn good passing technique.
Mike talks about how to use the shoulders to allow for minor adjustments when passing plus other important passing tips and techniques.
Mike demonstrates how to use the hips and legs for passing. This video offers some of the most important fundamental techniques for volleyball passing.
Mike shows the correct way a player moves their feet to pass the ball. Avoid the cross over and use a shuffle as much as possible.
Mike talks about how to pass when in position one. Most importantly how to react when the server changes position on the back line and where your body should be facing based upon the serve.
Mike discusses why the passer in position six takes the most responsibility on serve receive plus more important tips when passing in position 6.