This video features taping techniques for achilles and calf injuries and problems. This is a new type of tape on the market that absorbs and creates load thus doing different things than tradition athletic tape of kinesio tape.
This video offers new ideas and ways on helping players create trunk rotation volleyball power using bio-mchanic tape by Dynamic Tape. This video features a volleyball taping volleyball players muscle proprioceptive so as once the tape is removed the player is more conscious of using their trunk and hips to generate power.
This video features volleyball taping techniques for sacroiliac joint And pelvic stability. This is not a common volleyball injury no less one that does occur from time to time. This taping technique can be used for a wide range of injuries related to movement and spinal stability and therefore we felt it was worth filming and adding to Volleyball1on1.com.
As all players know patellar tendonitis is a common volleyball injury that affects players of all levels. In this video we show a new taping technique using Dynamic Bio Mechanic Tape. This is a new tape on the market that offers a new way to address common volleyball injuries. This taping technique is pretty simple and can be performed by a player, parent, coach or trainer.
One of the most common injuries in volleyball is back injuries. In this video Andor Gyulai and Ryan Kendrick discuss a new tape and taping technique for common back injuries. This tape and technique is new on the market and features bio mechanic tape by Dynamic Tape.
In this video Andor Gyulai and Ryan Kendrick of Dynamic Tape go over a easy taping technique to deal with deceleration volleyball shoulder injuries. This can be done by parents, coaches and trainers and will significantly help with deceleration shoulder problems.
As most good coaches know using your trunk to initiate your volleyball spiking power is critical to avoiding injury. In this video Andor Gyulai (Owner – Volleyball1on1.com) and Ryan Kendrick (Owner – Dynamic Tape) discuss how Dynamic Bio-Mechanic tape can be used to fix and improve volleyball spiking technique.
We are currently offering for a limited time FREE SKILL or COACHING EVALUATIONS with all volleyball1on1 memberships. This is a $65 Value that can have a huge impact on improving your volleyball skills or volleyball coaching.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
This is a volleyball indoor defense demo with Mike Diehl of volleyball1on1.com. This is a 45 degree angle view at 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.
This is a volleyball indoor left side blocking demo with Mike Diehl of volleyball1on1.com. This is a side view slowed to 25% 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.
This is a volleyball indoor left side blocking demo with Mike Diehl of volleyball1on1.com. This is a back view slowed to 25% 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.
Volleyball Demonstration – Kerri Walsh and April Ross – Sideout Off Two Ball Attack Off Serve, April Spiking
This volleyball demonstration features Kerri Walsh setting April Ross to attack the second ball while the blocker is running up. As you can see the defense is not ready and gets absolutely owned on the play. This play should be run when the defense has a blocker that serves a weak serve that is easy to pass and you partner is a strong hitter.
Volleyball Demonstration – Kerri Walsh and April Ross – Angle Block, Line Defense with April Blocking
Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross are featured in this demonstration with Kerri Serving and playing line defense and April blocking Angle. Kerri and April are two of the top beach players in the world and this was their first tournament playing together.
Volleyball Demonstration – Kerri Walsh and April Ross – Sideout on Angle Attack Off Serve, Kerri Spiking
This Volleyball Demonstration features a sideout pass, set, hit with Olympians Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross. Kerri passes serve and attacks while April sets. Kerri spikes a hard angle ball that is dug but not controlled well and converted.
This 7 Angle volleyball demonstration features a sideout attack off serve with pass (April), set (Kerri) and spike (April). This was the first tournament the two Olympians played together in and yet they won it. Kerri Walsh Jennings is a 3 Time Gold Medal Olympian and April Ross is a Silver Medal Olympian.
To help you along as a coach or player I have begun uploading volleyball demonstrations filmed with 7 camera at different angles simultaneously. What this does is help volleyball players with clear visual images for learning volleyball skill like never before.
In this 7 Angle volleyball demonstration, Sean Rosenthal and Olympics Gold medalist sideout on a cut shot off serve receive. Sean is spiking / attacking with Phil setting.
Demo Kerri Walsh and April Ross – Line Block, Angle Defense with Volleyball Transition Hit, April Blocking
In this 7 Angle volleyball demonstration, Kerri Walsh Jennings (3 Time Gold Medalist) and April Ross (Silver Medalist) demonstrate a line block by April with Kerri doing angle defense. This video includes Kerri digging the ball with a transition spike / hit.
Demo – Kerri Walsh and April Ross – Angle Block, Line Defense with Volleyball Transition Hit, Kerri Blocking
This volleyball demonstration includes Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist Kerri Walsh and April Ross. This is the first tournament the two played together in Huntington Beach, CA for the AVP Tour in 2013. This video demonstration features a angle block by Kerri Walsh Jennings with April Ross playing defense and running the line, followed by a transition set and hit.
Are You Lifting For Volleyball Correctly? – 6 5 14 Enews. Plus the launch of all 3 Velocity Workouts.
This series of 16 videos features a Jump / Landing Workout filmed at Velocity Newport Mesa with Sports Performance Coach Chase Cameron. Chase and the rest of the Velocity team train allot of top volleyball players including Pro AVP players like Ed Ratledge. This is the second of three workouts we filmed at Velocity Sports Performance.
This series of videos was filmed at Velocity Newport Mesa with Sports Performance Coach Jason Moreno. Jason and their team train allot of top volleyball players including Pro AVP players like Ed Ratledge. This is one of three workouts we filmed at Velocity Sports Performance. For those of you looking for live in person training with velocity contact them directly.
Here at Volleyball1on1 we feel Velocity Sports Performance – Newport Mesa offers one of the best workout facilities with some of the best trainers available for volleyball anywhere. In this video you will find out a little more about Velocity Sports Performance and working with their expert trainers. If you have questions and would like a personal testimonial from Andor Gyulai the owner of volleyball1on1 on working with them contact us!
This video features another great core full body workout exercise for volleyball. This exercise namely landmine press works both the core and upper body to help athletes and trainers maximize the use of time while in the gym.
This video contains two of our favorite exercises for volleyball, RDL’s (Romanian Dead lift) and anti rotation core stability training. What we like about RDL is that it is one of the best exercises to build hamstrings, one of the most critical muscles for jumping and volleyball. As for the core anti rotation stability exercise, we love this exercise as what we hear from many of our top athletes is that this is one of the most important factors for injury prevention when spiking.