In this video Wes Schneider shares his best coaching advice specifically for coaches. This video is a must see for all coaches of all levels.
This is a great video for young players looking to play college volleyball. In it Wes offers great advice that we have never heard before for players looking to play college volleyball.
In video and post we get an opportunity to learn about coach Wes Schneider coaching style and why. The question is broad and really revealing as it tells you allot about what the coach focuses on and thinks is important as a coach. Also it reveals allot about what they think are important traits for volleyball coaching success.
This video features a frank and fun conversation about Wes mentors as a coach. No great coach went the road by himself, rather they had help and often learned from the best. In this video is an intimate look at who helped Wes become a good coach and how all coaches should do the same.
This video features a conversations from the office with Wes Schneider on the Standard Drill. The drill is used for 6 on 6 game like situations instead of just playing a game to 25. What it allows the teams to do is focus on just defense or just offense while still playing balls out and working and playing out of transition.
This video features a conversation from the office on the tough swings volleyball drill. This drill simulates a large block the players will be facing competing in one the toughest division in all of sports MPSF Men’s Volleyball.
This video features the conversation from the office regarding servers vs. passers volleyball drill. We have also included round 1 and round 2 of the servers vs. passers drill below.
This video features the conversation from the office regarding the volleyball exchange drill. The point of this drill is to warm up the players while still building skills and working on movement in transition. With the increased speed of the game transition movement has become more and more important.
In this video Wes and Andor talk about the volleyball tennis drill. This is a drill Wes likes to run at the start of practice to warm his players up. The drill also works on several skills including ball control, passing, movement, and reading. Also Wes like the drill because it sets a good tone for practice and gets his players competing early.
In this video Wes and Andor do a quick review of the practice and what went on! This video offers insights into the thought behind the drills as well as particular focuses of the coaching staff while running the drills and the practice.
In this video Wes wraps up the practice with the team, discusses what he likes, dislikes and also give a little pep talk. Every coach has their own style and this video highlights Wes coaching style.
Round 2 of the tough swings drill from earlier. This video sequence includes more verbal cues from the coaches as well as watching the opposites now run the drill. As stated earlier Wes runs this drill to help his attackers deal with a defense that they are not used to particularly on a bad pass where the defense knows the ball is going to the outside.
This is round 2 of the servers verses passers drill. This drill obviously works on serving and passing for the team. Add on to traditional serving and passing include the coach on the box entering in a second ball after the serve. This is done to increase the number of reps for the players plus have a controlled situation where coaches can work on specific things for the passers.
This video features Wes Schneider running the tough swings volleyball drill. Wes run this drill to simulate the tough situations, particularly the tough and large block his hitters will face in matches competing in the NCAA MPSF division. In this volleyball drill for hitters, his spikers have to hit against his 2 biggest blockers where the blockers know the ball is going to the hitter. (Hitter gets 4 out 5 sets!)
The next drill is servers verses passers drill. The drill consist of a serve followed up by an additional ball from a coach hitting on a box in order to increase the number of repetitions.
Wes Schneider Exchange Volleyball Drill is a great drill to help your team with all areas of the game while still warming up the players successfully. Some the the things we see players get out of the drill in particular include learning over head ball control meaning a control swing.
In this video you will get to see how Wes introduces practice to his team and goes through the team announcements. This is very revealing and we encourage all coaches to watch this and learn. Also Wes has a very mellow style of coaching that that is similar or fits many coaches out there.
In this video Cal Baptist Coach Wes Schneider goes over the volleyball practice outline for the day. In this video you also will learn the reasoning behind certain drills and how they fit into the team goals and the point in season where the team is currently competing.
In this Volleyball1on1.com exclusive first you get and inside look at Cal Baptist Men’s Volleyball Program including; campus, coaching staff, player facilities and more. This video is a must see for all players looking to play college volleyball particularly players looking to play at Cal Baptist!
Below are the next set of 10 exercises and drills for volleyball strength and conditioning. The 10 Drills Include: Roman Lunges, Walking Lunges, High Knee Lunges, Reverse Lunges, Lunge Squat Lunge, Lunge Twist, Reverse Lunge Twist, Front Back Lunges, Heisman Hold and Step with Back Lunge.
In this video you get a quick tour and introduction to Concordia University, the Men’s Volleyball program and its coach Shawn Patchell. The staff at Volleyball1on1 love Concordia University and its talented coaching staff. We highly recommend this school for consideration for any volleyball players.
Concordia Men’s volleyball practice plan breakdown and overview in front of the board with coach Shawn Patchell. This will give new coaches a overview of how great coaches organize their practice plans. Also you will notice how the board is organized and used to direct and motivate the players.
Concordia Men’s Volleyball Start of Practice Meeting and Prey with Shawn Patchell. This is a good opening video that will give players an idea of what it is like to sit in the team meeting at the start of practice at Concordia University. Also for coaches this may offer ideas on running team meetings.
In this 2 video series you get a detailed explanation on what is the correct warm up for volleyball and why. This warm up is similar to what the USA men’s and women’s national team use to get in shape.
Spiderman dynamic volleyball warm up drill with Shawn Patchell works on stretching the players while immediately getting on the ball. It is a simple drill that works on a skill not often focused on during practice, namely passing low balls, plus it gets the team on the ball and touching the volleyball.
This volleyball movement drill helps with both passing and defensive movement. The drill teaches players to move in all directions without taking a negative step. This drill is great for players of all levels!
Shawn Patchell 10 high, 10 low volleyball defense warm up drill is a great drill to warm up your hitters shoulders plus work on defense and digging a low ball followed by digging a high ball with your hands.
Serving and passing drills are common in all coaches practices however what I really like about the way Shawn Patchell and his coaching staff run this drill is how the coaches use technology and strategic coach placement to maximize individual attention / feedback and player improvement. See all 6 videos of this drill here!
In this drill you will hear important tips and verbal cues from Shawn Patchell for Over the Net Pepper Drill. This post also includes links to other teams including USA Men’s team running this drill.
In this video you will get to see how Shawn interacts with his teams and motivates them. This video also provides insights on how good coaches communicate with their players.
Shawn Patchell 5 In, 5 Out of System drill is a drill that works on defense – reading the game and on the offense calibrating their attack. This drill can be run with just 1 coach yet allow the coach to accomplish an incredible amount. This video combines 3 videos for easy viewing.
This series of 5 videos features the 6 on 6 game like portion of practice. The drill is the 4 ball drill that features 2 serves, an out of system attack and then a free ball. The game is scored in such a way that the offense should sideout at 75% to score points while the defense should side out at 50% to score points.