In this video we share advanced beach volleyball setting technique with Stein Metzger. (UCLA Sand Coach, NCAA MVP, Beach Volleyball Olympian)
Proper volleyball setting can be the make or break factor for just about any volleyball team at any level. Often times the development of this absolutely essential but deceptively tricky volleyball skill is neglected…but it shouldn’t be. Learn from 3 Time NCAA Champ Stein Metzger.
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Dumping your partner in volleyball for whatever reason you may have is a very delicate process that requires the proper tact and technique so as to move on from your former volleyball partner without making an enemy. Some Fun…
In beach volleyball mental preparation is everything. When you are one of only two people and are defending an entire half of a volleyball court, you want to make sure that you and your partner know exactly what you are both responsible for on your half of the court.
Hi, I’m Stein Metzger 2004 Olympian, 18 time winner on the AVP and FIVB Beach volleyball tours. Today I am going to talk about beach volleyball and how to use the wind to your advantage. This is something you are going to have to learn if you are transitioning from indoor play, to the beach.
Beach volleyball, your partner
For me, I think the number one thing is how do you side out together? When siding out you need to look at three things.
I generally play with taller players who often are not as good at passing so I really focus on my game to be a great setter to compensate for poor passing.
The shot I am most famous for in beach volleyball, the Steino or pokey! The pokey is a shot that I have used to get me out of trouble and put the ball down over the biggest blockers and best defenders.