This video features a continuation and a progression from the previous spray pass drill. Now players not only have to set a bad spray pass, but in some cases the spray pass is so bad they have to set the ball behind themselves. This video also works on player spacing and helps the attacker with where and how to approach a bad pass so they can still maybe be in system or at least get a decent attack in on the bad pass.
Beach volleyball setting drills for all ages and all skill levels. Learn how to set a volleyball with these drills for setting.
This video features the spray pass setting drill and coaching with Anjinho Bacil. A short low pass is a common error when passing the ball infront of your inside leg however at the height Anjinho recommends however practicing this drill results in an easy fix where the setter can improve the play and get the hitter back in system.
In this video Andor and Anjinho review the 4 person cross court pepper beach volleyball drill and each shares their thoughts on the drill.
This video is a continuation and filming from the earlier cross court pepper drill. This drill features allot of verbal cues and coaching on: movement, managing the ball between you and your partner, defense, ball control, setting and more. This video again shows how the best make the game simple and how they make the court smaller and easier between partners.
This 4 person drill is a great warm up beach volleyball drill or drill that can be inserted into any beach volleyball practice to help improve: setting, pulling, defense, movement and player spacing as a team.
Below is the second video of Anjinho Bacil running the Tri-Angle Warm Up Beach Volleyball Drill, but this time from the other side. The tri-angle beach volleyball drill is the most commonly used drill in beach volleyball. Players and coaches will learn…
This video contains the tri-angle warm up beach volleyball bump setting drill with Anjinho Bacil. The drills focuses is bump setting. This video shows allot of important concepts related to coaching and playing beach volleyball that many of the pros use to make the game simple! This includes: Passing the ball straight ahead in front of your inside leg, the correct height when passing, the correct, Approach of the setter when hand and bump setting, plus more…
This video features Anjinho Bacil running the Tri-Angle Warm Up Beach Volleyball Drill. This is a powerful video as he runs the players through the most commonly used drill in beach volleyball. Viewers will learn how Anjinho coaches: Player spacing between partners, approach and footwork for beach volleyball setting, passing location based upon where the ball is served, how players can simplify the game, plus more…
Triangle Warm Up Drill is the most used drill in beach volleyball. The drill works on two of the major skills, passing, setting and warming up players shoulders from hitting. The drill is also great for player spacing and communication. In this video Pedro Brazao takes the players through the drill and offers his own verbal cues and insights.
This is a great warm up setting drill with Jason Lockhead, AVP and FIVB Player / Coach. This drill is designed for high level volleyball players but can be modified to make it easier or harder and you see how Jason does this, making the drill much harder as the players progress through it.
In this video we share advanced beach volleyball setting technique with Stein Metzger. (UCLA Sand Coach, NCAA MVP, Beach Volleyball Olympian)
In these two videos Stein shares and important secret or tip followed by a quick drill to help players improve their volleyball setting particularly their bump setting.
Steve presents a series of videos on setting for beginners that is easy to understand with instruction and drills that can be put into action with confidence.
1. The most common question is answered on what is a legal versus illegal set with a demonstration on the differences.
Tom Black sand volleyball warm up drills, 1 on 1 short court and off the net bump settings. Both these drills focus on building skill while warming the players up, a common theme in all of Tom Black’s practice plans.
Beach and sand volleyball warm up drill featuring Tom Black and LMU Sand volleyball team. This drill helps the players improve their bump setting, one of the most important skills in beach volleyball while helping them warm up.
Beach and sand volleyball drill – off the net bump setting from beach volleyball practice 2 with Tom Black and LMU.
Priscilla talks about transition setting for blockers on the beach plus a transition setting drill. Details include proper footwork for how to pull off the net from both sides whenrunning this beach setting drill.
Setting for a big man on the beach is necessary since very few serves go to the biggest player. In this 6 video series Seth demonstrates how big men can become more effective beach volleyball setters.
Part III the players switch positions with Dana making corrections during and after the play. Great to see some of the corrections and verbal ques.
Part IV the players review how improvements are noticeable. Dana adds even more for the players to work on during the beach volleyball practice.
Part V players switch to the other side of the net and are able to work on any shot they want. Verbal cues are made for good contacts.
Dana works on how to put topspin on a set with this drill. Great drill for developing bump setting for beach volleyball.
Dana puts into practice the corrections made for the player to have good topspin on the set when bump setting in beach volleyball. A ball with spin is easier to hit.
Dana and Andor wrap up the practice with comments from the players.
Adriano demonstrates a drill with all parts of offense, pass, set and spike.
Adriano presents a drill that simulates a pass with the setter getting to the ball and more.
Adriano shows a triangle drill that works on passing, setting and more.
Adriano runs professional player Matt Prosser through part III of a progression drill. The full series is run with Andor. You can see both players are puffing hard at the end of the drill.
Adriano runs professional player Matt Prosser through part IV of a progression drill. The full series is run with Andor. You can see both players are puffing hard at the end of the drill.
Adriano talks about how to do the first part of a progression drill. This works on ball control, footwork and more.
Adriano demonstrates the next part of the drill. Here an extra touch is added, the ball must be hit to the coach in the same area all the time and more.
Adriano discusses part three that adds yet another touch. This is the same drill run with pro player Matt Prosser that adds another touch at the net and more.