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Eric Fonoimoana Beach Volleyball Passing

ric shows an entire series of videos on passing. Everything is covered in great detail starting with the basics to a drill for superior passing skills.

1. Position is key by always being aware of where the end line and back line are. Decide before the serve who will cover the middle of the court.
2. Keep the arms out in front and prepared for anything to easily locate the ball and make the pass.

Eric Fonoimoana Beach Volleyball Spiking

Olympic gold medalist Eric Fonoimoana presents his series on spiking and sideing out every single time. Known as a powerful attacker Eric tells how he became prolific in scoring points.
Prepare and sell the hit by always being aggressive on the jump. A higher vertical is achieved by swinging the arms back on the approach then swinging the arms up to get out of the sand quicker. Scout out the opponents defense before the spike to get the kill.

Eric Fonoimoana Beach Volleyball Defense

Defense wins championships. Eric presents a series of videos on defense that led him to the ultimate prize, an Olympic gold medal.

1. Begin by positioning on the sand with the feet and arms in the correct location.
2. Using correct footwork to run down a shot with minimal steps increases speed.

Eric Fonoimoana Beach Volleyball Blocking

ric shows how dropping off the net means first identifying when to drop into the court after the set is made. In this series it is described how learning this skill helped make him an Olympic gold medalist.

1. Good footwork starts with the inside foot facing parallel to the net and ending with a hop step.

Eric Fonoimoana Beach Volleyball Bump Setting

Eric learned on the beach how to bump set and now presents a series of videos showing how to master this skill. Valuable insight on how to use the bump set properly is explained from the 2000 Olympic gold medalist.
1. Start in the correct stance by getting the platform out early and level to the ground.

Eric Fonoimoana Volleyball Stretching – Shoulder Stretch

Olympic gold medalist Eric Fonoimoana Volleyball Stretching – Shoulder Stretch
Note: Eric Videos do not require the mat. If you are looking for some great warm up stretches for volleyball, developed by two gold medalist namely Eric Fonoimoana and Misty May-Treanor be sure to look at the volleyball stretching videos

Eric Fonoimoana Volleyball Stretching – Arm Circles

Eric Fonoimoana Volleyball Stretching – Arm Circles Exercise 1 – Arm Circles: Small/Big – 10 rep each side each way Note: Eric Videos do not require the mat. If you are looking for some great warm up stretches for volleyball, developed by two gold medalist namely Eric Fonoimoana and Misty May-Treanor be sure to look…

Alicia Zamparelli the Pokey in Beach Volleyball

The perfect pokey and how it is done is shown by Alicia in this video series. Every player must have this move in their arsenal.

1. What the pokey is and a drill to get started
2. How to use the pokey on defense
3. Quickly adjust when the ball is hit easy and the hands are already up high

Kent Steffes – The Greatest Beach Volleyball Player Ever (Male)

Kent Steffes – The Greatest Volleyball Player Ever. If you had to ask any volleyball fan who is the greatest male player to ever play the game most would say Karch Kiraly. I would argue that he was the best indoor and outdoor player to play the game but Kent Steffes was the greatest player to play beach Volleyball period.

Misty May and Karch Kiraly, The Impact of their Fathers on their Volleyball Careers

Learn about May-Treanor and Karch Kiraly – Impact of their Fathers on their Volleyball Careers. Misty May-Treanor and Karch Kiraly are universally acknowledged as the best female and best male volleyball players in volleyball history. In this brief article we will discuss some factors that help lead to them both making volleyball history. There is…

Participating in My First Charlie Saikley 6-Man Beach Tourney (aka the Manhattan 6-Man)

I’ve delayed writing this article now for several days in the hopes that I’d receive a lot of emailed pictures one of my teammate’s parents took throughout the whole day. Needless to say I’m still waiting for the pictures and will edit this post as soon as they arrive (hopefully soon). But because the event was almost a week ago and was extraordinarily fun I want to get this up now.