Olympic gold medalist Eric Fonoimoana knows blocking on the beach is multifaceted. Presented here is part one of a three part mini series on blocking. To view all of Eric Fonoimoana’s videos – Click Here!Details
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.
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.Details
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.
Olympic gold medalist Eric Fonoimoana Volleyball Stretching – Situps on the TRAINERmat.
The TRAINERmat is designed for both indoor and outdoor volleyball fitness. This sport-specific mat features the strengthening and stretching exercises used by professional volleyball players worldwide. The mat’s 27 exercises are ideal for anyone who wants to improve their sportDetails