Stein presents part 11 of 27 for setters. Discussed is what is bic set is and how to run “The Bic” effectively. For those interested in the history of the “Bic” set and How Jeff and Stein created the name and were the first to run it in college volleyball go here now for more information.
UCLA Head Sand Coach, Stein Metzger was a 2004 Olympian, an 18 time AVP champion, FIVB winner. He is also best known for leading UCLA to 4 consecutive NCAA finals as a starting setting of which they won 3 championships and was named the MVP his senior year. In 2012 and 2013 he coached over 50 Pro FIVB and AVP players each years including male and female players from countries across the globe.
Stein presents part 10 of 27 for setters. Discussed is how to set all areas of the back row.
Stein presents part 9 of 27 for setters. Discussed is how to run three different basic middle sets for middle hitters.
Stein presents part 8 of 27 for setters. Talked about is how to find the weakest blockers and how the hitters like the set.
Stein presents part 7 of 27 for setters. Demonstrated is how a fast outside set is done spreading the offense to the pins.
Stein presents part 6 of 27 for setters. Demonstrated is how a high outside set is executed on a broken play.
Stein presents part 5 of 27 for setters. Demonstrated is how to do a volleyball jump set and the most crucial part of correct form.
Stein presents part 4 of 27 for setters. Demonstrated is how to do a backset with correct form and technique.
Stein presents part 3 of 27 for setters. Demonstrated is correct footwork to square up to the target on each set.
Stein presents part 2 of 27 for setters. Demonstrated is setters starting position on the court and when to move after the ball is served.
Stein presents part 1 of 27 for indoor setters on setting. Demonstrated is hand placement on the ball and the technique of hands high above the head.
Stein gives an example of how to prepare mentally before each play.
Like many professional volleyball players, I have a very love/hate relationship with volleyball referees. Referee’s have been given the unenviable task of passing judgement down upon people who tend to be over six feet tall and in pretty decent shape…so let’s just say being a referee can sometimes be a challenging job.
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…
Stein Metzger demonstrates how to pass a deep serve in beach volleyball.
In this instructional volleyball coaching series Stein teaches how to pass a short serve in beach volleyball.
In this volleyball coaching video Stein Metzger teaches how and when to serve a deep serve.
In this instructional volleyball coaching series Stein teaches how and why to serve a short serve.
Stein gives instruction on how to play defense on the sand. Defense start with reading then reacting with the correct footwork and form to get to the ball. In these instructional videos Stein coaches both for beach volleyball defense.
In this video series Stein Metzger teaches beach volleyball passing technique. This video show a number of important tips and secrets.
1. Preparing means mentally as well as physically on the court. Envision the next play. Where the ball will go. What your partner will do next.
In this series of videos Stein Metzger coaches beach volleyball spiking technique. This is a great instructional series for all players looking to hit better when playing sand volleyball.
Stein presents a six video series on setting for the beach. In these coaching videos correct form is taught along with coaching tips on how to improve beach volleyball setting technique.
1. For footwork start in a neutral position and step straight ahead when the ball is passed. Start by practicing the steps and positioning without the ball. Then add a ball and finally a spike.
This series contains 6 videos by Olympian Stein Metzger on how to dig a volleyball.
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.
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.