epper is made more engaging, intense and active for the players with this tip from twelve year coach David Fischer.Details
Giving a full demonstration of the jump float serve and explaining its effectiveness in women’s and girls’ volleyball is twelve year coach.
A miniscule difference is using the valve on the ball to direct its direction on court. Demonstration is to use the classic 3 step approach serve at the passer’s nose to throw off their depth perception.
David Fischer demonstrates how to execute and successfully use a powerful jump serve for beginners and pros. Beginners learn and pros can review the basics and fundamentals of how to toss and approach the ball. Think like a hitter when jump serving by progressing from the ten foot line and backing up to the end line.Details
Pro player and twelve year coach David Fischer presents an entire series of drills that can be done by one person with a ball and a wall. Work on the arm swing and get the most out of it using down balls. Add an extra skill by setting yourself while working on hitting against the wall.Details
Warming up gets the blood flowing and sets the tone for entire practice or matches. David Fischer runs his girls college team through a full warm up that has everyone ready to play at their best. Walking sounds easy until you add setting, passing and other movements as you move from end line to end line.Details
David Fischer is a pro player and coach with twelve plus years experience. In this series he tells everyone how to do what they love the most, hitting and spiking. First you need to know where to hit the ball to the different areas of the open court. Footwork in the proper sequence gets you to the ball quickly and easily.Details
Pro player and twelve plus year coach David Fischer shows everything on how to pass a volleyball. David runs his college team through step by step instructions that is easy for everyone to understand. David presents common mistakes by beginners and how to correct them with the proper form and technique.Details
Keeping the ball up on your side of the net leads to points being scored. Alicia goes through six of her favorite drills to keep the ball up.
One arm digs are a necessity and perfected with practice. Chicken wings are best you use a flat surface to contact the ball.