This video discussed body positioning for beach volleyball blocking. In this video Steve discusses the most important points on where the blocker should be position on the net as the play develops.
Mike talks about how to read queues from the setter and hitter when blocking. This includes: watch the setter’s body position, the hitter’s shoulder and more.
Mike discusses the first responsibility of the outside hitter blocker. Also how to assist the middle blocker.
Mike demonstrates further the first, second and third hits the outside blocker is responsible for.
Mike presents how much to commit to the back one attack and still be able to block the outside ball.
Mike talks about the value of two steps to an outside block versus the cross over steps for a swing block. This is an interesting video and offers alternative perspective to just swing blocking.
Mike presents how to execute the cross over step to move from the middle to the outside block position.
Mike shows how to use the cross over step when doing a swing block. This covers some of the most important techniques in volleyball blocking footwork.
Mike presents how to use cheat steps to help out with volleyball defense, while still being available to block.
Mike talks about and demonstrates what to do with the hands and upper body when blocking.
Mike presents a video on the first responsibilities of an outside blocker in position two plus other important volleyball blocking tips.
Mike demonstrates the correct footwork to use including the step, double step, cross over and more for blocking. This is a great technical on the different types of volleyball blocking footwork.
Mike talks about what to do with the hands and upper body when reading the hitter and blocking in position 2.
Mike presents a video on warming up for blocking. Tap blocks, swing blocks and more are shown for volleyball warm ups.
Mike covers blocking in this 6 video series. Broken down are key points to the swing block, blocking the outsides in position two and position four, how to play in transition and finally what a blockers mentality must be. This video series is a must for all indoor players and coaches.
Stein presents part 20 of 27 for setters. Shown is correct blocking hand position for setters.
Stein presents part 19 of 27 for setters. Shown is correct blocking footwork for setters.
This is a 45 minute video where Brian Gimmillaro goes over every detail as it relates to volleyball blocking technique. This video is great for coaches and players of all ages and is a must for players looking to play in college or volleyball coaches looking to successfully coach the sport.
In practice volleyball blocking drill by Brian Gimmillaro with the LBS Women’s Volleyball team. This is a great, easy to do rapid fire drill that allows coahes to offer allot of feedback while give players the opportunity to do lots of reps and work on volleyball form when blocking
Blocking in volleyball has evolved as the speed of the game continues to increase. Gold medal coach Gary Sato presents the basics of how to block effectively.
1. Thirds is the basic building blocks of blocking. Each front row player is assigned a specific section of the net.
In this series of 6 videos Andor Gyulai will discuss every detail as it relates to blocking on the left side or in area 4 when playing indoor volleyball. Specifics that will be discussed include eye sequence, responsibilities, footwork, reading the hitting, strong moves and more. This video is great for players and coaches.
Eric finishes beach volleyball blocking video series with a progression drill on blocking situations. Presented here is part three of a three part mini series on blocking.
This is a great video and drill where you see exactly how Bill Ferguson and Jeff Nygaard run blocking trips.
Learning volleyball blocking footwork is not easy, but it is very rewarding when done right. Hi, my name is Mike Diehl and I have been a professional indoor volleyball player for the past 15 years. I won the NCAA championship at UCLA in 1993, was the Bud-Light 4 Man MVP and First Team All-American at the 1989 Junior Olympics.