This is a 5 videos beach volleyball defense series teaching the skill of defense. It features gold medal coach and head coach of beach volleyball Canada Steve Anderson.
Mike talks about how active a player in position four must be on defense, plus other important volleyball defensive concepts and tips.
Mike breaks down what the defender in position six must look for, hand position and other tips.
Mike goes into greater detail on position and movement of the hips, knees and other parts of the body when defending position six.
Mike talks about how to increase speed when moving off the net from position two defense and more.
Mike demonstrates where a defender in position one starts, responsibilities, footwork and more details.
Mike talks about the defenders mentality, volleyball team defense and more.
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.
Logan Tom talks and coaches how to play volleyball defense in position six. For the last 12 years Logan has consistently been one of the best defenders in the world. This video reveals why.
Logan Tom coaches the correct eye sequence and awareness of for players when playing defense in position six.
Logan Tom demonstrates how to dig several different shots when playing volleyball defense.
This is a 45 Minute video on volleyball defense taught by one of America best technical coaches name Brian Gimmillaro. This video will go through all aspects of learning to play defense and is great for players and coaches.
Gary knows first hand height does not affect the defensive part of the game. This video series discusses the fundamentals to playing defense in various positions. It culminates with what a defenders mindset needs to be.
1. The stance begins in an athletic position with arms out in a neutral place and relaxed.
The overhand dig allows players to cover a larger area of the court. Olympic gold medal coach Gary Sato explains how this move from the beach is applied to the indoor court.
Logan is arguably the #1 indoor volleyball player in the world. She is the Co-Captain of the US National team and is a 4 year time all American player at Stanford with 1 NCAA title. Logan is going to compete on her 4th Olympic games and led the 2008 Olympics in points.