Logan coaches volleyball spiking in this series of instructional videos. The fundamentals are shown in great detail for beginners and pros alike.
This video is a great example of something Stein picked up while competing in Boulder, Colorado on the AVP Pro Tour that really helped him be a better player and get more kills and more aces while playing at altitude. The technique is call the “Goose Neck – Snap it Like a Pig”.
Mike talks about three different drills using a medicine ball to increase hitting power.
Mike walks through how to warm up hitting by starting from the back row with easy long shots. Visualizing the blocker is up.
Mike presents a video instructional series on spiking from the right side or opposite position. In this advanced series of 6 instructional videos tips and technique include proper approach footwork to selecting shots to beat the blockers. This is another must see by Mike Diehl!
Mike presents a video instructional series on spiking from the left side or outside hitter position. In this advanced series are tips of a proper approach to selecting shots to beat the blockers. This 6 video series is a must for all outside hitters and coaches!
1. On the approach hitters need to keep their weight behind the ball. This maximizes momentum for more power and better selection of hits.
Volleyball spiking and hitting technique taught by Brian Gimmillaro is what you will find in this 45 minute instructional volleyball video. Brian has taught some of America greatest players and in this video he will share the same tips, tools and techniques used by these volleyball legends.
Ed’s favorite volleyball warm up drill for the arm includes good ball control for hitting.
Demonstrated is how a typical 3-1 or gap set can be used as a decoy for a slight variation. Olympic gold medal coach Gary Sato compares and contrasts the differences.
Excellent volleyball spiking requires more than just a powerful hit. As a large hitter who was known for hitting the crap out of the volleyball, I found that my biggest problem when I was spiking was not that I wasn’t generating enough power, but that I wasn’t maintaining good control over the ball when I hit it. Learn how to change that!
There are few skills in the sport of volleyball as much fun as volleyball spiking. In this series of videos Andor Gyulai will explain what it takes to have perfect technique and form when hitting a volleyball. This series of videos on the subject are the most popular videos in the world on learning volleyball spiking and hitting technique.
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.
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.
Hitting the D
During my career, particularly the last ten I became extremely proficient spiking the D set out the back row.
For me the first thing you want to consider is your approach and your starting point. Often I see players approaching from inside the court and straight down the line.
Learn how to volleyball spike and hit with Mike Diehl. Hi, I’m Mike Diehl, fifteen year indoor volleyball pro including three time league MVP, league kill leader and league ace leader. Also Bud 4-man beach tour MVP, kill leader and NCAA Champion at UCLA. This video series will cover how to spike a volleyball properly from position four.