Priscilla shows and explains a cut shot drill. The drill is run on both sides of the court with two players.
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Priscilla presents two line shot drills for the beach. Each drill is with two players switching to both sides of the net for a lot of touches and cardio.
Priscilla demonstrates a series of speed and agility beach drills. This set of ladder drills build on speed, footwork and agility to help with all areas of volleyball play.
Priscilla walks through a drill for beach volleyball defense. The drill includes digging two hard shots then chasing down a line shot or a cut shot on defense. To view all of Priscilla Lima’s videos – Click Here!
Priscilla talks about transition setting for blockers on the beach plus a transition setting drill. Details include proper footwork for how to pull off the net from both sides whenrunning this beach setting drill.
Priscilla presents a drill on passing the short and deep serve. The drill enforces identifying each serve so that players are not caught off guard.
Priscilla presents a passing drill for moving side to side. Players need to get behind the ball and focus passing straight in front of them.
Being a former hitter indoors Marcin demonstrates how to play effective volleyball defense with proper body position and footwork.
Seth presents a 6 video series on hitting with power. Using a bungee cord these exercises greatly increase arm speed and power when spiking a volleyball on both the beach and indoor.
Seth talks about blocking on the beach. This series of 6 instructional videos applies the basics of volleyball blocking for both beach and indoor.
Setting for a big man on the beach is necessary since very few serves go to the biggest player. In this 6 video series Seth demonstrates how big men can become more effective beach volleyball setters.
Seth presents a six video series on how to jump serve in beach volleyball including drills for jumps serving.
Passing requires a good platform and correct footwork which indoor middle blockers. Seth explains how to pass effectively.
Seth presents doing your homework. Homework involves scouting the opponent through video and talking to other teams before matches. This is am important key for beach volleyball success.
Moving from indoor to beach means having to play in varying weather conditions. Seth talks about playing in different types of sand, wind and other weather conditions successfully.
The volleyball community is very small and people skills are absolutely necessary. Burnham tells how to best interact with all people in tournaments and with practice as you never know when you may need a new teammate in beach volleyball.
When in trouble on the beach there is one place to put the ball. Seth demonstrates a drill of hitting to the middle.
Seth talks about and runs a drill for hitting or spiking on two. The first advantage is to keep the defense on their heels and many other reasons.
Communication with your partner starts before the ball is served by signaling blocking strategies among others things. Seth discusses the best manner to communicate when playing beach volleyball.
Seth talks about the arm swing on the beach. Indoor the arm swing is faster and more compact while a longer swing outdoors requires many adjustments as mentioned in the video.
Seth plays a game of Vollis with Andor. Vollis is a combination of volleyball and tennis.
Lauren shares a video series of communicating on the beach. This series provides examples of knowing what and when to say something on offense, defense and transition.
Lauren presents a video series on blocking. Lauren presents the differences of beach vs indoor, what to do after the block and how blockers can use the wind to their advantage.
Lauren discusses how to exploit an opponents weakness. This series discusses the effectiveness of serving, momentum and intimidation to win matches.
Lauren presents a six part series on transitioning to the beach from indoor. The most important parts of the game are covered along with strategy.
Lauren talks about using video tape. Specifically how to use it effectively to strengthen weak parts of a players game.
Lauren presents a video on the overhand dig for beach volleyball defense. In this the dig is demonstrated to keep control of the ball.
Lauren talks about tough serving. Strategies are discussed primarily with making the opponent move to pass the ball.
Lauren discusses how to use your center of gravity. Examples are shown of when to use it for blocking and pulling.
Lauren demonstrates a one arm dig drill. Discussed is how the drill improves a players range and skill when two arms can be used.
Lauren discusses and demonstrates serve receive. Details on how to handle a high and fast server are covered.
Lauren talks about how to tool the block. Discussed are which sets to use the tool and what type of blocker is easy to tool.