In this conversation from the office Bill Ferguson explains “Tell the Truth Monday” and how they got the name and how it fits into his volleyball practice planning and coaching philosophy.
Volleyball coaching advice for indoor and beach volleyball by top volleyball coaches and players. Tips and advice for all aspects of the game including beach and indoor volleyball.
This video features Bill Ferguson and Andor Gyulai reviewing practice, the drills and what was accomplished. The theme of the practice was tell the truth Monday and this definitely came across in how the practice was designed and the goals for the practice.
Bill Ferguson – Breakout Sessions – Setting Breakout and Understanding Breakout Sessions for Max Skill Building Results
Breakout Sessions are periods in Bill Ferguson’s volleyball practice where groups of players often divided by position can improve very specific skills the coaches and team identifies from reviewing game footage. In this video you will see how Bill works with the setters to work on setting while the others coaches work with players in other positions on other skills.
This video features Bill Ferguson (USC – Head Men’s Coach) and Andor Gyulai (Owner – Volleyball1on1.com) discussing the important concepts and reasons behind adding music to practice. This article features two videos with different endings. One videos was used for the AVCA Video Tip of the Week while the other video was used for Volleyball1on1 only.
In this video Dr.Bill Harrison discusses how the rapid switching of your eyes stops thinking and forces only seeing. This is an extremely powerful concept that can be used by players to eliminate the focus on past errors that just happened and rather focus on the coming next play.
Until recently most coaches were flat out wrong as too why an error occurred in the kinetic chain of motor skill movement as it relates to sports. For most coaches the focus of the breakdown will generally be perceived as a breakdown in technique or a breakdown in mental concentration. What is interesting is that nothing could be further from the truth. Most mistakes in sports occur because of a breakdown in vision.
In this video Bill Harrison discusses important concepts as they relate to the zone, the peak the of athletic performance.
Conversations from the Office – Allan Vince, Cal Baptist University Men’s Volleyball Assistant Coach
This is a video featuring Allan Vince, Cal Baptist University Men’s Volleyball Assistant Coach. Allan has had a remarkable career as a player for UCLA and overseas as a pro. His understanding as an assistant coach is remarkable and it is just a matter of time till he is the head coach somewhere.
In this video Wes Schneider shares his best coaching advice specifically for coaches. This video is a must see for all coaches of all levels.
In video and post we get an opportunity to learn about coach Wes Schneider coaching style and why. The question is broad and really revealing as it tells you allot about what the coach focuses on and thinks is important as a coach. Also it reveals allot about what they think are important traits for volleyball coaching success.
Shawn Patchell and his assistant coach Brad discuss and review the practice and whether as a group, meaning the coaches and the players accomplished the practice goals. This is am insightful video and should not be missed.
In this video Shawn discusses important points regarding reading the game and volleyball vision. Shawn has worked closely with some of the best in this area of volleyball on the national team and in this video it shows. This videos also brings home some of the important points on vision and blocking that were worked on in the 5 In, 5 Out of System Drill Earlier.
In this video Shawn Patchell shares information about Concordia Volleyball as well as his information about background as a coach and as a program.
This is a good video for all volleyball players looking to play in college.
Shawn Patchell discusses the Concordia Men’s dynamic volleyball warmup. This is a series of exercises he picked up while working with the USA men’s national team.
In this video Shawn explains his reasoning behind including the 10 high, 10 low drill in practice as well as the verbal cues and what he hopes the impact of the drill will be on his volleyball players.
This video features Shawn Patchell discussing the serving and passing drill from practices that uses the Tivo. In this video Shawn describes how he came to use the Tivo as well as talks about many of the other verbal cues he uses for his players that he picked up from volleyball greats like, Alan Knipe and Karch Kiraly.
In this video Shawn gets detailed and discussed the 6 on 6 player, 4 ball volleyball drill. He breaks down each element of the drill its purpose and what he as a coach is focused on as it relates to verbal cues, player instruction and more. This conversation from the office is very revealing and shows why USA volleyball has such high regard for Shawn as a coach.
This video features Concordia and USA volleyball coach Shawn Patchell sharing advice for players looking to play college and professional volleyball. This is a great video offering tremendous insights on what you need to do to play at the next level.
In this video Shawn Patchell offers advice for other coaches. This video is really insightful as it offers good easy to use advice to help all coaches at any level get better. Also see Shawn video where he talks about his coaching style and how his style helps make better players.
In this video Shawn Patchell talks about his coaching style and how he developed this style as a player and coach.
In this video Shawn Patchell offers volleyball coaching advice on how to connect with your players successfully as a coach. This video offers a great perspective from a top level coach who has coached teams of all levels including high school, club, USA Boys, men’s college, USA men’s teams and even professional teams.
Andor Gyulai (Owner Volleyball1on1) and our staff has spent allot of time at Concordia University filming the Men’s and Women’s Volleyball Programs. In this video we talk about why you should consider attending and playing volleyball here.
In this video Trevor Johnson talks about his coaching style and offers advice on coaching. This is a good video for all you new coaches out there!
In this video Trevor Johnson discusses understanding the group dynamics when coaching women’s volleyball. This is a great video for all you male coaches coaching female volleyball players.
Trevor Johnson, Concordia University shares coaching advice on volleyball recruiting that helped him win the NAIA National Championship their first year as a program. This is a great video where Trevor offers easy to use insights that will help with your recruiting effort if you are a coach.
Trevor Johnson shares coaching advice on how to win and what he did as a coach to help his program have success its first year. This video is an eye opener and will help you as a coach with important elements for success.
Stein talks about using the pokey and how one of them has his name, “The Steino”.
Stein presents part 13 of 27 for setters. Discussed is how to be an effective leader and taking charge as the general on the court.
Stein presents part 12 of 27 for setters. Discussed is how to see what the defense is doing while setting. This is a advanced principal and critical for success at the higher level.
Stein presents part 11 of 27 for setters. Discussed is what is bic set is and how to run “The Bic” effectively. For those interested in the history of the “Bic” set and How Jeff and Stein created the name and were the first to run it in college volleyball go here now for more information.
Beach volleyball is a 2 person per team sport and as such the ability to be a good partner on the court is a critical aspect of success. In this video Sinjin discusses how to be a good beach volleyball partner.
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Logan Tom presents a video series on volleyball passing technique. These videos present the basics that every player from beginner to Olympian must use.