In business the need to innovate is not only critical for success, but survival. Coaching volleyball is similar to business yet many high school, club programs and camp providers don’t understand this critical fact. The result is they begin a downward spiral of losing or worse yet, creating a culture where kids do not want…
This area is for volleyball demonstrations on all skills including passing, setting, spiking, serving, blocking and defense. Volleyball1on1 offers both indoor and beach demo videos.
This video features beach volleyball jump serving technique tips with Andor Gyulai the owner of Volleyball1on1.com. This videos features tips for improving serve consistence using ideas used by top players like Karch Kiraly and Kent Steffes. Important concepts include limiting your approach, lowering your toss and changing your contact point when you serve Video of…
The goal of this video example is to show you an example of the Step-Close Beach Volleyball Blocking Technique in action as well as answer questions that are coming up regarding the technique. The examples in this video are for situations with a less than ideal situation to step close, yet the block still works!…
In this video series I review what I think is some bad blocking technique by Ryan “Avatar” Doherty. I love Ryan as a person and all that he does for the sport of beach volleyball. I highly encourage you to pick up his book (Avatar’s Guide to Beach Volleyball: Everything you need to know about…
I was playing this weekend when my partner posted this video. I thought it displayed several excellent lessons for indoor volleyball setting that I feel the majority of coaches often miss, either because they do not play beach or simply haven’t been exposed to enough beach volleyball. Now, given that setting has been statistically determined…
In this video we review youth high school volleyball blocking and coaching mistakes. The video also brings in good lessons from Kerri Walsh Jennings on blocking and can be used as a tool for coaches to help young players learn to love the game and watch more beach volleyball.
So as many of you know I still love playing beach volleyball competitively and I wanted to share an important tip that has really helped me as I turn 40 this year to compete against those young bucks. Hopefully it will help you do the same! As an older player I find attacking successfully is one of the most difficult things to do as you get older.
This post contains a 2 part video evaluation of Ryan Doherty blocking verses the great Ricardo and Alison. I love Ryan and what he does for the sport however he is making some major, easy to correct blocking mistakes and it is time to fix them before the Olympics!
he speed of the serve in volleyball for both the jump float and the top spin jump serve has increased to the point that players have between 0.6 – 1.1 second to react from contact from serve to contact when passing on serve receive. Given this speed the need to improve player reaction on serve receive has increased. The split step stretch shortening cycle…
For several years now I have heard from these so called volleyball arm-swing experts that the old ways of spiking a volleyball is not correct and that all players should change their arm-swing so that they can avoid shoulder injuries and spike the ball harder. I have always been very skeptical pointing out that shoulder injuries can be avoided by making some minor tweaks verses changing the entire …
In this video you will learn advanced beach volleyball strategy for offense and defense used by the best players in the world including Kerri Walsh and April Ross. This video will offer new insights on running offensive and defensive routes as well as new advanced blocking calls to make this possible. This video includes demo examples with Kerri Walsh, April Ross, Casey Patterson, Emanuel Rego, and Alison Cerutti.
Frustration On the New Ways Volleyball Spiking Technique is Taught in Name of Shoulder Injury Prevention
Hi, I’m Andor Gyulai – Owner of Volleyball1on1.com, I created this video to express some frustrations I have in the new ways volleyball spiking is being taught by people who have little experience playing the game, especially beach volleyball as well as minimal experience coaching youth successfully. I made this video to bring some new points to the conversation and hopefully give some confidence to experience coaches who are questioning what they are teaching and if it is correct in their coaching philosophies.
This video was from the AVCA Video Tip Of the Week Series we filmed to help grow the sport and expand our brand. In this video we explain some of the concepts behind using volleyball demo videos to improve motor skill learning. This video is a great example of how demo videos can quickly help you or your athletes pick up difficult motor skill learning task.
This is a volleyball indoor defense demo with Mike Diehl of volleyball1on1.com. This is a side view slowed to 25% and 100% speed. Mike Diehl was a NCAA Champion at UCLA, a 4 Man Bud Light Tour MVP and Kill Leader, and a 15 Year European Indoor Pro. While playing Pro in Europe Mike was 3 time league MVP, along with being the league kill and ace leader. Mike is also a certified personal trainer and has been coaching volleyball for almost 15 years.
This is a volleyball indoor defense demo with Mike Diehl of volleyball1on1.com. This is a 45 degree angle view at 25% and 100% speed. Mike Diehl was a NCAA Champion at UCLA, a 4 Man Bud Light Tour MVP and Kill Leader, and a 15 Year European Indoor Pro. While playing Pro in Europe Mike was 3 time league MVP, along with being the league kill and ace leader.
This is a volleyball indoor left side blocking demo with Mike Diehl of volleyball1on1.com. This is a side view slowed to 25% speed. Mike Diehl was a NCAA Champion at UCLA, a 4 Man Bud Light Tour MVP and Kill Leader, and a 15 Year European Indoor Pro.
This is a volleyball indoor left side blocking demo with Mike Diehl of volleyball1on1.com. This is a back view slowed to 25% speed. Mike Diehl was a NCAA Champion at UCLA, a 4 Man Bud Light Tour MVP and Kill Leader, and a 15 Year European Indoor Pro.
Volleyball Demonstration – Kerri Walsh and April Ross – Sideout Off Two Ball Attack Off Serve, April Spiking
This volleyball demonstration features Kerri Walsh setting April Ross to attack the second ball while the blocker is running up. As you can see the defense is not ready and gets absolutely owned on the play. This play should be run when the defense has a blocker that serves a weak serve that is easy to pass and you partner is a strong hitter.
Volleyball Demonstration – Kerri Walsh and April Ross – Angle Block, Line Defense with April Blocking
Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross are featured in this demonstration with Kerri Serving and playing line defense and April blocking Angle. Kerri and April are two of the top beach players in the world and this was their first tournament playing together.
Volleyball Demonstration – Kerri Walsh and April Ross – Sideout on Angle Attack Off Serve, Kerri Spiking
This Volleyball Demonstration features a sideout pass, set, hit with Olympians Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross. Kerri passes serve and attacks while April sets. Kerri spikes a hard angle ball that is dug but not controlled well and converted.
This 7 Angle volleyball demonstration features a sideout attack off serve with pass (April), set (Kerri) and spike (April). This was the first tournament the two Olympians played together in and yet they won it. Kerri Walsh Jennings is a 3 Time Gold Medal Olympian and April Ross is a Silver Medal Olympian.
In this 7 Angle volleyball demonstration, Sean Rosenthal and Olympics Gold medalist sideout on a cut shot off serve receive. Sean is spiking / attacking with Phil setting.
Demo Kerri Walsh and April Ross – Line Block, Angle Defense with Volleyball Transition Hit, April Blocking
In this 7 Angle volleyball demonstration, Kerri Walsh Jennings (3 Time Gold Medalist) and April Ross (Silver Medalist) demonstrate a line block by April with Kerri doing angle defense. This video includes Kerri digging the ball with a transition spike / hit.
Demo – Kerri Walsh and April Ross – Angle Block, Line Defense with Volleyball Transition Hit, Kerri Blocking
This volleyball demonstration includes Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist Kerri Walsh and April Ross. This is the first tournament the two played together in Huntington Beach, CA for the AVP Tour in 2013. This video demonstration features a angle block by Kerri Walsh Jennings with April Ross playing defense and running the line, followed by a transition set and hit.
This video focuses specifically on L vs. I Route and Offensive Strategy in Beach Volleyball. This video is part of a larger video but starts at the specific location where Andor starts talking about the L and I formation offense in beach volleyball. Video includes examples from Kerri Walsh Jennings, Sean Rosenthal, Casey Patterson, Emanuel Rego and more…
This is video 1 on beach volleyball spiking with Steve Anderson and this video offer a beach spiking demonstration. This video is filmed from multiple angles and offers the basics of beach volleyball spiking technique.
Video 1 on Beach Volleyball Blocking with Steve Anderson is a demonstration on what is good blocking technique. In this video Steve Anderson and Andor Gyulai – Volleyball1on1.com Owner go through a blocking series showing what is good technique for blocking.
This is a video demonstration on beach volleyball passing with Steve Anderson. In this video Gold Medal Coach Steve Anderson Demonstrates running the line and angle shot.
This is a beach volleyball serving demonstration of the float serve. You will see the serve from 3 different angles namely back view, side view and front view.
This is video 1 of 5 on beach volleyball setting technique with Steve Anderson. In this video, video 1 we do a demonstration of how to set correctly. This video includes 4 sets from 3 angle namely back view, side view and 45 degree view. This video sets the foundation for the rest of the videos in the series.
Steve Anderson teaches beach volleyball passing in this series. Video 1 offers a demonstration of correct beach volleyball passing technique from 3 different angles, namely side, back and front.