When covering the entire net while blocking long distances have to be traveled. Jeff demonstrates an advanced piece of footwork that moves the blocker quickly from one side of the court to the other side. To view all of Jeff Nygaard’s videos – Click Here!
Volleyball blocking advice, technique, tips, secrets and information. Helpful volleyball how to videos on blocking including solo blocking, double blocking, triple blocking, swing block and more. Also blocking footwork including the shuffle, side step, cross over step and more for blocking. Additional advice also on stack blocking, spread blocking and blocking strategy and formations.
Taking risks means knowing the opponent and recognizing when to not do a normal block, but to take away the hitters favorite shot. Jeff presents an example how how to be smarter as a blocker.
Middle moves means reading the hitter and most importantly scouting reports on the hitter. Knowing the hitter leads to doing alternate moves that force the hitter to change their swing or get blocked. Jeff explains how.
Staying in control lies between not trying at all and trying too hard. When trying too hard mistakes will be made. Jeff presents a video that mentions fellow Volleyball1on1 instructor Marcin Jagoda.
Middles that have the skill to set a volleyball open up more offensive possibilities. Jeff explains the options available in this video and the importance of middle hitters learning to set in transition.
In this video Al Scates shares some of his thoughts on indoor volleyball blocking technique.
Volleyball Practice Plan Men’s Indoor With Al Scates #1 – Part 5. Al Scates Coaching Indoor Volleyball Blocking Technique.
Blocking in volleyball has evolved as the speed of the game continues to increase. Gold medal coach Gary Sato presents the basics of how to block effectively.
1. Thirds is the basic building blocks of blocking. Each front row player is assigned a specific section of the net.
Gary shows how when a middle quick set slightly changes its location the hitter is open to get a kill.
In this series of 6 videos Andor Gyulai will discuss every detail as it relates to blocking on the left side or in area 4 when playing indoor volleyball. Specifics that will be discussed include eye sequence, responsibilities, footwork, reading the hitting, strong moves and more. This video is great for players and coaches.
Transitioning off of the block and to the hit is integral to every teams success. Pro player and twelve year coach David Fischer presents a complete series with drills on this topic.
Demonstration of a drill to perfect the footwork and improve conditioning.The right side of the court uses a slightly different footwork to move from blocker to hitter.
This is a great video and drill where you see exactly how Bill Ferguson and Jeff Nygaard run blocking trips.
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. Today I am going to share the secrets on how to block a volleyball in the outside positions of two and four.