Bill Ferguson and USC Volleyball Practice – Individual breakout sessions – Outside hitter serve receive drill and technique coaching.
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Bill Ferguson and USC Volleyball Practice – Individual Breakout Sessions with the focus on Outside Hitter Arm Swing technique and improvement.
In this volleyball serving and passing drill Brian shares in depth coaching technique with Andor while the players are working on serve receive and passing. Again this instructional volleyball video offers great insights and knowledge on correct form and technique for passing. This includes footwork, platform and body position when passing.
I am excited to add Sinjin Smith As our newest instructor on Volleyball1on1.com (4/12/13). Sinjin Smith won 2 National Championships at UCLA and was MVP his senior year. Coming out of college he and Karch dominated the beach volleyball scene as you can see below until Karch left for indoor and the Olympics
This video contains important tips for having success in beach volleyball verses indoor volleyball. The instructor is Sinjin Smith the second most winning-est player in beach volleyball history and who is also in the volleyball hall of fame.
This video is sponsor by honu volleyball sandals. See what Sinjin thinks of Honu Sandals here.
In this video, Sinjin Smith, one of volleyball’s greatest players offers tips on how to become a better beach volleyball setter.
The approach is one of the most critical things to consider when spiking in beach volleyball. In this free instructional volleyball coaching video Sinjin shares tips for having more success when hitting.
In this free volleyball video Sinjin Smith coaches beach volleyball blocking strategy and technique. There are a number of important fundamentals that are shared that will help new as well as experienced beach volleyball players have more success.
This is one of our most popular videos at volleyball1on1 on beach volleyball defense. In this instructional coaching video Sinjin shares some incredible tips that is guaranteed to make you a better defender in both beach and indoor. Sinjin was one of beach volleyball greatest defensive players and from this video you will understand why.
This is a very interesting video where Sinjin Smith discusses “Reading the game” in beach volleyball. Karch and Sinjin played and won together on the beach at an early age. In this video you will hear some of the secrets both used to win both indoor and beach.
In this video beach volleyball legend Sinjin Smith shares some free instructional coaching for beach volleyball serving. This is a great video for players of all levels. This video is sponsor by Honu volleyball sandals.
Matt Fuerbringer recently retired as a professional beach volleyball player after dominating on the AVP and FIVB tours for years. Acknowledge as one of the best beach blockers in the world his series of videos contains 27 instructional videos and drills on the topic of beach blocking.
Matt presents a 6 video series on blocking blocking. Having earned a reputation as one of the best blockers in the world, these six videos teach players important concepts on blocking that will forever improve your game.
Blocking the angle requires lining up differently and using more strategy with riskier moves. In this series of 6 videos Matt demonstrates and explains different ways to block angle or cross court.
Matt shows effective strategies for blocking the line in beach volleyball. This series includes 6 videos and 6 different ways to block the line shot.
1. The basics involve affronting the hitters shoulder and pressing over the net taking away the line and seam.
2. Being tooled is the worst that can happen to a blocker. It is avoided by pressing the outside hand to the line
Being able to effectively pull of the net requires correct technique and being in a ready position to defend the court. Matt shows examples in this six video series for pulling from beach blocking position.
Matt teaches a drill for blocking on the beach. This drill is the first of three that involves a tape above the net.
Matt demonstrates a drill for blocking on the beach. This drill adds a progression to the first drill in this three part series.
In the final video of this three part series the progression ends with a live action drill. Matt explains the last part of the beach blocking drill.
Matt explains how to spike on the beach. In this video he teaches new players when to approach as well as offers other tips and advice on hitting.
Matt talks about setting on the beach. The difference between indoor and beach setting is demonstrated. To view all of Matt Fuerbringer’s videos – Click Here!
Passing on the beach requires passing to a different location than indoor. Matt talks about where to place the ball when passing on the beach.
Practice Plan #1 – Part 7 of 10 – Serving drill and videos focusing on the jump float serve and serving technique. In this series of videos you will get to see and hear how the staff at LMU uses the radar gun to clock each players serve and increase consistency. Also later you will hear about the research Tom has done regarding the jump float serve in women’s volleyball.
This post offers a great series of instructional videos and drills with Tom Black (LMU Head Women’s Coach, USA Assistant Coach) and his staff teaching the jump float serve includes tips on using a radar gun to increase consistency, verbal cues used by coaches and more! Tom has dedicated a significant amount of time researching the effectiveness of the jump float serve.
Serving Focused Wash Continued, Serving and Passing and Coaching Advice. This series of videos contain a service focused wash drill followed by serving and passing, Tom Black sharing some coaching advice and finally the practice wrap up.
In this video Tom Black discusses his intensive research into the jump float serve and why it is the most effective serve is women’s college volleyball. This video is extremely interesting and all serious coaches should hear about the extensive research Tom has done around college and with the women’s national team on the subject.
Blocking in beach volleyball is extremely tough for new sand players in that the player often has to decide whether to pull or stay up and block. This simple drill will help players make good decisions when on the net blocking.
This beach volleyball and sand drill focuses on passing a ball followed by the technique for a volleyball approach and spike. A few things this drill will help reinforce with good verbal cues: Slow to fast, open up to the ball and contact the ball on your right shoulder.
This series of videos is on the LMU 50 passing and serving drill. The goal for the passers is to get 50 passes rated a 3 or 4. In this series of videos you will also see the teams and coaching staffs focus on the jump float serve and its effectiveness as a serve in volleyball. Also how the coaching staff uses the radar gun.
Sand volleyball warm up, blocker pull or stay drill is a drill to help blockers make good decisions when blocking as well as work on their footwork when pulling.
In this multi video instructional series Tom Black and John Meyer offer specific details on helping players improve their approach and thus their spiking after passing. This is a great video and drill for players of all levels. There are also some great verbal cues offered for coaching.
This video series features a sand block defense tutor drill and instruction.