Bill Ferguson and USC Volleyball Practice – Individual Breakout Sessions with the focus on Outside Hitter Arm Swing technique and improvement.
Contains skill information on volleyball spiking and hitting technique. This includes tips and secrets for outside, middle, opposite and back row hitting. Also advice on hitting and running a 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, back 1, slide, gap, go, red, banana, bic, 40, 30, 20 sets.
These post also include specific details for spiking shots including line, angle, seam, tip, dink, tool and more.
Jeff shares his insight on middle hitting. This series demonstrates how to be deceptive and beat the blocker to the punch when spiking out the middle.
1. The gap is always placed between area two and area three. Make the approach from the middle position with correct form to maximize power and range to all angles of the court.
The middle front one ball is a very fast attack meant to beat the blocker with quickness and speed. Jeff talks about and demonstrates the correct form for this attack.
The Bic is a very well known play in volleyball that gets its name from Stein Metzger and Jeff Nygaard. Jeff had a direct hand in naming the play while winning two NCAA championships. Here he talks about it and how to run it successfully.
Jeff shows the correct footwork when pulling off the net when playing indoor volleyball as a middle blocker.
In transition and an ideal world everything is three steps. Three steps to the block, three steps to the starting position, three steps on the approach. Jeff shows how it’s done.
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.
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.
In this video Al Scates teaches the round house volleyball swing which is used in emergencies for fast outside sets. This video also includes an easy drill to practice this.
In this Drill Al Scates shares volleyball joust technique and a easy fun drills.
In this video Al Scates discusses the round house arm swing and it use as well as the joust drill. As always its fun to watch Al weave stories into his explanations.
Practice Plan #1 – Part 4 of 11 – Roundhouse and Joust Drills – Technique.
Al Scates Discusses Current Volleyball Warm Ups Vs. That In the Past.
Al Scates Discusses Focuses for Early Season Practice Plan.
Al Scates Discusses the Round House and Joust Volleyball Spiking Drills.
Gary shows how when a middle quick set slightly changes its location the hitter is open to get a kill.
Excellent volleyball spiking requires more than just a powerful hit. As a large hitter who was known for hitting the crap out of the volleyball, I found that my biggest problem when I was spiking was not that I wasn’t generating enough power, but that I wasn’t maintaining good control over the ball when I hit it. Learn how to change that!
The first thing you want to consider in order to increase your speed for your volleyball spiking approach is making sure you are back in a ready position to spike! I know it sounds obvious but think of this, more often than not a volleyball spike approach begin in a transition play, as a result you need to practice this skill.
There are few skills in the sport of volleyball as much fun as volleyball spiking. In this series of videos Andor Gyulai will explain what it takes to have perfect technique and form when hitting a volleyball. This series of videos on the subject are the most popular videos in the world on learning volleyball spiking and hitting technique.
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.
Mental processing for outside hitters mean they have to think like more than just a hitter. Twelve year coach David Fischer shares these positions and hitting strategies.
Pro player and twelve year coach David Fischer presents an entire series of drills that can be done by one person with a ball and a wall. Work on the arm swing and get the most out of it using down balls. Add an extra skill by setting yourself while working on hitting against the wall.
David Fischer is a pro player and coach with twelve plus years experience. In this series he tells everyone how to do what they love the most, hitting and spiking. First you need to know where to hit the ball to the different areas of the open court. Footwork in the proper sequence gets you to the ball quickly and easily.
The back one attack has one difference from it’s cousin the middle one. The set is behind the setter. For this adjustment Jeff presents this instructional video series to help middle blockers spike better.
Learn how to volleyball spike and hit with Mike Diehl. 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. This video series will cover how to spike a volleyball properly from position four.