Alicia has a simple drill to increase passing skills. Look at the bottom of the ball since that’s where the majority of contacts are made.
Volleyball tips for getting better at playing volleyball and improving your volleyball skills.
Alicia spent hours perfecting this technique to keep the ball in and pressure on the other team. It’s a simple reminder to keep the fingers down when hitting the ball from off the net.
Anthony goes over positive ways to handle different personalities of a team and teammates. Good etiquette examples are discussed that he has learned in his career.
The float serve is the most fundamental can’t miss serve in volleyball. Twelve year coach and pro player David Fischer breaks it down. The float is presented and done in three steps from the toss through to contact with the ball. Gum up the opponents offense with different speeds and locations of the ball.
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.
Shoulder health and preventing rotator cuff injuries applies to all volleyball players. In this series of videos Marcin talks about exercises to keep the shoulder healthy.
1. Thumb down cross body pull effectively helps to slow down the arm after spiking the ball.
2. Horizontal cable cross-over’s start by pulling the cable out to 90 degrees with the hips solid for a stable base.
3. Reverse “Y” begins with the thumb facing up and pulling up in a “Y” motion on the cable.
4. To do single sided bicycles place the feet shoulder width apart with the back on the floor. Put one hand behind the head and touch the shoulder to the opposite knee.
5. Resistance band shoulder flexion is done with high intensity and very fast reps.
6. Lat pulls requires a steady pace for the largest muscles in the back.
Dynamic warm up before lifting increases a players strength and prevents injuries. Marcin presents a series of videos on excellent warm up exercises for volleyball lifting.
Priscilla discusses and demonstrates playing defense for blockers. This video shows how a blocker is still responsible for short shots directly behind them.
In beach volleyball mental preparation is everything. When you are one of only two people and are defending an entire half of a volleyball court, you want to make sure that you and your partner know exactly what you are both responsible for on your half of the court.
Hi, I’m Stein Metzger 2004 Olympian, 18 time winner on the AVP and FIVB Beach volleyball tours. Today I am going to talk about beach volleyball and how to use the wind to your advantage. This is something you are going to have to learn if you are transitioning from indoor play, to the beach.
Hi, I’m Lauren Fendrick, top ten AVP player, top twenty FIVB player and four year starter as an outside hitter at UCLA.
Video tape is an invaluable tool to improving your game. In college I watched hours of tape and still use it today as I train out on the sand for women’s beach volleyball at the 2012 Olympic games.
I learned volleyball hitting from Misty May’s father, Butch May. His tips for strong hitting are some of the most valuable pieces of information that I have ever absorbed, and today I’m gonna share them with you.
Hi, I am Alicia Zamparelli, 8 year AVP pro, 10 year volleyball coach and today I am going to teach you what Butch’s tip is.
Well crafted volleyball passing form is fundamental. You want to be abe to control where the ball is going and also be able to effectively direct it to where it needs to be, and both of these abilities come only through the use of effective passing drills.
Hi, I am Anthony Medel
The shot I am most famous for in beach volleyball, the Steino or pokey! The pokey is a shot that I have used to get me out of trouble and put the ball down over the biggest blockers and best defenders.
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.