The next progression is running without weights and no sled. Again Jason Moreno does a great job of explaining what is good technique as well as offering powerful insights for each athlete on things they should consider.
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This video is a progression from sled marches and sled skips. This video offers allot of insights and tips on correct technique for running and explosive movements. Jason Moreno describes it as energy bleed and how to move effectively so as to stop energy bleed during your explosive movements.
This video is a review and update of the workout and exercises thus far from workout 1 at velocity which is a linear day. Points discussed included goals of this workout, exercises and drills, the different phases of the workout and training.
This video and exercise is the progression from the previous exercise namely sled marches. Sled resisted skips like sled marches builds explosive power that is used in all areas of volleyball play especially jumping and movement.
In this video you will learn about sled marches and the important points to consider as well as the benefits when performing this exercise. It is really revealing how important it is to work with expert trainers as even college volleyball players need correcting on drills as proven by this video and exercise.
The next drill is the single leg step up drill where the players step up onto a 6, 12 or 18 inch box. Not 18 inch box might be for elite Olympic level athletes so most user should look at the 6 or 12 inch box. This exercise builds leg muscle explosion which can be used for pretty much everything in volleyball including jumping and defense.
Pogo volleyball exercise drill is a great drill to help build explosive movement for defense and playing volleyball. This video contains the double, alternating single and twist pogo.
This videos offers a summary of the Linear Day Workout thus far. This break in the actions really gives viewers a chance to step back and see how the exercise fit into the bigger picture and the whole plan and goals for the workout.
This video contains the sumo squat touchdown exercise as well as drills to help work on no false steps with your movement. The sumo squat touchdown is a great exercise and works on hip mobility and hamstring flexibility.
This video contains a number of exercises to help get athletes ready for the movement portion of the workout.
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Email 1 New Full Volleyball Practice Plan with 2015 Gold Medal Junior Club Coach, Bill Ferguson. This week we added 1 new full volleyball practice plans start to finish plus post practice interviews. This is just 1 of 3 practice plans filmed with Bill Ferguson. Bill is a 2 Time AVCA Coach of Year and…
This video contains exercises for shoulder posterior activation. The equipment used for this is TRX Trainer and the specific exercises are the Y T W exercises. The exercises are given these names as this is the shape you make with your arms as you do them and it makes it easy to remember.
This video contains part of the warm up. This includes glut med activation exercises used to warm up critical areas of the body as well as increase the heart rate. This exercise can also be used to help identify weaknesses, imbalances and potential future injuries. Experienced instructors can use this exercise to also identify and modify the workout as needed.
In this video you will meet the instructor Jason Morneo. Jason is a 15 year sports performance coach who works with professional athletes, Olympian’s, college players and young athletes looking to play volleyball seriously. He personally coaches professional beach volleyball players on the AVP tour like Ed Ratledge.
In this video Andor Gyulai (Owner Volleyball1on1.com) shares some quick info about Velocity Sports Performance, their staff and the training facility. It is important to see this video before watching the other videos in the series so you have a little bit more info about the company.
I am excited to add our newest volleyball coach this month (1/18/13) USC Men’s Head Volleyball Coach – Bill Ferguson. I have been friends with Bill for a number of years now, back to when I ran my own club of 8 teams and his volleyball coaching accomplishments are nothing short of incredible!
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In this video we share advanced beach volleyball setting technique with Stein Metzger. (UCLA Sand Coach, NCAA MVP, Beach Volleyball Olympian)
This week we added new content with Bill Ferguson. Bill is a 2 Time AVCA Coach of Year and his club SCVC is one of the most club programs in volleyball history winning over 30 medals in Junior Olympics, including his U15 winning Gold this past year.
In this video Bil offers sound advice on volleyball coaching for all you coaches out there. With Bill experience not only coaching College, but also club this video is a must see.
In this video Bill shares coaching advice and tips he picked up from Super Bowl, National Champion, and former USC Football coach Pete Carroll. This video also reveals some of Bill’s roots in coaching and how he looks outside of the sport of volleyball to innovate and improve his coaching ability.
The sign of any great person is their ability to change and grow as the circumstances need. To reflect on what happens and make improvements in the future. In this video Bill Ferguson talks about some of the challenges he has experienced as a coach and improvements he has made in himself, with his staff and in his program to try and overcome these challenges.
In this video Andor and Bill talk about how Bill connects and motivates his players. USC Volleyball is a program that really cares about its players development both on and off the court. This video plus other videos previously filmed really makes this apparent. This video also offers great insights for coaches to use themselves when coaching and building relationships with their players.
In this video Bill and Andor discuss the USC Coaching staff and their responsibilities. This is a good video for all coaches to see and also learn how each coaches skills and personality is used successfully to enhance the program and its results.
This video is a result of a question Andor asked from Bill Ferguson on his opinion on of what are the best ways to start the play or rally more effectively in practice. A Problem many coaches have is they are not making their practice as game like as possible and putting balls into play that are not balls the players will see in matches.
In this video Andor and Bill discuss how the teams serving strategy has changed with its players and how this affects practice and team goals. This is an insightful video and shows how good coaches adjust to their personal, strengths and weaknesses.
The final drill for practice was the 6 on 6 Break Point Drill. This drill is not an easy drill to understand the scoring and it is an even more difficult drill to win on the offense. This drill really calibrates the offense and really show the value of tough serving and scoring on defense.
In this video we discuss Pat Powers famous Battle Star Drill as well as who in Bills staff is Han Solo. But seriously this is a simple yet extremely effective drill to help your blockers plus teach your hitters to swing out of tough situations. Also this is a great transition drill because of the nature of the drill often a transition play follows.
In this video Bill and Andor discuss Cam Green rapid fire correction drill. Also discussed is the timing of the drill and why it is included in practice. If you do not know or currently use a correction drill in parts of your practice make sure to watch this video.
This video describes in details some of the breakout sessions used by Bill and his coaching staff to build individual skills in players. This video offers an insight to practice design and Bill volleyball coaching philosophy.
In this video Bill and Andor discuss changes to how blocking trips drill is run now verses practices in the past. The main point being that a ball is hit from the box to make it more game like and simulate someone hitting. The results are significant and include players jumping higher, making better moves, following better technique and most importantly be far more engaged to the outcome of running the drill at 100%