This video reveals Kerri’s insights on how the first two practices with the help Andor has helped her with her coaching process and practice planning. This is a great video of high school and club coaches.
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This video features the end of volleyball practice 2 review with the team in the huddle. Its a great video as you will notice how Andor communicates with the team and gets them to focus on important points he is trying to work on during the practice. This video is a great demonstration of how coaches can better use the Socratic method of asking open probe questions to get results. Also this will show coaches how to use the end of practice review huddle to help players better prepare individually and as a team for the next practice.
This is a 6 on 6 Game Wash Drill which includes 4 balls: Serve, Bounce Ball, Free Ball and then a second Serve. Two balls are entered via serve as this is the most common way the ball is entered in volleyball. One ball is entered as a free ball as this is common for this age group and skill level and then one ball is entered as a bounce ball followed by a set to help the team work on transition setting.
So for the last few years now perhaps the hottest topic in volleyball is the “Read the Game” concept. The idea was brought to light by a few of the best coaches in world including Karch Kiraly, Hugh McCutcheon, Paula Weishoff, Ron Larson and Tom Black. The idea is as follows, top players better see and read what is going to happen giving them a competitive edge as the play unfolds.
So I started Volleyball1on1.com to be the ultimate volleyball resource and I am proud to say we offer an incredible library of over 17 full volleyball practice plans and growing at one low cost. On top of this with the addition of Volleyball Coaching Nightmares we also reveal and address many off the most common mistakes / challenges high school and youth club coaches face. Yet as I…
Are You Looking to Jump Higher and Hit Harder in 2015? These videos / workouts / exercises will help you do just that:
Jason Lockhead Beach Volleyball Blocking Tips – Pushing with Non Dominant Hand, What to Do With Hands
In this video Jason Lockhead points out a common mistake most players make with their dominant vs. their non dominant hand when blocking. Its simple to fix and can have a huge impact but players need to be conscious of it and focus on it! In this video Jason also talks about what your hands should be doing up in the air when blocking.
This video features more of Jason Lockhead’s Superman Defense Technique plus insightful ideas to help players with what is the correct mindset when playing beach defense. This video again demonstrates that great teachers / coaches have the ability to simplify the game and focus on the positive things that matter. Jason demonstrates this in this video as he does throughout practice.
This video describes Jason Lockhead Superman Defense Technique. The technique involves you putting your non digging hand in the sand for more control so that you look like superman “Flying Pose” as you fly along the top of the sand. This technique was filmed while during practice while Jason was running a 2 ball beach volleyball defense drill.
New, World Class, 4 – Part Volleyball Plyometric Exercises / Workout with Reid Hall. These volleyball training exercises will address: Strength and power disparities from left and right side, How to land better, thus reducing knee injuries, How to jump higher when playing volleyball by increase your standing / approach jump vertical, How to move quicker and more dynamically on the volleyball court.
Frustrated and Disappointed – So I moved to South Africa for a few months to coach and train looking to play in the FIVB this week in my home country and I am really disappointed in the progress. Not from my own lack of hard work and progress getting better, but rather circumstances and people in the sport of volleyball. READ MORE..,
I am in South Africa training to hopefully play in the FIVB event in a few weeks. So with that in mind and having only started training with my new partner 8 days ago, every day I ask the question: “What is the most important points to focus on today so that we can have success together on the beach volleyball court?” This post and videos is about just this! Week 1 – Finished!
Triangle Warm Up Drill is the most used drill in beach volleyball. The drill works on two of the major skills, passing, setting and warming up players shoulders from hitting. The drill is also great for player spacing and communication. In this video Pedro Brazao takes the players through the drill and offers his own verbal cues and insights.
Intermediate Dynamic Visual Skills and Drills for Volleyball with Bill and Ryan Harrison (5 Drills / Videos)
This is a series of 5 Intermediate Visual Drills and Skills we filmed with Bill and Ryan Harrison of SlowTheGameDown.com. Bill and Ryan are leaders and pioneer in the area of vision for sports. SlowTheGameDown, their company has been training elite hall of fame athletes for over 40 years. For Volleyball Bill has worked with Hall Famers Flo Hyman and AVP star and current USA coach Matt Fuerbringer.
he speed of the serve in volleyball for both the jump float and the top spin jump serve has increased to the point that players have between 0.6 – 1.1 second to react from contact from serve to contact when passing on serve receive. Given this speed the need to improve player reaction on serve receive has increased. The split step stretch shortening cycle…
Volleyball1on1 is excited to announce a new partnership with VBRags and the new VBRags ISLA II Mid Top Volleyball Shoe. As part of the partnership all new Volleyball1on1 Gold Members will receive a FREE PAIR of VBRags ISLA II Mid Top Volleyball Shoe. This shoe is the only MID TOP volleyball shoe on the market and offers a great alternative to some of the current shoes on the market.
In this brutally honest no holds bar video we go through one of the biggest mistakes former players make when coaching and get honest about adjusting goals and expectations when coaching youth players. This is an insightful new look at WHY WE COACH and why we should coach. Our job as coaches is more then just winning it is about changing lives and developing people.
For several years now I have heard from these so called volleyball arm-swing experts that the old ways of spiking a volleyball is not correct and that all players should change their arm-swing so that they can avoid shoulder injuries and spike the ball harder. I have always been very skeptical pointing out that shoulder injuries can be avoided by making some minor tweaks verses changing the entire …
Does Your Club Volleyball Team Need Help with Stats and Video? If so, check out Krossover. They’ll breakdown, stat-out and completely tag your matches so you don’t have to. Imagine never having to clip or stat any of your matches, on top of this imagine having a place to store unlimited match and practice video at…
Karching! – To celebrate like Karch Kiraly. After the US women won gold under coach Karch Kiraly his epic celebration pose has taken the world by storm. To celebrate ProSeries Volleyball Ice Wraps is giving away dozens of Karch Kiraly favorite shoulder ice wrap. Find out more…
Reid’s Workouts is producing some of the most physical and dynamic volleyball players. In this four part video series you will get access to a full workout that Reid Hall took a small group of 16 and 17 year old female volleyball players through. The four part series will cover the following:
Do you want to receive workout programs from a coach that trains Olympic level volleyball players? Reid’s Workouts helps volleyball players reach their physical potential by creating workout programs that are designed for their specific needs.
This is the first of 5 Static Visual Drills and Skills we filmed with Bill and Ryan Harrison of SlowTheGameDown.com. Bill is a leader and pioneer in the area of vision for sports. SlowTheGameDown has been training athletes for over 40 years. From as early as George Brett (Baseball Hall of Fame) in 1971 to currently the 2013 World Champion San Francisco Giants.
Reading the game is described by many coaches and players including Karch Kiraly and Hugh McCutcheon as the premier skill in volleyball. This video is the first video in a series of videos we filmed with Dr. Bill Harrison on vision and reading the game using vision. This video builds on ideas and concepts brought forward by Karch Kiraly when he self analyzed his success as a player.
In early 2014 Volleyball1on1 Owner Andor Gyulai filmed a beach volleyball practice with AVP and FIVB player and coach Jason Lockhead. Jason at age 30 is one of the youngest beach volleyball coaches we have ever filmed and also one of the most talented. For the practice we brought in 3 high level USA Beach High Performance players to accompany Andor. 2 Players- Miles Evans and Alex…
In this video Andor Gyulai reviews the new beach Volleyball Cart by volleycarts.com. Some unique impressive features of this cart:
– It is a bag and a cart in one. This makes it easy for coaches and players.
– It has a hole so that you don’t take the beach home with you.
This defense drill is focused on players starting position of defense and not leaning as this can make it extremely difficult to change directions. This is a simple drill where the coach hits 3 balls, two balls for the blockers and 1 ball for the defender behind the block. The hits to the defender start originally as a line or cut shot but are modified over time. Also the blocking position is changed from line to angle and the number of hits the coach can hit is increased as the drill progresses.
This is another great warm up drill which focuses on covering the hitter as well as lifting the ball after you cover the hit and getting back and ready to spike. This drill works on allot of beach skills that are often ignored but by doing it during the warm up it allows the players to work on skills while building into their hitting.
This is a great warm up setting drill with Jason Lockhead, AVP and FIVB Player / Coach. This drill is designed for high level volleyball players but can be modified to make it easier or harder and you see how Jason does this, making the drill much harder as the players progress through it.
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As coaches we can be stubborn, we like to run the same rotations in tight situations, we like to rely on the same hitter when we need a quick point, and we tend to stick to a very specific routine. Why? Because it works. Why? Because if it’s not broken why fix it right? Wrong. Which is why our program upgraded it’s process in the film room, all with the help of Krossover.
This is an incredibly fun and challenging beach volleyball drill that will warm up players, improve skills, improve team communication and finally get players heads in the game of volleyball. The drill felt next too impossible when it started but by the time it finished all 4 players were juiced and excited for what was an incredible practice to follow which only built on this great first drill to start!