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.Details
Logan is arguably the #1 indoor volleyball player in the world. She is the Co-Captain of the US National team and is a 4 year time all American player at Stanford with 1 NCAA title. Logan is going to compete on her 4th Olympic games and led the 2008 Olympics in points.Details
Hi! I’m Logan Tom, my quick bio is that I’m a three time Olympian while being the co captain to the upcoming London Olympic games in 2012. In the Beijing Olympics I was the overall points leader for women. I started playing on the US National team when I was 15 years old and also…Details
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.
Beach volleyball, your partner
For me, I think the number one thing is how do you side out together? When siding out you need to look at three things.
I generally play with taller players who often are not as good at passing so I really focus on my game to be a great setter to compensate for poor passing.
Hitting the D
During my career, particularly the last ten I became extremely proficient spiking the D set out the back row.
For me the first thing you want to consider is your approach and your starting point. Often I see players approaching from inside the court and straight down the line.
Volleyball Hitting is an essential skill, but enough with the platitudes. If you can’t hit a volleyball, then you’d better be a darn good setter. Because you aren’t playing volleyball without one of those two skills securely in the bag. Hitting a volleyball just happens to be my specialty, and todayDetails
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
Learning volleyball blocking footwork is not easy, but it is very rewarding when done right. Hi, my name is Mike Diehl and I have been a professional indoor volleyball player for the past 15 years. I won the NCAA championship at UCLA in 1993, was the Bud-Light 4 Man MVP and First Team All-American at the 1989 Junior Olympics.Details
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.Details
Logan talks about her volleyball camps. This series of videos explain what players can expect.
1. Players will learn all the basics on how to deal with the enormous pressure volleyball can bring.
2. The basics and fundamental skills are emphasized as these are the most important aspects of volleyball and can always be relied on.
December 2, 2013 – Welcome Volleyball1on1.com new site. Moving over 1500 videos and organizing it is a challenge and we ask you to please be patient as we transition over to our new site! All our current volleyball content, including volleyball videos, volleyball, drills, volleyball practice plans and more, should be posted on the new site by Christmas.Details