3 time gold medalist Karch Kiraly reveals the characteristics and attributes needed to be the perfect Volleyball player.
Ninh explains the Rules of Volleyball. A beginner's explanation of Olympic Volleyball Rules. Watch this short video tutorial guide on how to play Volley ball under Olympic and FIVB rules. Learn about bumps, spikes, sets, shots, libero, dig, set, rally, nets, and more.
Samantha Bricio so dominant from all over the court and seems to make everyone around her better. She has a killer instinct. Like the Michael Jordan of volleyball! Definitely a fan after watching this.
t's so important for every Volleyball player to know how to set as sometimes the setter plays defense so who else is going to set the ball? Olympian Volleyball Player for Team USA Rachael Adams will show you the hand positioning, some drills to improve your setting and common mistakes you want to avoid. Always remember: 1) Jug of water - form a triangle 2) set with fingertips to control the ball 3) get underneath the ball
Enjoy watching Rachael Adams, Middle Blocker for Team USA Volleyball teaches you how to dig! It can be the most important part of the game and you have to be ready. Digging Position: Nice athletic comfortable positioning with your weight on your toes. Digging Angles: The ball will come very fast so it's important that you have your angles correctly because wherever your 'platform' (position of your arms together) is angled, that's where the ball is gonna go. Good Luck!
1) Balanced Athletic Stance
2) Hands together with palms up
3) Angle arms up
t's so important for every Volleyball player to know how to set as sometimes the setter plays defense so who else is going to set the ball? Olympian Volleyball Player for Team USA Rachael Adams will show you the hand positioning, some drills to improve your setting and common mistakes you want to avoid. Always remember:
1) Jug of water - form a triangle
2) set with fingertips to control the ball
3) get underneath the ball
It's time to block! Enjoy watching Team USA Middle Blocker Rachael Adams shows you hand and body positioning during the block in Volleyball. Always try to jump up and not out but also get your hands across the net no matter how high you jump.
1) Jump up and not out
2) Get your hands across the net
3) Timing is key
This week, Team USA's Outside Hitter and Olympian Silver Medallist Jordan Larson teaches you everything about attacking. Attacking or spiking is so important during the match because that's what scores the point. Your Footwork and your timing are most crucial to become a successful Attacker, so Larson will show you some drills to improve both. Enjoy watching & keep practicing!
Remember when you are attacking:
1) Dynamic last two steps of approach
2) Use the full body when you hit
3) Communicate with your setter
Team USA's Outside Hitter and Olympian Silver Medallist Jordan Larson shows you how you can improve your Jump Serve in Volleyball! The big advantages of a Jump Serve are that it comes with a higher Velocity than a Float Serve and the opponent team doesn't know what to expect.
The most common mistakes are definitely the timing and the toss, so remember:
1) Toss high and in front of you
2) Approach and hit as if attacking
3) timing the toss takes practice
Team USA's Outside Hitter and Olympian Silver Medallist Jordan Larson shows you everything about the Roll Shot in Volleyball! There are many similarities between the Roll Shot and Attacking. You want it to look the same and in the last second, you want to slow down the ball and surprise your opponents! It's a really important tool to learn as it can provide a lot of advantages for your team.
1) Use the Roll Shot to surprise Defenders
2) Maintain a quick approach
3) Contact bottom of ball and roll hand over the top
Here are all the basics on how the libero position works in college volleyball, including their role, the rules, and how substitution works. Kentucky libero Gabby Curry and Minnesota's CC McGraw explain their positions and what they love about it.
Here are 6 ways to practice volleyball at home! I hope these are easy to do, helpful, and can spark some good ideas on ways to practice at home. Thanks for watching!!
Here are 5 tips to become a better passer in volleyball, I hope you enjoy! Please comment and let me know if this was helpful,
12 year indoor coach, AVP pro , and USA National beach representative, David Fischer demonstrates proper Volleyball Passing Technique
1. Call every ball if your about to hit it in any way (say mine, me, got it WITH CONFIDENCE) 2. Be a hard worker and hustle, (you will stick out.) 3. Be eager to be a good teammate (cheer girls on, volunteer for things no one else wants to do.) 4. Volunteer for demos if your confident in that particular thing (ex. if they ask for two volunteers to do a drill.) 5. Be very enthusiastic and not prideful. 6. Don’t use phone during tryouts. 7. Hustle EVERYWHERE (when shagging balls, sprinting, drinks, etc...)shouldn’t really be seen walking. 8. Arrive at tryouts early 9. Wear right clothes (DON’T FORGET KNEEPADS, WEAR SPORTS BRA) 10. Deal with mistakes learn and move on 11. Be prepared athletically 12. BE HUMBLE 13. Have Fun 14. Be Confident and yourself 15. Be kind to yourself I know you all will do great. Please watch the video for more details on each tip.
Volleyball Jump Serve - A Volleyball Tutorial with Victoria Garrick! Hope that you learned a lot form this lesson, good luck on your serves
Germany vs Brazil | Highlights | Women's VNL 2022
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How should you position your hands when setting a high ball and what should you teach your athletes? This video answers it all.
You want to always get a good approach and a solid attack? You need to get OFF the net quickly to create space between you and the ball. This will allow you to have a long and dynamic approach and put all of your momentum in the ball.
When the ball goes "boom", you want to go "pop" and dig it up! In this video, we show you how little movement is required to dig a hard hit! No ball touching the floor!
Do you want to hit the ball sharp down the line? Do you find you hit the ball out the side line often? If so, you are probably making this common hitting mistake. Follow this important tip to keep your attacks in and sharp.
In the game, the ball will not always come to you so this needs to be reflected in your drills. As much as possible, we want to practice whole skills in game-like situations but if you have to run a drill, make sure your players are challenging each other! If it's too easy, no one is improving!
So what's important here is to get low and to push with the back foot. Get some speed people and you will roll painlessly!! Also make sure to swing at the ball and dig it up. That motion will initiate the roll!
How do you move faster at the net while ensuring you will have a bigger and stronger block? You use the swing block technique.
This super basic tip about the hitting motion will most likely change your life!! Every professional player does it, yet we don't teach it to our young players. It makes no sense.
In this video series, we give you simple but effective tips that, if applied, will improve your game significantly.
Why do so many young players get to the ball late? Because they don't move to the ball efficiently. With this tip, your athletes are going to get one step closer to efficient movement which will give them more time to actually pass the ball.
With this tip, you will make sure to always bring the ball to the net so your team gets to hit and be aggressive!