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Anne Kordes, current 17 Red Coach for KIVA (Louisville, KY) and former Head Coach at Univ. of Louisville shares a defensive base release drill for intermediate to advanced players. This drill focuses on three defenders starting in base and releasing to their defensive position to defend a hard driven or tip from the outside, middle and right side attacker, and then returning to base quickly.
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As a group of club directors they insist that NSVU participating clubs abide by the rules of other governing bodies in the area regarding tryout dates, recruiting and training athletes to officiating.
Minnesota Select based in Bloomington, Minnesota, shares an out of system 4v4 drill that can be run cooperatively or competitively. The drill focuses on out of system defense, setting and attacking.
When receiving a ball, whether from a serve or an attack, your decision as a receiver is whether to absorb the ball or generate pace on the ball.
Summit Volleyball based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, shares drills for training serve receive footwork, platform and communication in a part to a whole system. These drills are great for beginners and can be progressed for intermediate or elite level players.
This challenging setting drill requires players to set the ball many times continuously. Players can do this drill on their own at home as well as in practice.
"At the end of the season, no one can recall all the scores of their matches, but they do remember the relationships that were created, their little sisters and the lock-in"
Xcel Volleyball Performance (Hendersonville, NC) shares a beginner out of system setting drill to give players a lot of reps setting the pin attackers in an out of system situation.
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