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Academy Volleyball Cleveland based in Cleveland, Ohio, shares an eye sequencing drill to train blockers and back row defenders to read what is happening on the other side of the net and know where the ball is going so they can make a defensive play.
Steve Sack, owner of Michigan Elite Volleyball Club, is installing a new video system that enables him and staffers to monitor the facility from their phones, even offsite.
If you don't have access to a gym or performance training coach, there are still ways to improve at home. Take your game to the next level with this equipment-free home workout to improve your vertical jump.
Central Jersey Volleyball Academy based in Flemington, New Jersey, shares a drill called "Show Up" that includes a two part progression for middle blockers to read the pass and set, close the block and then transition into an attack.
Junior beach coaches need to do their part to continue challenging their athletes and finding ways to incorporate technical training, as well as strength and agility training into each practice.
It's up to the athlete and their family to take charge of the recruiting process. Coaches play a critical role in facilitating the recruiting opportunities and interest in their student-athletes.
Washington Volleyball Academy based in Lynnwood, Washington, shares a timed, competitive wash drill involving serve receive.
Remind them there is nothing more satisfying than to invest yourself in a goal. Whether or not you accomplish it, you will be thankful for all of your effort.
Take the time to collaborate with your key staff and develop a statement that reflects your overall vision as a club. Vision is crucial to the future of your program.
Elite Sports Ohio based in Uniontown, Ohio, shares four blocking drills to train core strength, fast efficient movement, independent hand movement, fast and strong hand penetration, body control and spacial awareness.