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Dakine Beach Volleyball Club of Tacoma, Washington, shares a drill to train blocking transition to set the attacker.
Ohio Valley Beach based in Cincinnati, Ohio, shares strategy, body position and movement for block base defense.
Kairos Elite of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, shares a four-part blocking progression to train swing blocking to intermediate to advanced level teams.
Empowered Sports Club in Fort Wayne, Indiana, shares passing movement and progression drills for training passing in the beach and indoor.
Magnum Volleyball Club based in Columbia, South Carolina, shares a warm-up drill called Continuous Setting that has a three-part progression. It gives players a lot of ball control touches in a short amount of time while collaborating.
Academy Hoosierland of Bloomington, Indiana, shares the Knight Control Drill that focuses on out-of-system setting, out-of-system attacking, defensive movement, ball control and coverage movement.
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Axis Elite of Simpsonville, South Carolina, shares a wash drill called Fix-It Drill that can be played four-on-four or six-on-six. It focuses on correcting an error immediately after it happens, both offensive and defensive.
An effective attack is all about having a relaxed approach, and someone who seems stiff on attack may be apt to hit the ball wide or long.
Team bonding, 1on1 conversations, goal setting, mid-season evaluations, and forming personal connections with athletes have become as important as building effective practice plans.