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Differences Between Indoor and Outdoor Volleyball
posted on June 26, 2014 01:13:20 pm
Volleyball is a sport beloved by many and can easily be played year-round. However, if you have the chance to hit the court outdoors when the weather's good, why wouldn't you try to get in some fresh air and sunshine while you play the game you love? There are differences between indoor and outdoor (sometimes called "sand") volleyball. These differences are not enough to be real game-changers, but there are some things to be aware of depending on your volleyball environment.

Ways to Tell You Are Serving Correctly in Volleyball
posted on May 15, 2014 05:43:55 am
If you are struggling with your serving and aren't quite sure what's wrong, this article can help. It offers you some ways you can analysing your serving, and hopefully from there make corrections.

The Basic Skills Used in Volleyball
posted on May 15, 2014 04:58:07 am
There are six primary skills in the game of volleyball. This article briefly describes each of them.

3 Tips for Being a Leader on the Volleyball Court
posted on May 11, 2014 07:16:38 pm
Every volleyball team needs good leadership for success. This article offers three tips for being a good leader.

Volleyball Warm Up Drills - Getting Your Team Ready to Go
posted on May 08, 2014 08:01:44 am
In order to properly warm your volleyball team up you need to consider a couple of factors. Once you do you be better able to design the warm-up that will do best job of getting your team ready for what's to come.

Volleyball Serving Drills - Getting the Ball to Go Where You Want
posted on April 30, 2014 11:02:07 am
Becoming an accurate volleyball server is all about developing consistency. That consistency comes through focused repetition. Just about any volleyball drill or game with serving in it can be adapted to make it work on accuracy. This article talks about how that can be accomplished.

Embracing The Volleyball Craze
posted on April 15, 2014 04:40:13 am
Volleyball is a fun sport that virtually anyone can play. Over the years, its popularity has grown tremendously, and it is one of the most watched olympic sports- specifically sand volleyball. It takes tons of athleticism, drive, and energy. However, it is also a fun recreational sport that many individuals around the US participate in for additional exercise. If you are a volleyball fanatic, there are numerous online stores and boutiques that offer sport gear and volleyball accessories.

5 Differences Between Indoor and Outdoor Volleyball
posted on January 16, 2014 12:03:30 pm
There are only two general kinds of volleyball - indoor volleyball and outdoor or beach volleyball. The two differ not just in terms of location. They may share a few similarities like the use of rally point system in scoring and the required 2-point edge to declare a win, but the differences are far more than the similarities.

How Volleyball Is Played
posted on January 11, 2014 07:04:05 am
Compared to other team sports, volleyball may involve less physical contact but it is still a challenging sport for the reason that the game entails constant motion. Being purely a rebound sport, no player can hold the ball but can only pass, set, hit, spike or block the ball.

The Right Sports Equipment Bag for You
posted on December 13, 2013 12:40:59 pm
If you are interested to know what kind of sports bag would be best for you read on. This article is written from the point of view of a volleyball player but this information applies to any sport. We cover the types of bags most common and some companies that have good quality equipment with good customer feed back.

Tips and Hints to Improve Your Skills on the Volleyball Court
posted on October 24, 2013 07:25:52 am
This article contains some tips which will help you improve your skills and team-work on the court. One of the best things about volleyball is how many different numbers of players can form teams and enjoy playing this exciting sport.

Fans Want to Stay Up-To-Date With Information About Volleyball Games
posted on October 10, 2013 06:21:41 am
While some fans of volleyball are going to follow a certain team, others are going to want information about all of the games. People that love the sport may watch several different volleyball games. There are a lot of them going on all of the time.

How to Time Your Jump When Trying to Block in Volleyball
posted on September 03, 2013 04:44:16 am
Blocking in volleyball is at once the simplest skill to execute and the hardest one to do well. Timing the block correctly is part of that. This article will look at that timing aspect. This article will provide some advice on how to improve your timing to make you a more effective blocker.

What You Need to Do to Perform a Successful Quick Set in Volleyball
posted on September 03, 2013 04:41:52 am
A well-run quick set in volleyball can do great things for a team's morale and enthusiasm. Getting the play right, though, takes a few key elements. This article looks at them.

3 Techniques to Improving Your Spikes in Volleyball
posted on September 03, 2013 04:36:39 am
Getting the most out of your hitting in volleyball has a great deal to do with making sure your mechanics are all working in your favor. Here are three specific areas to focus on in that regard to be the best hitter possible.

Tips to Teach Middle School Volleyball Players
posted on September 02, 2013 08:55:59 am
Here are five focal points for working with middle school volleyball players. Putting them in to practice can definitely help you progress rapidly toward your coaching objectives.

Why Use Volleyball Shoes
posted on August 29, 2013 01:13:21 pm
Why use volleyball shoes, why are they important, and what makes them different? These are commonly asked questions by anyone that is going to start or have their children start volleyball. In this article I will answer these questions and try to help you understand the reasons behind sport shoes.

How to Warm Up For Volleyball
posted on August 06, 2013 08:40:49 am
When thinking about how to warm yourself up to play volleyball or go through practice, keep in mind that warm-ups are about both mind and body. You aren't just getting your body set to go, but your brain as well.

Using Wave Drills and Games in Volleyball Practice
posted on August 06, 2013 07:58:45 am
Wave drills in volleyball are something quite useful for working with larger groups of players, as well as working players through a high intensity drill in a way which keeps them from getting overly tired. Basically, this involves putting players into groups and rotating them through positions in a game or drill as a group.

4 Key Skills for Coaching Volleyball
posted on August 06, 2013 07:57:47 am
Volleyball coaching is primary a mental exercise. That said, however, there are a few physical skills which are quite handy to have. In fact, if you are looking to be an assistant or apprentice coach, these are virtual must-have skills.

Essential Volleyball Drills
posted on August 06, 2013 07:41:53 am
There are certain kinds of drills which should be at the heart of any coach's toolkit. In this article you will find a trio of them which should serve you very well.

How to Teach Volleyball Basics to Beginners
posted on August 06, 2013 07:41:09 am
Teaching volleyball to beginners can be very challenging. If you focus on a few key things, though, you will experience more success and find the rewards more than a match for the effort you put in.

Volleyball - On-Court Communication Tips
posted on August 06, 2013 07:40:20 am
Developing good on-court communication is a key to success in volleyball at all levels. Here are a few tips on how to do so. It will take some work, but with the right focus you can get your team there.

3 Tips to Improve Your Overhand Serve in Volleyball
posted on August 06, 2013 07:34:57 am
Consistent serving is a key to successful volleyball. This article offers up three suggestions for improving your overhand serve.

3 Great Volleyball Drills to Get Yourself Warmed Up
posted on August 06, 2013 07:33:45 am
Warming up to play volleyball should be about both the mind and the body. Here is a trio of drills you can use to get prepared to play and/or train.

Ways to Get in Shape For Volleyball
posted on August 06, 2013 06:29:31 am
There are three primary facets to volleyball fitness. They include aerobic, strength, and anaerobic development. Your level of play and/or objectives will dictate where you'll want to focus your efforts.

How to Defend Against a Dink in Volleyball
posted on August 06, 2013 06:28:22 am
Defending against a dink or other form of off-speed shot in volleyball is about four things - attitude, positional responsibility, expectations, and proper mechanics. Put those together and you'll frustrate opposing hitters to no end.

5 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Volleyball Training Sessions
posted on August 02, 2013 10:51:28 am
Most volleyball coaches face constraints as to the amount of time they have with their players and teams. Here are five ways you can make sure you get as much as possible out of the limited training and practice time you do have.

Can Chiropractic Care Improve Your Volleyball Game?
posted on July 02, 2013 12:28:37 pm
Lisa Rutledge, a professional beach volleyball player had this to say about her chiropractor: "I see Dr. J for chiropractic work about 2 to 3 times a week, and honestly, if I could go more, I would. I play beach volleyball and it takes a serious toll on your body. I'm traveling all over the world - I'm going to Moscow, to Rome, to Korea - and 20-hour flights are not fun. So when I get back my body is just out of alignment, it feels weird, it just doesn't feel right. So as soon as I get off the plane I book my appointment with Dr. J and I get my adjustment and I feel 100 times better. It really does wonders for your body."

How to Hand Pass a Volleyball
posted on July 02, 2013 11:35:37 am
When it comes to the volley, setting your teammate and volleying a hard different ball require different techniques. One is a graceful set up designed to allow your teammate to spike the ball. The other is simply a push to a target. Although the difference between a set and a hand pass may seem vague, it is not. Continue reading to learn how to properly volley a hard driven ball.

Volleyball Speed of Travel, Hitting and Serving
posted on May 15, 2013 12:12:50 pm
Have you ever wondered how fast the best hitters can hit a volleyball? Could you dig it? This article breaks down speed of travel for a serve and an attack in the attempt to discover if you could!

Are Volleyball Players Owners of Super Cognitive Minds?
posted on March 21, 2013 06:13:44 am
Is very interesting to me that so many folks believe that you are either smart or you are athletic. It often never occurs to them that you could be both. Of course, as a coordinator for think tank which happens to operate online I know that many people are born with both brains and athletic ability. In fact I happen to be one. It's hard to say why jocks get such a bad rap when it comes to this, but perhaps it's because they were busy playing soccer, football, baseball, basketball, volleyball, or running track rather than spending those extra hours learning biology.

How to Do a Float Serve in Volleyball
posted on March 20, 2013 10:02:32 am
Knowing how to do a float serve in volleyball is important. Serving from different areas can help prevent an opposing passer from getting too comfortable. A float serve changes direction. This can be most effective when opponents seem to be getting lazy.

Volleyball Drills for Passing
posted on March 18, 2013 11:30:43 am
One of the problems with passing in volleyball is that everyone teaches it differently. The goal is to get the ball to the target with your pass. These volleyball drills for passing teach you how to do just that.

Movement in Volleyball - Strength Is Your Foundation
posted on March 14, 2013 06:16:58 am
Strength is the foundation of movement in volleyball. Young and new players learn how to move correctly through training progressions. The repetitions of training and the work a player does off the court for strength are all factors that determine how well a player can move.

Camera Mounted Volleyball for Real Action View and Online And Video
posted on March 01, 2013 07:00:45 am
Not long ago, I was watching a YouTube video of a Discovery Channel show where they had launched a coconut from an old style medieval rock launching catapult. Inside the coconut was a camera. And when they pulled it back and shot this thing forward you could see it going through the air, and the slow down the video camera so you could see it rotate as it traveled some 300 yards. Yes, it was just a bunch of male egos with too much testosterone playing around with a new gimmick, along an old theme.

Volleyball Game Modification Using a Balldrome Drop Shot Concept
posted on February 27, 2013 07:03:54 am
Now then, I like volleyball just as much as the next person as it is a very fun spectator sport whether it is being played at the beach with fine women or in a gymnasium. Still, it seems it would be fun to slightly modify the game, especially how the ball is served and how the point score occurs during the serving sequence. Now, it's fine the way it is, but what if we added some dynamic and intense changes?

Guide to Volleyball Conditioning
posted on February 15, 2013 10:27:16 am
Trying to find volleyball conditioning techniques? You stumbled upon the right page. There are many misconceptions about how to probably conditioning athletes who participate in this sport.

How To Serve A Volleyball - Different Ways To Serve The Ball
posted on February 04, 2013 02:18:07 pm
How to serve a volleyball can be done in different types of serve. No matter what serve you like to use, it is important that you hone your skills through constant practice.

Vertical Jump Test
posted on January 15, 2013 04:33:39 pm
An athlete's vertical Jump is a milestone in his sports career; in sports like basketball and volleyball, the player with the highest jump is the most feared score winner and defender of all. For Generations, people have been trying to figure out ways of enhancing the explosive power of a person's vertical jump. Aside from the great bout on unlocking the limits, it has also been a problem measuring the accurate progress of a person's vertical jump during his training.

Perfect Your Volleyball Serve, Perfect Your Great Outdoor Adventure Game Experience!
posted on September 14, 2012 11:07:27 am
Some of us need more of a challenge to make our outdoor game adventures really rock. Take Volleyball as a case in point. In Volleyball, you need skills that take time and preseverance to develop.

Using One's Head Can Lead to Sports-Related Injuries or Help Prevent Them
posted on August 21, 2012 09:16:38 am
While it is too early to tell how many athletes suffered injuries at this year's summer Olympics, statistics from the 2008 Beijing Olympics reveal that nearly 10 percent of participants suffered injuries. The most common injuries were ankle sprains and hamstring strains, but these were serious enough to prevent half of the injured athletes from competing. On the heels of the very successful 2012 London Olympics, it is interesting to note that two of the most popular spectator sports posted increases in the number of injuries treated at US hospital emergency rooms in 2011 - soccer and volleyball.

Improve Your Strength Endurance Capacity on the Volleyball Court With These 3 Volleyball Workouts
posted on August 13, 2012 09:03:44 am
As you go about your volleyball games, one particular element that you'll want to take into account is your strength endurance capacity. Doing regular volleyball workouts can help enhance this aspect of your fitness so that when you get onto the court, you're able to sustain optimal performance for a longer period of time.

Improve Your Upper Body Power on the Volleyball Court With These 3 Volleyball Workouts
posted on August 13, 2012 09:03:27 am
As you go about your volleyball games, one thing that you will want to make sure to assess and then focus on developing is your upper body power. Maintaining a strong upper body is important for the game of volleyball as much of the skill comes from how much force you can generate with your arms.

Use Your Head in Volleyball - Now It's Cool to Use Your Feet!
posted on August 07, 2012 12:04:46 pm
There's so much buzz--and so much to talk about--regarding this summer's Olympic Games. Michael was awesome. Gabby was golden. But, Brazil's women's volleyball team, despite losing, made a move that will not be forgotten for years to come. Kicking it? In Volleyball? Isn't that supposed to be hands/fists only?

Olympic Volleyball Coaches Need an Eye Tracking Directional Voice Amplification Device
posted on July 30, 2012 05:42:56 am
Not long ago, I was watching the US versus the South Korean girls volleyball tournament at the Olympic games in London and I noticed that the coach was having a tough time speaking to the players over the crowd's excitement. It is my contention that we can solve this problem very easily with the latest and greatest technologies, let me explain. You see, the military has had eye tracking technology for quite a while, and they have used this for their helicopter gunships. Like the Apache attack helicopter.

London 2012 Summer Olympics - Beach Volleyball
posted on July 05, 2012 02:02:21 pm
Beach Volleyball was played in the early 1920s at Santa Monica, California. Since then, the sport has been developing to become an international phenomenon. This game is now being played all across the world.

Excelling in Volleyball: Choosing the Right Shoes
posted on July 03, 2012 12:47:36 pm
In order to really do well in a sport you must be able to know how to use the equipment that is available to you. Volleyball is one of the most popular sports in the world and at par with basketball in a lot of respects. Tournaments are visited by thousands of spectators and it is deemed as a nationally played sport in many countries around the world. Just like many other sports, volleyball requires certain skills and also requires some special tools and equipment. A good example of this is the volleyball shoe.

How To Overcome Shyness When Going To Volleyball Camp
posted on June 11, 2012 08:04:38 am
Many people want to improve their volleyball skills, but are so shy that they dread going to volleyball camp. Here are ways to make your camp experience more enjoyable.

Basic Volleyball Rules: How To Play The Game
posted on April 26, 2012 12:15:48 pm
As with any sport, it is important that you understand what the Volleyball Rules are before you play. Here are some of the basic rules of volleyball that you need to know in order to play like a pro.

3 Effective Passing Drills to Help Improve Your Scoring Chances in Volleyball
posted on April 25, 2012 09:34:36 am
Passing the ball in volleyball with great accuracy is a must. Find out about three volleyball tips that will help improve your passing and increase your scoring chances. We will review things to consider when passing the ball. The information will serve useful not only for the beginner player, but it also serves as a good refresher for the experienced ones.

3 Tips to Help Improve Your Volleyball Serving Accuracy
posted on April 25, 2012 05:56:47 am
Serving the ball in volleyball with great accuracy is a must. Find out about three volleyball tips that will help improve your serving accuracy. We will review things to consider when serving the ball. The information will serve useful not only for the beginner player, but it also serves as a good refresher for the experienced ones.

How to Work on Your Volleyball Skills While At Home
posted on April 25, 2012 05:52:54 am
I will take you through a few things you can do at home to improve your volleyball skills while at home. Learn how to improve your game and be a better teammate for your team.

How to Hit a Volleyball
posted on April 24, 2012 10:25:58 am
Find out how to hit a volleyball as we go through the proper steps to take when hitting a volleyball. We will review things to consider when preparing to hit/attack a ball. The information will serve useful not only for the beginner player, but it also serves as a good refresher for the experienced ones.

Great Volleyball Drills For Beginning Players
posted on April 05, 2012 12:39:29 pm
Volleyball is one of the most enjoyable sports, especially for those who like to hit the beach. Playing indoor or beach volleyball can be fun, though many people take it seriously and spend a lot of time practicing. If you want to improve your skills and become a great volleyball player, it is important to spend time doing volleyball drills and getting volleyball training.

How Did It Start: The History of Volleyball
posted on March 01, 2012 07:27:53 am
Volleyball came from humble beginnings, but has now evolved into a popular youth sport. The rise of this sport has created a large market for volleyball apparel, especially volleyball spandex.

Essential Volleyball Rules
posted on February 15, 2012 10:29:23 am
Comprehending the most basic volleyball rules is extremely important for beginners of volleyball. Most people that are interested in volleyball rules need only these basic ones to continue and play. Below you find questions to the very essentials to understand the game of volleyball and the rules that go along with.

Volleyball Drills for Players Just Starting Out
posted on February 13, 2012 02:15:46 pm
It can be difficult knowing exactly where to start when running volleyball drills for beginning players. You as the coach probably have no idea what their skill level is, or you may even be teaching children who are just starting out. Either way, you need a way to help teach your players the basics of playing, while still giving them the skills that they will be using throughout their volleyball careers.

The Different Volleyball Serves
posted on February 08, 2012 01:48:43 pm
The volleyball serve might be the most important part of the volleyball game. The most obvious reason for this is that the serve starts a rally in volleyball. Being able to serve difficult serves is important because it will lead to bad serve receive passes that will ultimately lead to bad attempt at a kill. Because of this, if you master 2 or three of these types of serves you are no doubt going to help you team win.

Choose a Volleyball Camp Wisely
posted on January 31, 2012 12:35:00 pm
If you are interested in becoming a knowledgeable and skilled volleyball player, it is vital to attend volleyball camps. Not only do volleyball camps offer a player a look at the fundamentals of volleyball, but they are almost always instructed by former players. The majority of the camps that I have worked were run by people who played the sport in college.

Methods for Coaching Youth Volleyball
posted on January 19, 2012 10:49:46 am
Coaching kids that are really starting to participate in volleyball can be, and is, really difficult. It is clearly important to put together excellent drills, but the challenge is understanding what drills they may be able of essentially undertaking. It is fun.

Great Volleyball Warm-Up Drill
posted on January 19, 2012 10:49:11 am
I want to share with you my favorite warm-up activity. This is great to start a volleyball practice with.

All Volleyball Players Should Be Good at Peppering
posted on January 19, 2012 09:41:21 am
Peppering is by far the most important skill and drill in volleyball. The reason that it is so important because you can practice the three most vital parts of the volleyball game: setting, hitting, and digging.

Low Intensity Plyometric Jumping Volleyball Drills
posted on January 18, 2012 03:27:37 pm
Perhaps one of the most difficult sets of volleyball drills for a coach to come up with is plyometric exercises to help improve the ability and height of a player's jump. A strong jump is important for the overall performance of a player, which will directly impact the performance of the team as a whole. It is much harder to perform a killshot on a blocker that can jump higher than you.

High Intensity Plyometric Jumping Volleyball Drills
posted on January 18, 2012 03:27:19 pm
You have learned that you need to start jumping volleyball drills with low intensity plyometric exercises. This is to help strengthen the muscles and ligaments required for more intense training. Think about blowing up a balloon.

Volleyball Tipping
posted on January 17, 2012 08:33:42 am
The tip is an extremely important skill to possess as a volleyball player. Tipping can also include roll shots and dumps and if you can figure out the right time to use these different skills, you will be a fantastic attacker.

What Is the Difference Between Indoor Volleyball and Beach Volleyball?
posted on January 17, 2012 07:18:54 am
Believe it or not, indoor volleyball and beach volleyball are not as similar as you might think (in terms of volleyball rules). In this article, I have pointed out a few key differences that are very important to understand.

The History and Growth of Volleyball and the Growth of a Youth Base As a Result
posted on December 30, 2011 02:18:43 pm
Volleyball came from humble beginnings and has turned into one of the most widely played youth sports. Youth players value having a good selection of socks to wear that will make them stand out from the crowd.

History of the US Women's Volleyball Team - A Strong Favorite to Win the Olympics 2012!
posted on December 28, 2011 12:08:26 pm
In the most glorious international match in volleyball history, Cuba beats the U.S. 3-2 (17-15, 15-7, 11-15, 9-15, 15-10) for the IX Pan American Games gold medal in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas in August 1983; the nation's first Pan American medal in 16 years. A marathon game where the global star Flo Hyman is overshadowed by the 16-year-old Cuban volleyball prodigy Mireya Luis Hernandez (who stands 1,76m tall, but with a jump of 3,39 meters over the net), a key-player during the match. Days ago, the U.S. had defeated Cuba 3-1 (16-14, 16-14, 11-15, 16-14) in the first round.

How to Serve Receive a Volleyball
posted on December 22, 2011 08:07:16 am
The act of passing a volleyball from the serve to the setter in a consistent manner may be the most important aspect of volleyball. This is called the serve receive. The reason that this is so important because a volleyball team will never be able to run a good offense without it. This article will give you tips on how to become a better serve receiver.

The Skills Necessary to Block a Volleyball
posted on December 21, 2011 12:41:45 pm
Having a skilled defense is imperative to having a successful volleyball team. And nothing is more crucial to defense than the block. Blocking takes a lot of skill and cooperation among players to ensure a quality block is made. Below you will find tips on how to perform a better block.

Volleyball Drills to Simulate Real Games
posted on December 19, 2011 05:34:50 pm
It is easy for a coach to come up with volleyball drills to simulate the basic movements required of a hit. Toss the ball into the air and have a player spike it and they will know the basic movements associated with the spike. The same holds true for any type of hit.

Volleyball Drills for the Beginning Player
posted on December 19, 2011 05:34:09 pm
A coach's dream is to have a team of players so experienced that they wouldn't even have to run drills. Unfortunately, this isn't going to always be the case. There is going to come a time when you have a team that is comprised entirely of beginners, or at least a vast majority of your team will barely know what a volleyball even is.

The Vocab of Volleyball
posted on December 19, 2011 02:48:37 pm
There are many different terms and sayings that you will come across when playing volleyball that I feel are a worth pointing out. There are many that people who are not familiar with volleyball may not recognize.

Volleyball Basics
posted on December 15, 2011 02:14:47 pm
Volleyball is the 2nd most popular participation sport in the world, mainly in part of how easy it is to get started. You don't need a lot of equipment or skills/experience to play. And it's fun for everyone!!

What Are the Most Vital Volleyball Skills
posted on December 12, 2011 11:56:51 am
If volleyball is something that you have never done and have decided to pick up, then you need to learn and practice the rules of volleyball and the skills that go along with it. To be a solid player, you really only have to posess five important skills. As for a position, really the best way to figure this out is to play. Below, I have listed these skills that will help on your journey.

Volleyball Rules: Spiking the Volleyball
posted on December 08, 2011 03:17:45 pm
If for some explanation you are not conscious of this, spiking, or attacking, the ball is typically the third contact with the ball that a team makes. The reason teams use the spike is to put the ball way on the opponent's side of the net for a score. The action of spiking the volleyball is a process.

How to Serve a Volleyball
posted on December 07, 2011 03:24:17 pm
Ever wonder how to serve a volleyball? Here are some tips that will help you.

Volleyball Drills to Help With the Dig
posted on December 05, 2011 01:18:33 pm
As any coach knows, there are many different volleyball drills used to teach the ways to hit the ball in the game of volleyball. Many will argue that the first hit on any side is the most crucial. The two most common ways to hit a ball initially is to either block or dig the ball.

What Is a Double Contact and a Lift in Volleyball?
posted on December 05, 2011 08:13:32 am
There are in essence two kinds of mistakes when it comes to setting or passing the ball - double contacts and lifts. You will discover conditions to the double contact rule; nonetheless as you are going to notice, you'll find no exceptions to lifting.

Volleyball Rules: Player Behavior
posted on December 01, 2011 10:52:32 am
As a volleyball coach, you must display control by providing your players with a list of rules and expectations that they must know and follow. Laying down the law in the first week is going to be essential if you want to run a well-oiled machine. I have compiled a list of what I believe are the essentials.

Condition Your Team With Volleyball Drills
posted on November 28, 2011 10:14:39 am
For any team, no matter what the sport, practice is not fun. No matter what kind of fun you put in your volleyball drills, the fact of the matter is that they still involve a lot of practice, and are just plain hard work. Like any sport that requires conditioning, after the first few weeks of practices, you will find out who is really there to play.

High School Volleyball Rules
posted on November 22, 2011 06:14:02 pm
Each volleyball team has six players. A coin toss determines first serve. The person in the back right corner serves, underhand or overhand, from behind the end line, holding the volleyball so it is visible. The winning team rotates clockwise and receives next serve.

Serving Up Volleyball Drills
posted on November 21, 2011 09:32:02 am
Sometimes, as a coach, the hardest volleyball drills to come up with are for serving. Serving takes strength, as well as precision, as well as being prepared for what may happen on the return. A good serve, however, can make all the difference in the world when your team is in a game.

Volleyball Drills for Blocking and Defense
posted on November 10, 2011 04:55:08 pm
There are many aspects to the sport of volleyball. To many coaches, the most important skill to work on is defense. Creating and running volleyball drills for blocking will help your team become much stronger in their defense.

Volleyball Drills You Can Do Alone
posted on November 10, 2011 04:53:11 pm
Volleyball is a team sport. It requires the effort and support of everyone on the team in order to be successful. To this end, most volleyball drills are designed for the team to work together on.

How To Be a Good Volleyball Coach
posted on November 07, 2011 09:08:23 am
Connect in a way that is encouraging and that proves that you have got the very best interests of the players at heart. Communicate with mothers and fathers, officials and also other coaches in a proactive, respectful and constructive method. Teach volleyball essentials Instructing method and form now prevents players from creating undesirable habits.

Volleyball Drills - Listen Up - This Is Important
posted on October 25, 2011 03:31:17 pm
I believe that one of the most important skills in volleyball is PASSING - it's your first line of defence against the incoming serve - and if you DON'T get it right - both your setter and hitter need to adjust their timing and approach to compensate. So - It's safe to say that without a well executed pass the rest of the rally suffers...

What the Heck Is a Libero?
posted on October 20, 2011 09:05:40 am
Have you been to a volleyball match lately and seen a player on the court with a different color jersey on? That player is called a libero. Here is the explanation.

Strategies for Effective Use of Volleyball Drills
posted on October 17, 2011 12:07:56 pm
Face it, volleyball drills can be a real drag, whether you are a coach or a player. The players continually drill, essentially doing the same thing everyday, while the coach watches them to see if they are working hard and doing what they are supposed to. In reality, volleyball drills are not fun, and can cause burnout rather quickly.

A Brief History of Volleyball
posted on October 17, 2011 12:07:45 pm
When running volleyball drills with your team, it may be a good diversion to review the actual history of the game. Some coaches who are very serious about volleyball may even want to have their team learn the history also. While in no way is it a necessity, some people feel that knowing everything there is to know about a sport often gives the players a bit of an edge.

How Do I Jump Higher in Volleyball Part III - Learning Basic Skills to Play Volleyball
posted on October 17, 2011 12:07:24 pm
It is important to note that there are two (2) types of vertical jumps in volleyball. You can observe the players in this kind of sport on the court to execute these leaping maneuvers like (1) taking off from the ground with both legs, that is one; and (2) jumping with just one leg, which is the other form of vertical jump. In either way, whether with two legs or one leg, such leaping style has significant importance to the players. This article will tell you how relevant these movements are to such skills like block and dig which are our main topics.

Volleyball Drills for Positions
posted on October 14, 2011 11:19:48 am
Volleyball drills consist mainly of various ways to hit a ball. The classic formula of pass, set, spike is the main theme of these drills. Volleyball has a lot more finesse than just knowing HOW to hit the ball correctly.

Volleyball Drills to Strengthen Wrists
posted on October 14, 2011 09:49:55 am
Developing skills is an important factor in volleyball skills. Just as important is the development of muscle. There are many conditioning drills for the lower body, but strengthening wrist muscles is a necessary part of training also.

Developing Your Own Volleyball Drills
posted on October 14, 2011 07:58:43 am
For all coaches, it is common to look in various places for volleyball drills. Drills can be found on the internet, in books, or even in the heads of other coaches. There are advantages to using drills created by other people.

How Do I Jump Higher in Volleyball Part I - Learning Basic Skills to Play Volleyball
posted on September 30, 2011 01:45:05 pm
Are you aspiring to become a volleyball player? You may have noticed that volleyball is one type of sport that is associated with tall and lightweight athletes who execute lots of powerful leaps on the court. On the other hand, do not be discouraged if you are heavy and short as well. Obviously, you have asked yourself how you could jump higher like them. The appropriate vertical jump training is the answer to that question to improve your leap and a good pair of sneakers that makes you jump comfortably.

How Do I Jump Higher in Volleyball Part II - Learning Basic Skills to Play Volleyball
posted on September 20, 2011 02:31:26 pm
Now, I am back with a friendly reminder! Always bear in mind that in order for you to jump higher in volleyball, all you have to do is simply practice jumping. Maybe you have noticed that this type of sport involves more verticals and explosive jumps. And for your information, these are attributes for one to be considered a real good volleyball player. The vertical explosion program proves very appropriate in learning and applying the skills such as pass and attack which the topics of this article.

FIVB Women's Volleyball Championship at the London Olympics Venue, Horse Guards Parade
posted on August 12, 2011 02:11:55 pm
FIVB Beach Volleyball International at London Horse Guards Parade is a test event planned ahead of the London 2012 Olympics which runs from 9th - 14th August and is the first occasion when the British capital is hosting an international beach volleyball championship. FIVB Beach Volleyball International at Horse Guards Parade in London boasts an impressive line-up of top-notch women volleyball players in the world and features a series of 54 matches played within 6 days.

How to Increase Your Speed in Volleyball
posted on August 09, 2011 09:19:57 am
Volleyball is a game which requires a lot of skill and good reaction time. The extra second it takes for you to get on the ground and bump the ball up could be the difference between losing a set or winning it. In many situations, Volleyball games are extremely close, meaning the sets are played almost point for point. Make an error that could have been easily avoided and you will regret it! There are many ways in which you can improve your speed in Volleyball, and I'd like to share them below.

How to Improve Your Volleyball Skills
posted on August 05, 2011 11:41:17 am
If you are looking for the magic bullet to take your Volleyball Skills up a notch, I am sorry to disappoint you. There simply isn't a 'get pro fast method' in Volleyball. Talk to the professionals, and they will all tell you that it takes the right technique combined with hours and hours of solid training. Of course, there are longer ways to go about getting good at playing Volleyball. If you are learning the wrong technique then you will certainly take longer to get good than those that have the right technique from the beginning.

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