How to Build Individual Volleyball Skills with Limited Gym Time
With the need for team chemistry and team skills it is often difficult to build time into your practice to work on the individual's talents. Yet every coach wants their players to be better at specific individual skills the player may need. University of Pittsburgh Head Coach Dan Fisher, Volleyball1on1.com's newest instructor, has figured out a way to overcome this problem with a unique series of volleyball warm up drills.
What these volleyball warm up drills accomplish is that they work on individual skills, be that blocking, spiking, passing, setting, defense, offense, ball control and more, while warming up the players and getting them ready for the team portion of the practice.
Fisher went 75-2 in his two seasons at the helm of Concordia University. In 2011 (his first year at the program,) Dan was named NAIA Coach of the Year, and last year he finished with a perfect 38-0 season and a national championship.
I have included one of the 12 drills below. The drill is shown in two videos, one is of the coach running the volleyball drill and in the second video, Volleyball1on1.com owner Andor Gyulai interviews Dan about the drill!
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