Friday, May 23, 2014

Learn the only volleyball shot that is named after a player, The Steino named after UCLA Sand Coach Stein Metzger

by Andor Gyulai, Founder and Owner of Volleyball 1on1


This week Volleyball1on1 has added a great new beach volleyball coaching video with Olympian and current UCLA Sand Coach Stein Metzger. Stein has coached over 200 AVP and FIVB players and has won on both the AVP and FIVB.

In this video Stein shares a volleyball shot he made famous, “The Steino.” As far as we know this is the only shot in volleyball named after a player.


Volleyball1on1 produced and filmed these coaching videos with Stein to offer new insights, secrets and verbal coaching cues for volleyball coaching. Visit http://www.Volleyball1on1.com to access their full library of almost 2000 volleyball coaching videos, drills and practice plans for beach and indoor volleyball.

Additionally: Click Here – To see Stein Full Series on Indoor Volleyball Setting! Stein was a 3 Time NCAA Champion and NCAA MVP as starting Setter at UCLA.

Friday, May 9, 2014

Gold Medal Beach Coach, Head Coach Beach Volleyball Canada Shares Volleyball Blocking Cues and Secrets

by Andor Gyulai, Founder and Owner of Volleyball 1 on 1

With only two players on the court it is critical your players take up space when blocking in beach volleyball. In this quick video Steve Anderson shares a great verbal cue and coaching technique he uses to help his players block better.


Steve is a Gold and Bronze medal Olympics beach volleyball coach who is now the head coach for beach volleyball Canada. This is just 1 of 60 coaching videos Volleyball1on1.com filmed with Steve Anderson.

Others videos include: 
-          Passing Instruction and Coaching
-          Serving Instruction and Coaching
-          More Blocking Instruction and Coaching
-          Setting Instruction and Coaching
-          Defense Instruction and Coaching
-          Spiking Instruction and Coaching.

To see more beach volleyball instructional coaching videos with volleyball1on1 – Click Here!

Also volleyball1on1 offers an extensive library of beach volleyball drills, Click Here to see more beach volleyball drills.

Volleyball1on1 produced and filmed these videos with Steve Anderson to help grow the sport and offer new insights on volleyball coaching and training. Visit Volleyball1on1.com to access their full library of almost 2000 volleyball coaching videos, drills and practice plans for indoor and beach volleyball.




Wednesday, May 7, 2014

How to take a baby with you on the recruiting trail...



Carol Price-Torok, Associate Head Coach, University of Arkansas

  • Be organized with your travel.  Flight times, pit stops, etc.  I  have a lot of connections in Texas and Missouri, so I do a lot of recruiting there so my son can travel with me and have my friends and former teammates help.  I also have a great support system in Fayetteville, plus former players that are always looking for extra money on the weekends and a free fridge full of food! 
  • Bring help with you.  I am fortunate enough to be able to drive to a lot of qualifiers and watch great volleyball in our area.  I pay a babysitter to come with (i.e. our amazing manager!) It’s a free trip for her and great help for me. 
  • Expect the unexpected and go with the flow.  Even the best laid plans will go a rye with a baby.  Extra clothes, extra food, more breaks, longer breaks and more time in the gym.
  • Stay for the whole tournament. If you miss something you can re-evaluate your list and see them again.  You may want to stay in the gym until 8 pm, but if my son has had enough and is ready to go, it’s time to roll! 
  • Supportive staff and boss. My family is very important to me and making sure my boss was supportive of that was key when I was planning my family. 
  • Get your babies in the gym and on the road early.  The more they do it the more routine it is.  My son sleeps through whistles and cheering like they are lullabies and can entertain himself for up to 30 minutes.  I realize I am extremely lucky that he is flexible but I think he is a product of his surrounding and it is what he is used to.