“The Language of Volleyball You Speak In Your Program! Systems, Terms / Concepts, Techniques, Teach Your Players A New Language, Speak It As Your First Language!” – Alan Knipe. Alan Knipe’s verbal cues (Complete philosophy) and language: – Left right – Square up – Follow through – Shape the ball early
Volleyball The Set Pass . Elbows high Make a diamond shape with your hands using your thumb and index fingers Bend knees Quick "catch" and push with your fingers Extend your arms and wrist Pretend you are catching a water balloon to help you get the feel of not "stabbing" at the ball
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Set. get under the ball, flex knees, hips slightly bent. square up, face your target. thumbs facing your eyes. form hands to ball, shape hands as a bowl. set the outside of the ball, hands simultaneously. use all fingers, ball does not touch your palms. contact ball higher then your face. extend. transfer weight towards target. move in the direction of the ball. History
Volleyball The Forearm Pass . Make a flat surface with arms by placing back of one hand in palm of the other Move feet to get under the ball One foot in front of the other with knees bent Extend arms, body and knees to the ball DO NOT swing your arms, meet the ball with your arms
The Basics of Setting-Unit 1: Teaching Setting Using Verbal Cues: Unit 2: Setting Progression: Unit 3: Setting and Overhand Passing: Module 4 The Basics of Hitting-Unit 1: Hitting Basics for Young Players: Unit 2: Teaching Approach Footwork Using Verbal Cues: Unit 3: Hitting Overview with Coaching Greats: Module 5 Individual Defense-Unit 1: Defensive Posture and Movements: Unit 2
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2. The set- used primarily to set the ball for the spiker. Skill cues: Hands in front of forehead, triangle position of hands, hit ball with fingertips, knees slightly bent, and feet shoulder length apart. When making contact with the ball: extend arms and legs in the direction of your target. 3. The underhand serve- easiest serve to master.
Place weight on left (back) foot, and transfer weight to right (forward) foot at contact. The correct body position is with ball, forehead and hips in a vertical line.
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