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Start a Free Trial. View Cart Checkout. This Volleyball Practice Plan is a early season volleyball practice design for players of all skill levels. The instructor for this practice is Andor Gyulai. Andor has been coaching for close to 20 years, he has coached as many as 8 different teams in one year when he owned his own volleyball club.
LTAD is a training, competition, and recovery program. It establishes guidelines for coaches, athletes, administrators, and parents in all areas, including planning, training, competition, and recovery. It takes into account the ever-changing competitive program and the overall demands on the athletes. Long-term athlete development is also about identifying potential and providing appropriate developmental pathways for that potential to be fully realized. It is about ensuring that everyone who wants to learn sport has the opportunity.
It features 10 chapters with contributions from several coaches. Some names you probably know, but others may be new. The first six chapters cover the main volleyball skills — serving, passing, setting, hitting, blocking, and defense. They are followed by a chapter on team offense. Then there is another on team defense. The last two chapters focus on transition and practice.
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While many coaches spend a long time formulating concepts, ideas and volleyball drills that they think would improve practice sessions, not many actually sit down to fully formulate a plan so when the time comes they are prepared. There are several things that you should do before deciding which drills you want to run, in the following order:. For example, is there a staff member who is better than anyone else at serving, tossing and hitting? If so, make sure that they will be directly involved in the drills. If there another staff member who has a knack for analyzing the opposition then that should be their main responsibility etc. You can do this by first and foremost evaluating a few things: their skills, knowledge of the game, and strengths and weaknesses.
I always worry about offending others call it a character flaw and I try to be selective with the information I share because I know it has an impact. I hope no one takes it that way. This book has traveled with me across the country and back! I had helped with camps throughout high school and wanted nothing more than to just finish school so I could coach. But once I finally GOT a coaching job, a wave of incompetence seemed to rush over me.