How to Eliminate Freeballs: Creating an Offensive System for Out-of-System Play

How to Eliminate Freeballs: Creating an Offensive System for Out-of-System Play
How to Eliminate Freeballs: Creating an Offensive System for Out-of-System Play
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Product Description

  • Learn how to attack successfully from all areas of the court
  • Learn how to lower the risk of bad plays and react effectively to broken plays
  • Get a variety of 4v4 games to create chaotic, game-like situations
with Matthew Cribbin, American International College,
recipient of a Thirty Under 30 award from the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA)

The majority of matches are won by the team that does the best job of staying "in-system" while forcing the other team out-of-system and into a predicable offense. Aggressive play requires players to focus on what comes next.

AVCA Thirty Under 30 recipient Matthew Cribbin shares strategies and drills for developing a multi-faceted offense while out-of-system. Coach Cribbin introduces, demonstrates and assesses multiple drills and techniques that allow players to attack successfully from all areas on the court.

The ability to create an attack out-of-system is the best way to gain control of a rally and force the opposing team to create a play that greatly increases the chance of being in-system on the next possession.

Produced at the 2013 AVCA Annual Convention in Seattle, WA.

52 minutes. 2014.



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