- Learn how to improve your setter's game with just two people and no coach
- See how to work on setting from anywhere on the court
- Train setters to get to the ball quicker and more efficiently
- Learn to set the bad passes and dump the good ones - and catch your opponent off guard!
with Arnie Ball, IPFW Head Men's Volleyball Coach;
2007 NCAA Runner-Up; 6x MIVA Champions; 2007 AVCA National Coach of the Year; Head Coach for the U.S. Team in the 2003 World University games (bronze medal); over 500 career victories
and Lloy Ball, setter for the 2008 US Olympic Volleyball Team (Gold Medal),
starting setter for the US Olympic Team at four Olympic Games; first male volleyball player to compete in four Olympic Games; US National Team Captain for 10 years; 3x All American at IPFW; 1991 NCAA Freshman of the Year; 2x MIVA Player of the Year
Having a good setter is crucial to the overall success of any team. It is essential that you not only choose the right setter, but also train them to his/her highest potential. In this session, father-son team Arnie and Lloy Ball teach the necessary skills to work with a partner or by yourself to improve your setting.
Lloy Ball demonstrates numerous drills you can do with a spectrum of resources - whether it's at home with one ball in or on a court with a bunch of balls and another teammate.
In practicing all aspects of the game, the Balls show setters how to become better and stronger while improving their teams. You'll learn how to drill skills crucial to becoming and remaining a top setter:
- Dig to and communicate with your libero
- Get to the ball from difficult rotations 3 and 4
- Dig from zones 5 and 6, then transition to set
- Use efficient footwork to cut the ball off
The best setters are those that motivate themselves to practice ALL THE TIME! This presentation shows how your setters can push themselves to get more touches. Whether alone or with only a few free minutes.
This DVD offers incredible insight from two of the world's top authorities on setting!
Produced at the 2012 AVCA National Convention in Louisville (KY).
57 minutes. 2013.Volleyball Videos