Learn how to dig a volleyball, better by attending specialized libero volleyball camps during the summer.
on this site planning to attend a libero camp during the summer is a
improving defense skills, communication in defense while becoming
better back court players.
With the growing numbers of female players specializing in
libero position, there has been an increasing assortment of libero camps
that have been created around the country for all levels of players
The libero camp can come in the form of a one-day or multi-day clinic
offered to those players who are concerned about sharpening and
improving their digging and defensive back court game.
The back court skills usually covered are forearm passing, serve
receive, individual defensive techniques like the sprawl, the
A player you should have a list of goals when attending a one day
libero camp or clinic which should include learning how to dig a
volleyball consistently to your front row setter or at least to the middle of
the court where she can get to it pretty easily.
successfully, understand back row court positions, defensive
base starting positions and how to adjust to play defense behind
In some parts of the country, colleges and universities offer the
These are usually in the form of a "clinic" that is designed to give tall
lot of balls in serve receive and a lot of repetitions in dig drills.
Since players should really try to become all-around
players, being able to play front row and back row is an invaluable skill
and definitely increases your playing time.
This type of camp provides instructions on defensive
movement, correction of a player's platform and ball contact point, as
If you are a tall volleyball player that only plays the three front
row positions and you want to avoid being subbed out every time you
go back to serve, you are going to have to learn how to dig in
volleyball and you may be interested in attending this type of defense
Before I go I wanted to review some tips I've mentioned in previous
articles which I hope will help you to choose the right libero camp.
Anywhere between a 1:6 (excellent) to 1:12 (average) should give you
a good opportunity to touch a lot of balls and to get your questions
Another was to attend a libero camp (or the camp of your
attending in the future so you can get a feel for what it will be like to
play at that school.
The last tip I wrote about was to find a libero camp (or a skills camp of
your choice) that offers an experience that you can not recreate at
home by yourself.
So if a camp promises to give you an opportunity to learn how to dig a
volleyball by doing a lot of individual drills or conditioning that
you can do at home, find another libero camp that offers more
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