Learn Volleyball Serve Receive 6-2 Rotations
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Winning Strategy for the Serve Receive 6-2 Offensive System
with John Knuth,
The serve receive 6-2 Offensive System relates to having six attackers and two setters in the offense.
According to John Knuth, the benefits of this offense are that it keeps three attackers in the front row, utilizes two setters that are also skilled attackers and the coach can substitute shorter players in the front row.
Another advantage is that after rotation libero can be replaced by a defender. Coach Knuth explains all of the basic offensive positions and the various rotations they make in the offense.
Passing is an important part of the 6-2 offense. He also demonstrates three set plays out of this offense.
A good drill package accompanies the teaching points and keys. Drills help set the serve-receive 6-2 offense, and develop front and back row attacks.
Knuth does an excellent job of analyzing each play option, highlighting the responsibility of each position.
Overall, this is a complete look at this winning offensive attack.
65 minutes. 2007.
Volleyball Systems 6-Pack
featuring Gwen Egbert,
Papillion-La Vista South HS (NE) Head Girl's Volleyball Coach;
Has coached 3 State Championships and has coached 5 Runner-up finishes;
All-conference player for University of Nebraska and
Marysville HS (MI) Head Coach;
over 1,000 coaching victories,
2X National Coach of the Year;
9X State Champs (including eight in a row);
192 consecutive wins ('96-'00) is #4 most all-time nationally!
Offensive Volleyball Systems Series
with John Knuth,
Serve Receive 6-2, 5-1 and 4-2 Formations: Highlight Strengths and Hide Weaknesses
with Bill Neville,
"In every rotation, expose your best serve receivers!"
Bill Neville builds this entire 2009 AVCA convention presentation around this law and shares with you innumerable ways to expose your serve receive strengths and hide weaknesses.
In the first segment of this presentation, Coach Neville sets his offense and takes you through a breakdown of six rotations.
With each rotation, Neville physically shows how to set up serve receive (including serve receive 6-2) to get the first ball to the best passer. While exposing the best passer, Neville shows how to hide the setter as well as hiding weaker passers.
Neville feels that getting a quality hit on the first pass is imperative to setting up your offense. He specifically points out what are typically the two potentially weakest rotations and presents strategies for optimizing serve receive success when in these challenging rotations.
A serve receive game of 4v2 throughout various rotations to drill serve receive is played, and with each point, Neville offers insight into the "what happened and why it happened" for each result. He then breaks down a server's sequence checklist to add more focus and purpose to each and every serve.
Neville presents a sequence for the serve receive team designed to create consistency in every serve reception. Neville models getting your team to communicate throughout the sequence.
This presentation offers specific examples of how to best set up formations that will return the highest percentage for first pass success.
44 minutes. 2010.
Becoming a Champion Setter
with John Dunning,
In Part 1 of the video, John Dunning shares the four primary phases of the setting position, the factors of offense, the roles of the setter to the team, and what it takes mentally to be a Champion setter.
In Part 2, Coach Dunning is on the court teaching and coaching his demonstrators.
Sharing his "single item focus" strategy for learning and improving, Dunning progresses through: Ready Position, including body and specific hand positioning, Body Rhythm, stressing the importance of whole body motion including a 3-step progression for the Jump Set, and concludes with Follow Through instruction.
In Part 3, Dunning shares detailed instruction through drill sequences designed for technique and accuracy and includes, jump setting, one-step setting, setting to various zones, tilt setting, back setting, one-hand setting and dumping.
A complete manual for becoming the setter looking to become a Champion.
63 minutes. 2002.
Becoming a Champion: Hitting
with John Dunning,
This video is the most comprehensive personalized instruction available and a must for improving your game!
John Dunning approaches hitting from the basics while always keeping an eye on more advanced skills.
Dunning begins with an explanation of some of the attributes to effective hitting: Vision, Ball Speed, Ball Control, Attitude, Becoming a student of the Game, and Hitting Off-line.
He then proceeds to lead you towards these skills by beginning with the basics and moving towards the more complex skills . all with the goal of power, precision, and injury prevention!
Dunning shares sequential individual ball control progressions in each of the eight different parts of the video.
The eight parts are:
Part 1: Topspin and Ball Control,
Part 2: Placement Hitting and Accuracy,
Part 3: Sets and Timing,
Part 4: Focus on Landing,
Part 5: Offensive Strategy and Off-Direction,
Part 6: One-Legged Attacking,
Part 7: Training for Right and Left Handed Players, and
Part 8: Drills for Hitting Control.
57 minutes. 2002.
Three Middle Hitter Double Quick Offensive System
with Geoff Carlston,
This is an excellent overview, in five parts, of the Double Quick Three Middle Offense System.
36 minutes. 2005.
The Fast Attack First Tempo Offense
with Bond Shymansky,
The Georgia Tech Yellowjacket's rise to the #1 rated offense in 2003 did not happen by accident!
Coach Bond Shymansky's creativity and risk-taking philosophy brought the Yellowjackets into national prominence.
In this highly informative video, Shymansky shares with you the step-by-step strategies for implementing this fast first tempo offense which focuses on the creation of 1-on-1 hitting opportunities for all front row attackers.
Shymansky begins by showing the basics of how to establish the rhythm of the First Tempo Offense through ball control and dynamic hitter movement.
Next, he breaks down the technical components of the first tempo offense attack with skills and drills designed to increase the speed of the front row attack.
Shymansky feels that the cornerstone of the fast tempo system lies with the setter.
He shares drills for training your setter to quickly set the offense along with drills that assist in establishing the aggressive mindset of a setter, a key component of the offense.
50 minutes. 2004.
For other offensive systems besides the serve receive 6-2 check out the articles below.
Learn Volleyball Serve Receive 4-2 Rotations
Learn Volleyball Serve Receive 5-1 Rotations
Volleyball Offense Strategies
Volleyball Blocking Strategies For Girls Volleyball Players
How A Girls Volleyball Player Can Control The Game
Volleyball Game Tips For Female Volleyball Players
Return To Volleyball Strategies To Control The Speed Of The Game
Return To Inspiring Female Volleyball Players From Learn Volleyball Serve Receive 6-2 Rotations
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