Volleyball Defense Videos

There are free volleyball videos online that are hosted and produced by

top coaches and pro players that can help you improve your defensive

skills for the indoor and sand game.

Volleyball videos are a great way to get instruction on how

to defend a ball, how to position your body on the court in defense, and

learn additional tips and tricks that only the pros and top coaches


If these videos are free to watch, then that should make your learning

experience even more enjoyable right?

My site How To Play Volleyball Videos hosts a collection of free

volleyball videos that show professional players and world class

coaches covering all aspects of the defensive volleyball skills for both

the indoor and sand games.

Olympic Gold and Bronze Medalist:
USA Volleyball Men's Asst. Coach Gary Sato

One of my former club coaches, Gary Sato is also a former Olympic


medal winning assistant USA Men's volleyball coach and is now the first

American to coach the men's National Team in Japan.

Gary excels in coaching defense and in his first six free volleyball videos

produced by Volleyball 1on1.com he explains a few digging techniques

you can use to improve your defense skills.

Check out what he has to say...

Former Stanford Volleyball Coach Don Shaw

Former Stanford men's and women's volleyball coach Don Shaw has

produced NCAA championship teams and many Olympic players


two-time Olympian and USA National Volleyball team captain Kim Oden.

On one of his videos for Championship Productions DVDs, he explains

several aspects of the individual defense technique.

University of Beach Volleyball

Guess what?

Now you can actually go to school by watching these free

volleyball videos produced by University of Beach Volleyball.

I find these beach volleyball videos to be especially informative and

most of all educational and accurate.

You can follow them at www.twitter.com/ubeachvb for regular updates

on improving your sand volleyball skills.

Listen to what Dan has to say about the importance of not guessing

where to go in beach volleyball defense. You have to stay still and not

move until you know where the hitter is going to hit the ball.

Then once you do, you need to react quickly to run to the ball and

ideally you want to place yourself so it only takes you three long steps

in any direction to cover the court.

Check out what additional valuable lessons Dan has to say...

Volleyball.Now.Net: Lance Stewart

Champion high school volleyball coach Lance Stewart has 12 CIF titles

and two national titles under his belt and I highly recommend the

valuable tips he gives on his series of indoor volleyball videos at


Coach Stewart does a great job of explaining the most complex aspects

of the games and breaks them down into easy to understand chunks of

information that both players and parents can understand.

In this video clip which you'll find also on my How To Play Volleyball

Videos site Coach Stewart explains that you should focus on the

mental aspect of playing defense first.

Olympic Gold Medalist and Beach Volleyball Player: Eric Fonoimoana

Olympic gold medalist Eric Fonoimoana has hundreds of awards for

his dynamic defensive play in the sand. The AVP King of the Beach

winner maintained his dominance with an intensive practice and work


Now you can hear what he ways on the best ways of positioning

yourself in defense in the sand.

Check out what Eric has to say...

Check out more information about videos in the pages below.

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Online Volleyball Training Videos

Beach Volleyball Videos Can Be Beneficial

How To Play Volleyball Video Clips Improved My Skills

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