Coach to Coach Videos

JVA Coach to Coach Video of the Week Presented by NetLynx Sports features favorite drills from JVA volleyball members across the country.

Alabama Performance (Birmingham, AL) shares a series of stretches to help prevent injury to the lower back and to the knees. These stretches can be done at the end of practice or a tournament or after a dynamic warm-up.

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Drills by Skill

Passing Drills

Discover new drills to train passing technique, movement and team systems.

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Setting Drills

Find ways to get your setters additional repetitions and train their footwork, hand speed and location.

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Attacking Drills

Watch new ways to train players to approach to the ball, attack certain shots, and transition quickly.

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Serving Drills

Learn new drills to incorporate serving into your next practice.

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Beginner Drills

Teach young players to love the game while learning movement, communication, technique and team play.

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Ball Control Drills

Find drills designed to improve your team's ball control in order to stay in system during matches.

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Wash Drills

Enhance your team's competitive edge with offensive and defensive team drills.

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Defense Drills

Improve defensive quickness, court coverage, reading the game and court awareness with these individual player and team defensive drills.

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Warm Up Drills

Implement drills to get your team engaged, communicating and ready to compete in the beginning of practice.

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Beach Passing and Setting Drills

Give your beach players plenty of touches and training to help them stay in system when passing and setting.

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Beach Attacking Drills

Enhance your beach players' approach, shot selection and transition to attack in order to effectively side-out and score.

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Beach Defense Drills

Teach your players how to efficiently read the attacker, cover the entire court, and pursue the ball on defense.

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How to Share Your Coach to Coach Video in 5 Easy Steps

  1. Pick Your Favorite Drill
    • The drill can be designed for any juniors age (10-18) and any level.
    • The drill should be something designed for a team practice or group clinic to train a specific skill, outcome or concept of the game.
    • Show a progression or include how a coach can make the drill collaborate or competitive
    • Example: Teach footwork, incorporate a ball, train the skill with the entire team on a full court, half court or even using a wall.
  2. Record in horizontal (widescreen) view if using a smart phone. If you are not sure which view, check the video on your laptop or desktop and make sure there is no black space on the side of your video.
  3. Start with a 5-15 second introduction that includes your name/club name, the name of the drill, and what skill(s) and/or outcome the drill is intended to train. Make sure you are no more than 5 feet from the recording device so the sound quality is strong. You can use a free APP called Audio Memos to record your voice as you explain the drill. The audio file can be added to your video or sent with your video.
  4. Film the drill taking place. The best angle is from the end line or one of the back corners on the same side of the net. Video length preferred is at least 2 minutes and no longer than 4 minutes.
  5. Share the video one of two ways: 1) Upload the edited video* with audio onto YouTube. In the video settings, make sure the video is "Unlisted", rather than Public or Private. Then email the YouTube link to or 2) Share the video to using Google Drive or DropBox.

*We will add the JVA intro and closing to your video.

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