A coach wonders how much of their practice should be focused on serving and passing. That's a tricky question, though.
How can you get the most out of serve reception training when your servers are not good enough? Here's an idea.
A coach is looking for some ideas of games and drills they can use when working with more experienced players on serve receive.
You ever find yourself in a situation where your players pass well in drills, but fall apart in games? The solution is pretty easy.
Here's my first day of practice back session for the Medaille College men's team. It was a small group and I had three focus points.
Structured, highly ordered drills can look very nice, but the fact of the matter is they do a poor job of preparing for game randomness.
How can we get players used to serving in pressure situations? It comes down to making their serves in practice consequential.
Do you mix your practice session designs up a lot? Or are you the type of coach who basically does the same thing all the time?