Getting a coaching job at a U.S. collegiate volleyball program is a real challenge for foreign coaches. Here are some thoughts on how to make the move.
This is a short-duration game which focuses on serve receive attack and secondarily on winning points in a row.
This drill is a good one for working both on defensive ball control, but also on setting out-of-system balls. It can also be a good pre-match warm-up drill.
My 2013 tour of US collegiate volleyball programs included a couple of days at Long Beach State, multiple time national champs and from whence Misty May came.
Here is a volleyball game which focuses on scoring points in a row, but with the ability to incorporate additional points of focus through the use of bonus pts.
This is a simple multi-player volleyball pepper drill to work on ball-handling and/or as a warm-up, but done over the net to increase the game-like quality.
Watching other coaches in action can help validate your own training methods and/or philosophy, as it did with me when watching USC volleyball training.
This is a simple multi-player volleyball pepper drill to work on ball-handling and/or as a warm-up, but with a useful flow and coaching point variation