The Art of Volleyball Hitting by John L. Bowman is a quite thorough discussion of hitting aimed at players, but I think you can find far better resources.
A fellow blogger has some advice for players looking to become powerful hitters. I share some of my own thoughts and observations to the conversation.
A reader wants to know how to address players contacting serves and attacks in the mid-line rather than in line with their shoulder.
A reader asked a trio questions related to hitter approaches, knee slides when receiving short balls, and run-throughs for passing
What is a zero tempo set in volleyball? How is it different than a first tempo set? Those are the questions for this blog post.
A dip into the Coaching Volleyball mail bag produced a question about the expected kill percentage when a team passes a perfect ball.
If you're working with young female athletes one of the things you should very seriously consider including in your work is teaching them how to throw.
Wherein I go waffling on about hitting angles and when decisions get made, with some help from Mark Lebedew and Team USA coaches.