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New interactive tools for teaching basic skills available online

posted Dec 17, 2012, 3:02 PM by Laurie Peterka
Reprinted here from FIVB e-News, December 17, 2012




Lausanne, Switzerland, December 14, 2012 – The FIVB Technical and Development department has released seven new interactive posters providing step-by-step demonstrations of basic techniques by the world’s top players. They are now available for download from the Technical/Coach page of the FIVB website.

The posters, which are free to download and can be either printed out or used electronically, incorporate embedded videos to show how the best players execute skills in real game situations. Each video demonstration shows in both full speed and slow motion, and can be steamed live or downloaded from a link on the poster to be used separately. Coaches, teachers and players are encouraged to explore the collection.

Additional posters, each focusing on a specific skill, will be introduced in the months ahead. The latest set can be downloaded from the site, or directly from the following links:

Added to the 10 posters already on the site, the new additions bring the total available to 17

Skill

Description

Passing: Low Reception (3point) – Women

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This poster demonstrates passing from a low reception by Fabiana Oliveira, Liubov Shashkova and Suzana Cebic. Their techniques are broken down into approach and positioning, ball contact, and follow-through.

Passing: Low Reception (3point) – Women

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This poster demonstrates passing from a low reception as done by Francesca Piccinini. Their techniques are broken down into approach and positioning, ball contact, and follow-through.

Passing: Forward Sprawl Reception – Women

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This poster demonstrates forward sprawl receptions by Stacy Sykora, Zhou Suhong and Fabiana Oliveira. Their techniques are broken down into approach and positioning, ball contact, and follow-through.

Setting: Jump Back Set –Women

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This poster demonstrates jumping back sets by Milena Sadurek, Maja Ognjenovic and Robin Ah Mo-Santos. Their techniques are broken down into approach and positioning, ball contact, and follow-through.

Serving: Jump Spin Power Serve – Women

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This poster demonstrates jump spin power serves by Wang Yimei, Paula Pequeno and Logan Tom. Their techniques are broken down into approach and positioning, ball contact, and follow-through.

Serving: Jump Spin Power Control Serve – Women

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This poster demonstrates jump spin power control serves by Serena Ortolani, Liubov Shashkova and Nancy Carrillo. Their techniques are broken down into approach and positioning, ball contact, and follow-through.

Setting: Jump Set – Men

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This poster demonstrates jump sets by Sergey Grankin, Pierre Pujol and Pawel Zagumny. Their techniques are broken down into approach and positioning, ball contact, and follow-through.


Six of the seven demonstrations in this series of posters feature female players. As new posters are produced, an even distribution of male and female players will be used to provide examples. The FIVB is committed to providing high-quality, adaptable and flexible coaching materials that can be used by everyone seeking to learn or teach volleyball, anywhere in the world.