It is almost impossible to learn about the game of volleyball without volleyball videos. If you want to learn volleyball electronically, there is no other way to do it than watching videos.
Take it from me a volleyball coach, that it is impossible to read a bunch of articles about volleyball techniques and then try and implement them. Games are won and lost based on the small differences between technique, and the only way to make sure you or your team are doing it correctly is to watch the process for yourself by viewing volleyball videos.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, just imagine what volleyball videos are worth.
There is no way I will force you to read a thousand words on how to do a specific technique, which is a reason why you should trust me and look up some videos online.
Featuring volleyball videos with top volleyball players, it becomes easier to understand the fundamentals of the game.
When picking an instructional video, make sure you find one that focuses on techniques and new ways of approaching the game. Everyone knows how to spike a volleyball, but the difference in video content occurs when you can view top players from around the world showing you their specialties.
There are several options to find good instructional volleyball videos online, but most of them do not focus on the intricacies of the game, and instead are just promotional videos. When choosing the right instructional video, make sure you find one with the top players in the world.
My personal favorite features Andor Guylai and 3 Time Olympian Jeff Nygaard performing the “Bic and Pipe.” For all you avid volleyball fans out there, you understand what a fundamental and great play this is. I never realized that Jeff Nygaard is the inventor of this move!
If you have no idea what I am talking about, that probably means you should be looking up how to do this great move now. I mean when else can you easily access content related to top volleyball players divulging their secrets.
I use volleyball videos to assist myself in learning more about the fundamentals of the game, and it is also a great tool in helping my kids get better at the game. I force the team I coach to watch instructional volleyball videos all the time, and it has become a part of our weekly practice routine.