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Shooting the Lacrosse Ball Harder

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Shooting the Lacrosse Ball Harder
This drill shows you how to shoot the lacrosse ball harder. Do this drill properly and you will find that it is very helpful when on offense.

How to Play Volleyball : How to block a volleyball

How to Play Volleyball : How to block a Volleyball
This blocking drill is perfect for a defensive drill during practice. You must be in ready position at all times. The video describes how to do this. Make sure when getting ready to block, use the opposite hand of the opponent who is hitting. Using both hands is very helpful in protecting more space over the net.

Volleyball Serving Tips

Volleyball Serving Tips. This video shows the basic way in serving a volleyball. Tossing the ball is important in how your serve will turn out. Make sure the toss is perfect before setting up for the serve. Make sure to extend your arm properly. When serving much strain and torque affects your abdominal muscles. Make sure proper stretching is done before doing these drills.

Volleyball Exercise Series: Core, Balance and Shoulders Vol. 2

Volleyball Exercise Series: Core, Balance and Shoulders Vol. 2
This video shows how to build your core, balance and shoulder muscles. These areas are very important in building strength as a volleyball player.

Setting Fundamentals

Setting Fundamentals
"Use your hands like your grabbing a two leader bottle out of the fridge" This is an important way to think about the setting technique. A good technique results in a great set. Use your legs just as much as you use your upper body.

Volleyball: Blocking Fundamentals

Volleyball: Blocking Fundamentals
Blocking is very important for the players next to the net. It is a defensive skill that all players must have. Squat position allows maximum power when blocking. Squat exercises and arm and leg extension are very helpful in blocking a ball. Make sure the arms and hands do not hit the net at any point.

Volleyball Serve Receive Drill

Volleyball Serve Receive Drill
This drill is great for practice and pre game warm-ups. Make sure the players are doing everything correctly while working on this drill. It is a great drill to do at the end of practice, thus, using drills done earlier in a game setting.

Wrestling Drills: Elbow control to defend headlock

Wrestling Drills: Elbow control to defend headlock
This drill is great for gaining control of the mat. The drill is done with two players and is great for practices. This allows players to train both offensive and defensive drills simultaneously.

Wrestling Drills: Pop under

Wrestling Drills: Pop under
This is a great two person drill to be practiced anytime daily. It is a great warm up drill for practice or pre game prep.

Wrestling Drills: Speed takedowns

Wrestling Drills: Speed takedowns. This drill needs three players. Designate one player to take down the other two, quickly and correctly. This drill is to be done at full speed, better increasing speed and agility areas.