Handbook for Competitive Volleyball

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Meyer & Meyer Verlag, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 355 pages
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The primary focus of this book is to develop an all-around/universal athlete into a specialized athlete (specialist). This progression is discussed with references to setting, outside hitting, middle hitting, back-row hitting, serving, outside blocking, middle blocking, defence, coverage and service reception and will be connected to related service reception, offensive, and defensive formations. Another major focus is to design and practice match systems. Strategies and counterstrategies in serving, service reception, offence and defence will be dealt with.
 

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Contents

The Goals and Teaching Concept of this Book
9
Organisation and Symbols
27
Learning Part
103
Learning Part
172
Match Systems
236
Twoperson or a Threeperson Service Reception Formation
253
Defensive and Offensive Strategies
274
Specific Principles for the Training of the Sport of Volleyball
334
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