Aggressive volleyball by Pete Waite

By Pete Waite

Offers offensive and protective concepts in addition to drills geared toward aiding coaches make in-game alterations and maximize the talents in their avid gamers so that it will win.

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Aggressive Volleyball © Nick Laham/Getty Images Sport 14 Playing high above the net puts stress on the opposing players and forces them to change their tactics. Coaches always notice the great vertical jumps. The vertical jump may improve a bit, but the most noticeable benefit is that the player will be able to jump to his or her maximum height many more times before tiring. When testing vertical jumps, the Vertec tool can give precise measurements. The Vertec is freestanding, which allows athletes to take a full approach (devices attached to a wall tend to be more limiting).

Some players are able to compensate with a great work ethic and an ability to read and anticipate situations. Don’t abruptly cut or give up on a player who doesn’t win the speed and agility drills. Make sure you give them a chance to show their volleyball skills in game situations before making a decision. Speed and agility drills are simply a tool to help assess players’ physical traits. They don’t tell you everything about mental and emotional gifts. Arm speed is more difficult to test, and much of its evaluation will be subjective.

Applying Individual Assessment Results Coaches use information gained from individual assessments in various ways, depending on their level and situation. At the high school and club levels, they will likely use the results to make cuts during tryouts or to form teams. It is very difficult to decide who will make the team when it has to be done in a short period of time, though most coaches would agree that the toughest part is telling the players who did not make the squad. Once the team is selected, the process becomes more similar to that of the college game, as coaches turn their attention to picking starters and deciding what roles each player will have.

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