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Mastering Mens Volleyball: Skills and Drills Take your volleyball skills to a higher level with instruction from Hall of Fame Volleyball Coach Al Scates. In this comprehensive program, Coach Scates and his UCLA team demonstrate essential volleyball skills and a variety of individual and team drills. Among the topics covered are: serving, passing, setting, hitting, blocking and defense. This video is a great resource for players and coaches at any level of competition. 62 minutes.

Mastering Mens Volleyball: Advanced Skills and Drills Prepare to play like a champion every time you step on the court. In this unique program, Hall of Fame Coach Al Scates goes beyond the fundamentals to provide you with the advanced techniques of volleyball that are essential to winning championships. Among the topics covered are: serving, passing, setting, blocking and drills. Each chapter is like a personal coaching clinic designed to help individuals and teams drastically improve. This unique video will show you the same methods that Coach Scates has used to guide his teams to 19 NCAA championship titles during his phenomenal coaching career. 50 minutes.

Mastering Mens Volleyball: Systems of Play All of the top teams use the same offense and defense. It s whoever does it better that s important. In this comprehensive video, Hall of Fame Coach Al Scates presents the formula he has used to build and sustain the most successful collegiate volleyball dynasty ever. He takes you step-by-step through the middle back defense with coverage variations. He also presents the 5-1 Offense, and takes you through the entire rotation, demonstrating the ability to use a variety of plays incorporating back row and front row hitters, with the setter coming from various areas of the court. This informative video will help you coach your team to championship-level performances season after season.

Mastering Mens Volleyball: Practice Organization How does a program win 19 NCAA Volleyball Championships? Having talented players is certainly a good place to start, but effective practice organization is the glue that holds all the pieces together. In this unique program, Hall of Fame Coach Al Scates demonstrates how to maximize every minute of practice time. He covers every facet of conducting a successful practice: warm up drills, blocking, hitting, passing and competitive team drills. This video is the perfect tool for developing championship-level players and teams. 60 minutes.

About the Coach: Al Scates, entering his 49th season, has coached UCLA to 19 NCAA titles, capturing nearly half of the championships awarded since 1970. Scates' 19th title, won against Penn State in 2006, continued one of the greatest careers in collegiate coaching. Scates' 49-year coaching record of 1,217-282 (.812) is one of the best in collegiate sports. That record ranks first among all Division I volleyball coaches. In addition to their 19 NCAA titles, the Bruins also won USVBA collegiate championships in 1965 and '67 under Scates' stewardship. During his five decades at UCLA, he has coached 52 different first-team NCAA and 26 USVBA All-Americans, 44 U.S. National Team members, 27 Olympians and seven different Players of the Year.

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