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How to Master the Volleyball Block - About.com
The volleyball block is all about positioning. Learn the correct footwork to get yourself in front of the hitter and the appropriate arm and hand position to block the ...
Volleyball Tip: Penetrate on the Block
The most exciting play in volleyball is the stuff block. Not only does it fire up your team, but it demoralizes your opponent. If you can take a player out of the game ...
Volleyball Positions - Middle Blocker - About.com
Volleyball Positions give each person on the court a specific role and a job to do. If you're a middle blocker, here is what you need to do.
Volleyball Drills - Hitting and Blocking Drills - About.com
Right side blocker waits to see if he can help on the shoot set to the middle. ... What Are All the Positions in Volleyball and What Does Each One Do?
Volleyball Blocking - Learn Volleyball Blocking Skills
A collection of articles on the volleyball skill of blocking - how to do it, how to get better at it and how to use it to win games.
Volleyball Tips - How to Read the Hitter
Once you understand how to set the block to increase your chances of getting the ... As you get more advanced in volleyball, you'll find that hitters become more ...
Volleyball Blocking - Use a Soft Volleyball Block - About.com
Sometimes your best course of action is not to go for the stuff block, but to try a soft block and earn your ... How to Execute the Fundamental Skills of Volleyball ...
What Is a Middle Blocker in Volleyball? Video
In volleyball, the middle blocker has to cover quite a bit of ground. This About. com video will give you an idea of the responsibilities and skills of the middle ...
Quick Tips: What is the Block Video
The block is the the first line of defense in volleyball competition. Watch this About.com video on using the block and why it is important in defensive volleyball.
How to Play Volleyball - Reading the Volleyball Setter
How to Execute the Fundamental Skills of Volleyball ... Your ready blocking position is standing with your knees slightly bent, your weight on your toes and your ...
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