Uploaded on Feb 4, 2013Our featured Pro Tip this week is from Pro Beach Volleyball Olympic Medal winner Holly McPeak, as she explains explains passing the volleyball when you're playing on the beach. Learn the secrets of forming your platform, moving your feet and what to do with your platform. How you legs and movement play an important role, where to push the pass and how to play the pass with the wind at your back.
Holly McPeak has been playing pro beach volleyball since 1987 and full time since 1992. She has 72 career titles, second only to Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh for the most of any women in pro beach volleyball
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In this video, UCLA Sand Coach, Olympian and three-time NCAA Champion Stein Metzger shares beach volleyball setting technique as well as three sand volleyball setting drills. Good for all levels, particularly players transitioning from indoor to beach!
Uploaded on Jan 9, 2013Training games with mixed pairs of Thomas Heijs, Jesse Hawkins, Daryl Lewis, Liam Matheson and Max Longdill. Games played at Mairangi Bay Beach Volleyball Centre, Auckland, New Zealand.
Uploaded on Apr 1, 2013Learn the secrets of the 3-step approach and how to execute this as you serve. Jeff also talks about directional hitting and why your toss and how you line things up are very important as well as why you want to get your toss up and under as opposed to out. You'll also learn why the initial swing starts from the hip and why a high contact point with the ball gives you range, power and control.
Jeff Nygaard is an American indoor and beach volleyball player who is a three-time Olympian (indoor in 1996 and 2000) and beach volleyball in 2004. In addition, Jeff is a two-time NCAA Champion and two-time NCAA MVP while playing for UCLA. In 2003, he