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Volleyball Arm Swing Video Series
This series of videos is designed to teach volleyball players how to hit volleyballs with better mechanics, less pain, and more longevity. These are the essential 5 skills that I teach to every volleyball player, from high school to the U.S. National Team.
Comprehensive Review of the video series:
Just to quickly introduce myself, my name is Yoon Ha and I’ve been coaching volleyball for 20+ years. I have coached pretty much every level - grade school, HS, club, boys, girls, and a stint in college. I am currently entering my 4th season at Seton High School in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Having never been formally trained at volleyball and having a technical background I became a student of the game. By attending coaching clinics, attending local college practices, watching videos, etc.; I have taken advantage of many opportunities to listen to some high level coaches to become a better technical coach. After several years, I considered myself a pretty strong technical coach. Based on that assumption, it bothered me why still several of my players couldn’t get the skills down...arm swing/hitting in particular. I know a lot of coaches that I’ve been around that the kids should be throwing a football to help with arm swing. However, nothing we’ve been training simulated that. But, I went along with it. A few years later, that’s when I happen to come across a blog post about the “Biomechanics of an Arm swing (Part 1 and 2),” by Austin Einhorn. I read it several times to really understand what he was saying. There was supposed to be a Part 3, and I kept waiting for it, but to my dismay it never came. But, that’s when it dawned on me that it’s just not about getting stronger. What’s more important is creating/developing efficient movement patterns.
Free Dynamic Work Stations
I believe that sitting at a desk to accomplish lots of work is actually a vital thing for modern humans. However, when we accumulate excessive amounts of time in chairs we adapt poorly. That is why I have created these free dynamic work station alternatives. I use these concurrently with my desk and chair for any cognitive work.