Volleyball Drills and Practice Plans - Preplanned and Ready to use

A new book covering all aspects of volleyball drills and practice plans has just been written by a champion volleyball player and coach. It's called Winning Volleyball Drills and Practice Plans
By: Josh Vicker
May 2, 2010 - PRLog -- At Last! Pre-Planned Winning Volleyball Drills & Practice Plans for Volleyball Coaches.

This is a BRAND NEW never published before ebook on the best Volleyball Drills and Practice Plans. This is not your average volleyball drills report!

This is 50+ pages of real world drills and practice plans developed from many years of first hand playing and coaching.

It's jam packed with detailed descriptions of basic and advanced volleyball drills including; Passing Drills, Setting Drills, Defense Drills, Attacking Drills, Blocking Drills, Pepper, Team Drills and loads of Pactice Plans and much more.

It's been written by champion volleyball player Sherisa Livingston. Here's her bio:

herisa Livingston attended the University of Wisconsin from 1998-2001 earning a BA in history while playing for the volleyball team. Her athletic ability led her to become the first UW volleyball player to earn first-team All-American honors in 2000. In 2001, she became the Badgers’ first and only two-time first-team All-American, and to this day she is the Badgers only first-team All-American. In 2001, Livingston’s senior year she became the UW’s all-time kill leader with 1,912. Livingston also set the career hitting percentage mark at .366. She also ranks among the top blockers, coming in fourth in total blocks with 580. During her four years with the Badgers, the Simi Valley, Calif., native aided the team to four NCAA tournament appearances, including the 2000 NCAA runner-up finish. Wisconsin also won two Big Ten Conference titles during her career.

Livingston was named the 2000 co-Big Ten Player of the Year and the 2000–01 Wisconsin Female Athlete of the Year. She was a threetime All–Big Ten selection and a four-time AVCA all-region selection. Livingston was also named the 1998 Big Ten Freshman of the Year. A nine-time all-tournament selection, Livingston was a member of the U.S. Junior National Team in 1998 and 1999, and was named the best blocker at the 1999 World Junior Championships. Livingston has played professionally for the last nine years and was inducted into the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007.

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