JOHN KESSEL WISDOM- MY TOP 166 DRILLS FROM AROUND THE WORLD. Posted on February 10, 2016 by volleyballgc. “The Game teaches the Game” – John Kessel My Top 166 Volleyball Drills from Around the World– John Kessel, USA Volleyball Director of Sport Development EVERY coach asks for new drills tomake their kids better, searching the web, attending clinics, reading drill books.
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My Top 166 Volleyball Drills from Around the World - John Kessel, USA Volleyball Director of Sport Development EVERY coach asks for new drills to make their kids better, searching the web, attending clinics, reading drill books. After decades of coaching, creating and collecting, here is a list of the top 166 drills.
and John Kessel’s 166 Volleyball Drills. Growing the Game. John Kessel’s Growing the Game blog is one of the greatest tools for new and veteran coaches. You can ...
Kessel: Volleyball Should Be a Game Before a Sport. The USOC's American Development Model Summit focused on the 97 percent of kids playing sport who won't make a college team. John Kessel shares some of the lessons he learned from the conference. Posters, presentations and more . Kessel Classic: Standing in Line
John Kessel, director of player development for USA Volleyball, refers to what he calls “grills” to emphasize that drills need to be game like in nature. Developing game like/competitive drills involves trying to isolate, or place emphasis on, a particular aspect of the sport by playing a game.
John Kessel, director of player development for USA Volleyball, refers to what he calls “grills” to emphasize that drills need to be game-like in nature. Developing game-like, competitive drills involves putting emphasis on a specific aspect of the sport by playing a game. This can be done by manipulating one or more of the following variables:
Gold Medal Volleyball. Two-Person Passing Drill. Purpose: Drill allows a great number of contacts in a short period of time to improve ball control. Goal: Completion of the drill can be based on time or a speciﬁc number of contacts. Personnel: Two players. Equipment: One ball. Description: Players should be separated by 15 to 20 feet
JOHN L. KESSEL Since 1985 John has been working for the National Governing Body of the sport, USA Volleyball (USAV), now as Director of Sport Development. He serves as the staff liaison for Disabled Programs, USA Deaflympic Teams, Starlings USA, National Parks and Recreation
John Kessel developed and posted what he’s calling his “10 New Commandments of Volleyball”. It’s actually commandments for coaching, not something more broad in terms of the overall sport or anything like that, despite the inclusive title.