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The libero is brought onto the court for two things:
Most digs require contact with the floor in one way or another. It’s imperative that the libero not only be able to get down to the floor to dig balls, but be able to get up quickly as well.
Emily Hiza, former assistant women’s volleyball coach at Colorado State University, talks about five things that make a good libero, including discipline, alertness, attitude, leadership, tenacity and form.
In this short video, the focus is on proper posture, movements to the ball and managing your passing platform to promote good ball control.SHOW MORE
Marco Mencarelli who has coached youth and senior national teams for Italy takes a group of American college graduates through a ball control series that he uses with his teams. Narrated by Tim Kelly from Bring it promotions.
Here is a series of ball control drills done by a professional team in Japan coached by Toshi Yoshida that they do at the start of practice that improves their teams ball control.