Lost Months: Part 4, BBAS/EIV Camp (20-22 Sept 2013)

I try to write a post a month. That went well for about 4 years straight, until July this year. I was busy. Turns out being an amateur volleyball performance analyst is quite time consuming. It’s no excuse, but thought I’d fill in what I’ve been up to….

I was fortunate to be invited by friends to help out at the Bendigo Bank Academy of Sport (BBAS) Volleyball program/Eastern Institute of Volleyball  (EIV) camp, held in Bendigo. The coaches who I worked with at AJVC were head coaches of the respective academies.

The programs have developed several players that have gone on to represent Australia at the  junior or senior level. It was just good to see how they do things and their philosophies. It was also good to see my colleagues in a different setting with players that were less developed than their state teams and needed more specific instruction with technique. Definitely picked up some good cues and teaching techniques.

Toddy using lengths of elastics tied from blocker's hands to defenders to show seams and areas of defensive responsibility (1)

Toddy using lengths of elastics tied from blocker’s hands to defenders to show seams and areas of defensive responsibility (1)

Toddy using lengths of elastics tied from blocker's hands to defenders to show seams and areas of defensive responsibility (2)

Toddy using lengths of elastics tied from blocker’s hands to defenders to show seams and areas of defensive responsibility (2)

Toddy using lengths of elastics tied from blocker's hands to defenders to show seams and areas of defensive responsibility (3)

Toddy using lengths of elastics tied from blocker’s hands to defenders to show seams and areas of defensive responsibility (3)

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