with John Dunning, Head Coach, Head Coach Stanford University, 2004 & 2001 NCAA Champs; former University of Pacific Head Coach, 1985 & 1986 NCAA Champions.
In Part 1 of the video, John Dunning shares the four primary phases of the setting position, the factors of offense, the roles of the setter to the team, and what it takes mentally to be a Champion setter. In Part 2, Coach Dunning is on the court teaching and coaching his demonstrators. Sharing his "single item focus" strategy for learning and improving, Dunning progresses through: Ready Position, including body and specific hand positioning, Body Rhythm, stressing the importance of whole body motion including a 3-step progression for the Jump Set, and concludes with Follow Through instruction. In Part 3, Dunning shares detailed instruction through drill sequences designed for technique and accuracy and includes, jump setting, one-step setting, setting to various zones, tilt setting, back setting, one-hand setting and dumping. A complete manual for becoming the setter looking to become a Champion.
- Become a more complete setter
- Improve your mental skills for better setting
- Get proven technique and position strategies for setters
63 minutes. 2002.