Winning Volleyball for Girls by Deborah Crisfield
  

Winning Volleyball for Girls

Written by Deborah Crisfield
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Winning Volleyball for Girls by Deborah Crisfield

Now, for the coach and competitive player, comes Winning Volleyball for Girls, a book perfectly tailored to the young female athlete. All of the important strategies, techniques, rules and drills are outlined and clearly illustrated, with specially drawn play diagrams and action photos. Crisfield covers an extensive array of subjects: training, including warm-up exercises and mental conditioning; serving, including the overhead float serve, the jump serve, and the underhand serve; the serve receive, or forearm pass; the set, or two-hand overhead pass; spiking and blocking; strategy for team offense; individual and group defensive play; and strategies for putting a team together. Complete with numerous cross-references, a glossary of key terms, and a thorough index, Winning Volleyball for Girls is the essential guide to a game sure to captivate and motivate young volleyballers, be they novice passers or advanced wipe-off artists.

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Format

Paperback
149 pages

Author

Deborah Crisfield
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Publisher

Facts On File Inc

Publication date

31st December 1996

ISBN

9780816030347


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