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While hitting and blocking represent the power elements of the volleyball game, serve receive and defense are technical skills, which take finesse, coordination a good eye, timing and patience to learn.
Volleyball camps have evolved to the point that they have become position specific or skill specific, so in the last few years we've had the creation of the volleyball libero camp.
To become a better defensive player or libero there are an assortment of volleyball camps that have been created around the country for all levels of players.
Libero-Defense Day Clinic is a one-day clinic offered to those players who are concerned about their defense and back court game. The defensive skills usually covered are forearm passing, serve receive, individual defensive techniques and team defensive systems. Your goal when you attend this type of clinic is to be able to play the back-row successfully, regardless of the regular position you play.
Libero and Tall Girl Defensive Clinic
In California, the defense for tall girls "clinic" is designed to teach players that may have not been given opportunities in the past how to play defense. Since being able to play front row and back row is an invaluable skill in the sport of volleyball and increases your playing time, this type of clinic provides instructions on defensive movement, platform and contact point, as well as different defensive techniques. If you are an athlete that wants to avoid being subbed out before or after her serve so that someone else can play back row for you, you may be interested in this type of camp.
Before I go I wanted to review some tips I've mentioned in previous articles which I hope will help you to choose the right volleyball camp.
One was to choose a camp with a low coach-to-player ratio. Anywhere between a 1:6 (excellent) to 1:12 (average) should give you a good opportunity to touch a lot of balls and to get your questions answered.
Another was to attend a volleyball camp at one or more of the colleges you may be interested in attending in the future so you can get a feel for what it will be like to play at that school.
Another tip I wrote about was to find a camp that offers an experience that you can not recreate at home by yourself. So if a camp promises to give you an opportunity to do a lot of individual drills or volleyball conditioning that you can do at home, find another camp that offers more drlll progressions where you go from simple drills to complex drills with five other people involved or that offers more game-like playing situations, situations that you can't do by yourself at home.
And now you can check out volleyball camps in your state and get Free video instruction from Olympic gold medalists and pro players on how to become a better volleyball libero or defensive player.