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Coach Your Brains Out, By Gold Medal Squared Coach Your Brains Out, by Gold Medal Squared has been releasing weekly podcasts going on five years now! Founded by professional beach volleyball players John Mayer and Billy Allen, the primary goal is practical, useful education that will help you become a better coach. Our podcasts are released every Thursday afternoon, so set your notifications accordingly!
The Volleyball By Design Podcast The Volleyball By Design podcast gives you simple, actionable, step by step strategies so you can get clarity in your training and apply what you learn right away.
SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter SANDCAST is the leading podcast for beach volleyball and stories in the volleyball world. Hosts Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter take listeners into the world of the AVP, FIVB, NORCECA, and any other professional beach volleyball outlets, digging deep into the lives of the players both on and off the court as well as all of the top influencers in the game.
Get The Pancake: A Podcast For Volleyball Coaches Let's talk volleyball! Topics range from coaching philosophy to interviews with former Olympians. Perfect for your drive to work, volleyball practice, or to binge listen to on the way to a tournament!

If you're a new volleyball coach and you want to learn more about how to coach volleyball, this podcast is sure to keep you entertained! I know that not everyone has a volleyball background, so I keep it as beginner friendly as possible! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/getthepancake/support
The Long Island Volleyball Podcast Talking about anything Long Island Volleyball related.
FiveOne Volleyball A professional indoor volleyball podcast with a focus on the major leagues of Europe and international competition. More content can be found at fiveonevb.com

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Vurbl Got Em' Coach Full Episodes Got ‘Em Coach is a sneakers and basketball show Hosted by Tyrone Smith that focuses on a variety of quality court-related content as well as good sneaker info. It revolves around lifestyle, fashion, basketball banters and everything good about the court life. Basketball means a lot of different things to different persons. For us, it is something special – an art, a dream and a passion. We consider basketball to be a very important part of what we do as a show and consider it as a very powerful channel of expression. Having this shown to share our passion with other basketball lovers is a significant thing and it is why each show is as important as the last. Xcluzive Hype
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Dynasty Football Season 1 Season 1 of our Dynasty Football League. Follow the ups and downs, hot takes, news and interviews from our first season Dynasty Fantasy League Est. 2021
Best from Scuba Shack Radio This Best from Scuba Shack Radio not only gives you some of the more interesting items from my podcast, it will also give you some things I found compelling from the world of scuba diving along with ocean health and conservation. Scuba Shack Radio
Top 21 Sports Podcasts of the Last Year No matter what sport you follow, there is sure to be a show you love on this playlist of the best sports podcasts of 2021. Listen to in-depth analysis of recent games, the latest news surrounding players, and all the general industry discussions every sports fan loves. Vurbl Sports, Iconic Athletes & Unforgettable Championships
Major Professional and College Sports Master Playlist Listen to the some of the biggest name in sports from across the country talking about all the biggest stories from around all the major sports leagues such as the NFL, NHL, NBA, and MLB! Here from such names as Bill Simmons, Colin Cowherd, Rob Mendyka, Pat McAfee, the stars of Busted Open Radio and more! I'm Always Right Sports Podcast
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2022 Sports Podcast Awards Nominees: Best College Sports Podcasts Explore the best college sports podcasts nominated by the Sports Awards Podcast here. Tune in to podcasts like The Jboy Show, ABCA Podcast, The Nolecast, Buckeye Talk, and many more. Vurbl Sports, Iconic Athletes & Unforgettable Championships
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The Bryce Foster Show EP. 219 Bryce Foster from Team Canada Men's Sitting joins the show! Bryce made his debut for the squad while still in high school. He has a Parapan Am Games Bronze Medal from 2019 and hopes to build on that with a program that is on the rise. Hear all about his journey! 
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Episode #31: Motivational Advices of Ali Wood Lamberson for Coaches and Players This is why we coach!!!
High Performance's goal is to find, nurture, and develop exceptional athletes and coaches in order to provide a steady stream of potential Olympians. Coach Ali Wood Lamberson discusses this in order to inspire leaders, athletes, and others who want to rise to greater levels of fulfillment, success, and enjoyment. Take your game to the next level by checking this out!
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Timestamps:

00:10 - Introduction
04:32 - Are You Still In love with Beach Volleyball?
19:38 - How to Handle Relationships Better in Beach Volleyball?
32:06 - Do They Really Strengthen Teams?
43:22 - Most Influential People in Your Career as a Player and a Coach
1:08:22 - Best Choice You've Made in Volleyball Career
1:11:55 - Better at Beach Announcement

Head Coach Mark Burik has been coaching sports for 16 years and has over a decade of playing and coaching experience in volleyball. Burik has been a mainstay on the AVP Tour and also competes regularly on the FIVB World Tour. Recognized as one of the top beach volleyball players in the country, he has numerous championships under his belt and has won the legendary Pottstown Rumble three times. He has been a part of the Gold Medal Squared staff, which promotes a system of teaching designed by national team coaches.
Brandon started playing volleyball in Chester, Virginia when he was 16 years old for his high school volleyball team. As a senior, Brandon was named Virginia State Player of the Year and has been a coach for more than 10 years. He found success in the National Volleyball League as high as third and also took home the “Most Improved” award in 2016.
Ali Wood Lamberson is the new head coach of women’s beach and indoor volleyball. She brings over 30 years of experience as a former collegiate and professional player, educator and NCAA national championship coach. Lamberson was an assistant coach at USC, leading the Trojans to two consecutive national team championships. Additionally, she has competed on the AVP, FIVB, BVA and WPVA pro beach volleyball tours, competing in 178 career tournaments.
Connect with Mark + Brandon:
Mark Burik
FB https://www.facebook.com/markburikbeachvolleyball/
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-burik-693671102/
IG https://www.instagram.com/markburik/
Twitter https://twitter.com/MarkBurik
Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@markburikbeachvolleyball

Brandon Joyner
IG https://www.instagram.com/joy_beachvb/
FB https://www.facebook.com/brandon.david.98229

Ali Wood Lamberson
IG https://www.instagram.com/alijojolambo/?hl=en
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/aliwoodlamberson/
RESOURCES / IMPORTANT LINKS:
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BOOK US FOR A CLINIC! BRING US TO YOUR HOMETOWN! https://www.betteratbeach.com/clinics
Online Coaching? Join Our Program! We'll Watch Your Technique And Fix Your Skills https://www.betteratbeach.com/coaching
36 Essential Drills for Beach Volleyball https://www.betteratbeach.com/freebeachvolleyballdrillbook
Get Some Better at Beach SWAG! https://www.betteratbeach.com/sho
BJ and Steve - The Preseason Camp Experience BJ and I have had camps over the past couple of weeks. We had some interesting challenges and thought we would compare notes on what we learned and maybe what we’d change.
IF GOLD IS OUR DESTINY with Sean Murray 1:26 - A little bit about Sean’s background and how it connects to the story of his recently published book.Find his book on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/If-Gold-Our-Destiny-Mavericks/dp/15381548546:28 - Describing Sean’s father’s profession and how it differs from modern day sports psychology.9:09 - Explaining the backstory of the “Outward Bound experience” as mentioned in Sean’s book.16:19 - Sean’s tips for coaches looking to replicate a similar experience and create a stronger team bond.17:58 - Despite not being friends, how was the men's volleyball team of the 1984 Olympics able to come together and win the gold medal?20:21 - Separating talent and commitment, and why that distinction was important despite the public’s opinions on the organization of the team.23:36 - How do the qualities of Doug’s quote “We weren’t afraid to look foolish” tie into the important skills needed for leadership.27:40 - Besides the two person serve receive format that Sean described, what were other examples of experimentation and exploration that the 1984 team tried out?31:28 - Alongside the players, how did the coaching staff overcome their differences despite struggling to find common ground?34:08 - How were practices structured close to the start of the 1984 Olympics?Coach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
5 Minute Recruiting - How Do We Know What Positions A School Is Recruiting? Great question - simple answer. For more answers to your recruiting questions, make sure to go to PRIVolleyball.com

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Episode 2.03 - Recruiting is a Business (08.03.2022) Co-hosts Mark and Mike utilize this episode of Timeout to shed light on recruiting challenges and successes through the lens of college coaches. They discuss what impacts recruiting decisions, the importance of strong intangibles, and the “filtration” system some college coaches use in the recruiting process. (32min)
IF GOLD IS OUR DESTINY with Sean Murray 1:26 - A little bit about Sean’s background and how it connects to the story of his recently published book.Find his book on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/If-Gold-Our-Destiny-Mavericks/dp/15381548546:28 - Describing Sean’s father’s profession and how it differs from modern day sports psychology.9:09 - Explaining the backstory of the “Outward Bound experience” as mentioned in Sean’s book.16:19 - Sean’s tips for coaches looking to replicate a similar experience and create a stronger team bond.17:58 - Despite not being friends, how was the men's volleyball team of the 1984 Olympics able to come together and win the gold medal?20:21 - Separating talent and commitment, and why that distinction was important despite the public’s opinions on the organization of the team.23:36 - How do the qualities of Doug’s quote “We weren’t afraid to look foolish” tie into the important skills needed for leadership.27:40 - Besides the two person serve receive format that Sean described, what were other examples of experimentation and exploration that the 1984 team tried out?31:28 - Alongside the players, how did the coaching staff overcome their differences despite struggling to find common ground?34:08 - How were practices structured close to the start of the 1984 Olympics?Coach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
EPISODE 43: NU and the National Team with Jen Nierva FIND EVERYTHING WITH OUR LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/globallyballin 👈
For this special episode 43 of Hang Time, our host, Denice Dinsay, welcome our first repeat guest of the show, Jennifer Nierva back to the show. 🏐 The two talk about a variety of different topics including, Jen's time at NU, her experiences on the national team, and a whole lot more, enjoy!

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ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT with Dr. Joe Baker 1:39 - Outlining the benefits and drawbacks of specialization and generalization in sports.4:28 - To prevent the physical and mental “burn out” of a dedicated athlete, is it beneficial to try spending time playing a similar sport to their main one? (e.g. volleyball and tennis, basketball and soccer).6:05 - Even at the college level is there a benefit to practicing a “donor” sport in the offseason?8:43 - While certain physical skills and movements would not be transferable to the main sport from the donor sport, are qualities like mentality and other non-cognitive skills easily transferable?11:06 - Even with the variety of gameplay within sports, would solely playing one sport still be considered specialization?12:52 - How would Joe implement specialization/generalization in a youth club organization?14:43 - Introducing the German system of “Ballschool” and why Joe thinks highly of it.15:37 - How effective is the ballschool system?16:45 - Why Joe thinks that enjoyment, autonomy and intrinsic motivation are the key components of skill acquisition?17:25 - How can coaches inspire qualities like intrinsic motivation?21:10 - Should autonomy be more emphasized in youth athletes or in elite athletes?22:28 - How should autonomy be implemented in an ideal practice setting?23:29 - What should enjoyment look like in elite athletes?25:27 - What should coaches do to raise “enjoyment” in youth sports.27:14 - Key motor learning principles that coaches should implement in their own styles and practices.28:35 - Are there drawbacks to taking an ecological approach to sports?30:36 - Where to reach out to Joe.Twitter : @bakerjyorkuJoe’s book: The Tyranny of Talent.Coach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
5 Minute Recruiting - Any Tips on Highlight Film? Film is a necessary part of the recruiting process. Here is something that you can do WITHOUT when making your highlights. For more info on Highlights, take a look at PRIVolleyball.com

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ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT with Dr. Joe Baker 1:39 - Outlining the benefits and drawbacks of specialization and generalization in sports.4:28 - To prevent the physical and mental “burn out” of a dedicated athlete, is it beneficial to try spending time playing a similar sport to their main one? (e.g. volleyball and tennis, basketball and soccer).6:05 - Even at the college level is there a benefit to practicing a “donor” sport in the offseason?8:43 - While certain physical skills and movements would not be transferable to the main sport from the donor sport, are qualities like mentality and other non-cognitive skills easily transferable?11:06 - Even with the variety of gameplay within sports, would solely playing one sport still be considered specialization?12:52 - How would Joe implement specialization/generalization in a youth club organization?14:43 - Introducing the German system of “Ballschool” and why Joe thinks highly of it.15:37 - How effective is the ballschool system?16:45 - Why Joe thinks that enjoyment, autonomy and intrinsic motivation are the key components of skill acquisition?17:25 - How can coaches inspire qualities like intrinsic motivation?21:10 - Should autonomy be more emphasized in youth athletes or in elite athletes?22:28 - How should autonomy be implemented in an ideal practice setting?23:29 - What should enjoyment look like in elite athletes?25:27 - What should coaches do to raise “enjoyment” in youth sports.27:14 - Key motor learning principles that coaches should implement in their own styles and practices.28:35 - Are there drawbacks to taking an ecological approach to sports?30:36 - Where to reach out to Joe.Twitter : @bakerjyorkuJoe’s book: The Tyranny of Talent.Coach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
The Angie Akers Show EP. 218 Angie Akers has done it all! From a great career in the NCAA with Notre Dame, to pro indoor, she then transferred to the beach where she developed into a top player on the AVP and FIVB World Tour. Angie then started her coaching career with the Netherlands before coaching the "A" Team April and Alix who won Gold in Tokyo. Angie is now an assistant coach with LMU. We hear about her amazing journey and so much more! 
We hope you enjoy this episode. If you've read this far please, please, please leave a comment, a 5 Star review and the best compliment you can give the show is telling your friends about us!
Episode #30: MIKE CAMPBELL PROVIDES EXCELLENT ONE-ON-ONE SESSION IN VOLLEYBALL COACHING How do you stay motivated to work out hard?
Get a coach who is aware of your specific areas of improvement to help you get the most out of your volleyball experience. You can effectively train your players with the help of its strong advice. Check out this to see how Coach Mike Campbell can help you play beach volleyball more effectively!
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Timestamps:

00:59 - Introduction
03:02 - One Piece of Advice to Balance Life and Passion
09:30 - Volleyball Assessment
20:51 - Combinations of Personalities
1:19:31 - Specific Way to Stop a Specific Shot
1:37:19 - Better at Beach Announcement

Head Coach Mark Burik has been coaching sports for 16 years and has over a decade of playing and coaching experience in volleyball. Burik has been a mainstay on the AVP Tour and also competes regularly on the FIVB World Tour. Recognized as one of the top beach volleyball players in the country, he has numerous championships under his belt and has won the legendary Pottstown Rumble three times. He has been a part of the Gold Medal Squared staff, which promotes a system of teaching designed by national team coaches.
Brandon started playing volleyball in Chester, Virginia when he was 16 years old for his high school volleyball team. As a senior, Brandon was named Virginia State Player of the Year and has been a coach for more than 10 years. He found success in the National Volleyball League as high as third and also took home the “Most Improved” award in 2016.
Mike Campbell enters his sixth season as head coach for the Beach Volleyball program at Long Beach State. In 2019, Mike Campbell began his rebuilding year after losing eight starters to graduation from 2018. He coached his team to a 21-11 record, slating in at third in the Big West. He also collected his 100th career victory at the Big West Conference Tournament on April 26 with a 5-0 win against CSU Bakersfield.
Connect with Mark + Brandon:
Mark Burik
FB https://www.facebook.com/markburikbeachvolleyball/
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-burik-693671102/
IG https://www.instagram.com/markburik/
Twitter https://twitter.com/MarkBurik
Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@markburikbeachvolleyball

Brandon Joyner
IG https://www.instagram.com/joy_beachvb/
FB https://www.facebook.com/brandon.david.98229

Mike Campbell
IG https://www.instagram.com/mdcampbell49/
Long Beach State University Beach Volleyball https://longbeachstate.com/sports/womens-beach-volleyball

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TAKE OUR RULES QUIZ https://www.betteratbeach.com/rulesquiz
Check Out Our Library of Courses https://www.betteratbeach.com/store
BOOK US FOR A CLINIC! BRING US TO YOUR HOMETOWN! https://www.betteratbeach.com/clinics
Online Coaching? Join Our Program! We'll Watch Your Technique And Fix Your Skills https://www.betteratbeach.com/coaching
36 Essential Drills for Beach Volleyball https://www.betteratbeach.com/freebeachvolleyballdrillbook
Get Some Better at Beach SWAG! https://www.betteratbeach.com/shop
LEARN TO HANDSET! TAKE OUR AT-HOME COURSE https://www.betteratbeach.com/howtosetav
Offseason Summer Recap Off the Block’s Vinnie Lopes, Jonathan Bates and Brandon Johnson breakdown all the college men’s volleyball news from the first three months of the offseason.

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5 Strategies To Improve Your Players Passing In this episode, I go over some technical elements of passing that should help your players improve if applied. In this episode we talk about:
Passing Box 
Shoulders 
Elbows 
Separation 
Angles 
And a few more elements 

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Sharp Cuts EP. 58 with Tomas Sorra Friend of the Show Tomas Sorra comes back to the show! After listening to our last episode Tomas reached out to correct a few items that Josh and Garrett popped off on. We discuss VNL, Van Open, and everyone's favourite Player and Clown of the Week!  
We hope you enjoyed this episode! Please leave a 5star review and tell your friends! Stay Excellent!
Craig Friedrichsen - Young (10 yo) Players - How to teach them to compete and have fun Coach Craig Friedrichsen joins BJ and me to talk about competition with and among our least experienced players. Craig is coaching a 10’s team this year and we cover a broad range of coaching ideas to help young players grow and have fun. We share ideas and stories of things that work and some that don’t. Maybe we will spark some new thinking for you. Have a listen.
EPISODE 42: Team Rebisco with Kamille Cal & Mhicaela Belen FIND EVERYTHING WITH OUR LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/globallyballin 👈
For this special episode 42 of Hang Time, our host, Denice Disney, welcomes Kamille Cal and Mhicaela Belen to the show. 🏐 The three talk about a variety of different topics including, how both girls got started in volleyball, their time and future at NU, their experience on the national team, and a whole lot more, enjoy!

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WHY ARE WE SO BAD AT TALENT IDENTIFICATION? with Dr. Joe Baker 1:17 - Introducing Joe and explaining how he started becoming heavily invested in the fields of skill acquisition, talent identification, and athlete development.3:22 - Why do coaches and scouts as a whole struggle with talent identification?4:47 - Why is it important for coaches to recognize and acknowledge that because humans lack the ability to map out long term decisions, identifying successful athletes will also be difficult?6:42 - Do most coaches think that either they or others are skilled at talent identification?8:13 - Consequences of making mistakes or poor decisions when picking and choosing which athletes are projected to be successful.11:16 - Are successful athletes successful solely because of inherent qualities like height and body type, or also because they might have been “chosen” to receive development and training at an early point?13:28 - Examples of “soft skills” like aggressiveness or other mentalities that coaches should look out for.16:00 - Given that the ability to identify soft skills is linked to improving talent identification, what can coaches do to improve that ability?19:56 - Should a quality like technique also be highly valued, or do coaches often overvalue what they believe is the “ideal” technique when scouting athletes?21:55 - What Joe has found to be the most common “blind spots” of coaches.24:20 - Where in the world has Joe identified an effective talent identification system, and what are some of its core aspects that makes it so successful?26:16 - Given the limitations of being able to fully watch or analyze potential players when scouting, how should coaches go about effectively picking the most talented athletes?29:02 - When interviewing or talking to a player, how can coaches identify if the player has the soft skills they desire?Coach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
Episode #29: Abra Rummel Words of Wisdom in Volleyball Coaching to Win Championship How do you stay motivated to train hard?
Learn how to make your volleyball experience the most rewarding one by getting a coach who knows exactly what you need to work on. It contains powerful words of wisdom that will help you to coach your players effectively. Check this out as Coach Abra Rummel shares her "WOW" (Words of Wisdom) in volleyball coaching!
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Timestamps:

00:59 - Introduction
07:52 - Success in Studying and Learning the Game
13:56 - Serve-Receive Consistency
23:16 - First 14-Points Serve
32:54 - Mental Process in Offense
56:22 - Learnings in Volleyball Real World
1:09:22 - Better at Beach Announcement

Head Coach Mark Burik has been coaching sports for 16 years and has over a decade of playing and coaching experience in volleyball. Burik has been a mainstay on the AVP Tour and also competes regularly on the FIVB World Tour. Recognized as one of the top beach volleyball players in the country, he has numerous championships under his belt and has won the legendary Pottstown Rumble three times. He has been a part of the Gold Medal Squared staff, which promotes a system of teaching designed by national team coaches.
Brandon started playing volleyball in Chester, Virginia when he was 16 years old for his high school volleyball team. As a senior, Brandon was named Virginia State Player of the Year and has been a coach for more than 10 years. He found success in the National Volleyball League as high as third and also took home the “Most Improved” award in 2016.
Abra Rummel is going into her second year with the Lopes. She was a volunteer assistant last year and comes to GCU with a wide background of playing and coaching. She furthered her career in volleyball after college, participating in professional beach and indoor tours including the AVP, NVL, USAV Beach Tour and the PVL. Her coaching career rounds out with jobs as Head and Assistant Coach with the USAV's High Performance pipeline, highlighted by a position with the Youth National Team training camp.
Connect with Mark + Brandon:
Mark Burik
FB https://www.facebook.com/markburikbeachvolleyball/
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-burik-693671102/
IG https://www.instagram.com/markburik/
Twitter https://twitter.com/MarkBurik
Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@markburikbeachvolleyball

Brandon Joyner
IG https://www.instagram.com/joy_beachvb/
FB https://www.facebook.com/brandon.david.98229

Abra Rummel
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/abra-rummel-4a66a258/
IG https://www.instagram.com/abra.cadabra1/?hl=en

RESOURCES / IMPORTANT LINKS:
TAKE OUR RULES QUIZ https://www.betteratbeach.com/rulesquiz
Check Out Our Library of Courses https://www.betteratbeach.com/store
BOOK US FOR A CLINIC! BRING US TO YOUR HOMETOWN! https://www.betteratbeach.com/clinics
Online Coaching? Join Our Program! We'll Watch Your Technique And Fix Your Skills https://www.betteratbeach.com/coaching
36 Essential Drills for Beach Volleyball https://www.betteratbeach.com/freebeachvolleyballdrillbook
Get Some Better at Beach SWAG! https://www.betteratbeach.com/shop
LEARN TO HANDSET! TAKE OUR AT-HOME COURSE <a href="http
The Gabi Maciagowski Show EP. 217 Gabi Maciagowski hints where she is playing next year, tells us about her journey to pro, Loyola U, being a provincial champion and so much more! 
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Episode 41: Leaving it All On the Court has a New Meaning featuring Zach Upp In this episode, Stephen is back home from GJNC and Clarence is still on the road in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the 2022 USA Volleyball All-Star Championship. They catch up with U.S. Men&apos;s Sitting National Team Opposite, Zach Upp (6:45 - 39:42). They chat about how Zach was introduced to sitting volleyball, being one of the youngest athletes on the team, flying prosthetic arms and much more!
Episode 40: LIVE(ish) from the 2022 USA Volleyball Boys Junior National Championship featuring Kelsey Dolphin, Michael Cuccinello and Julian Frey In this episode, Clarence and Stephen are wrapping up at GJNC in Indianapolis while our very own show producer, Curtis Ward, is LIVE(ish) on the ground in Las Vegas covering the 2022 Boys Junior National Championship. Curtis sits down with USA Volleyball Events Manager and 2022 BJNC Tournament Director Kelsey Dolphin (4:31 - 8:33) to chat about all things BJNC. Then, he sits down with Long Island Fury Club President and Head Coach Michael Cuccinello and Long Island Fury middle Julian Frey (8:44 - 27:56). They chat about their newly formed boys club, making it to nationals their first year as a club, what their path to nationals was like, and so much more!
#10 - A Different Kind Of Beach Volleyball Career Strategy Is there a different way of going about becoming a better beach volleyball player than what most players do?There definitely is, and this episode has in a sense two different missions: The first one is to invite you to see new possibilities in terms of how to gain new skills and become a better player, and the second one is for you to understand the background of the Learn Beach Volleyball Fast project better - so that you and all other beach volleyball players can gain more value from it in the future.Want to ask questions, share something you learned from the episode or discuss something? Go to the Youtube comments section for this episode here: https://youtu.be/8KEi8DnFi7I————————————————————Want to be a part of the “toilet paper funding”-movement? Use one of the following links and then buy something from Amazon within 24 hours, it doesn’t need to be the same product that I have linked to. Please comment in the Youtube comment section linked above (or email me at alex@learnbeachvolleyballfast.com) if you have ideas for making the “toilet paper funding” idea better, or wish this existed for other online stores than Amazon etc!(AFFILIATE DISCLAIMER: If you buy any of the products below or anything else off Amazon.com within 24 hours of clicking one of the links below, this purchase will support the Learn Beach Volleyball Fast project financially, with no additional cost for you. This means it will be easier for me to create even more content in the future, so it's a win-win!)Budget toilet paper: https://amzn.to/3La2dDuBudgeter toilet paper (monster pack): https://amzn.to/37IH4TsLuxury toilet paper: https://amzn.to/3FE6ez6Bamboo toilet paper? https://amzn.to/3l6YGvgWilson OPTX ball: https://amzn.to/3FHkRBxMikasa VLS300 ball: https://amzn.to/3PfQwOVAnnd let’s end with.. orange toilet paper: https://amzn.to/3MewTos————————————————————Actual, normal, paid funding:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/learnbeachvolleyballfastCourses: https://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.com/coursesCoaching: https://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.com/coaching————————————————————Always get the latest updates, best insights and special opportunities before anyone else by signing up to the Learn Beach Volleyball Fast newsletter at: https://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.com/subscribeLink to the Learn Beach Volleyball Fast Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/362021664252243/Also check out:http://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.comhttps://www.instagram.com/learnbeachvolleyballfast/https://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.com/podcast#BeachVolleyballPodcast#ThinkDifferently#LearnSmarterNotSlower#LearnBeachVolleyballFast#BeachVolleyball#SandVolleyball
#11 - 5k Subscribers Ask Me Anything Answers Simply just a session where I answer the questions I got in for the 5000 Youtube subscribers celebration, and a little bit more! Hope you enjoy! Got questions or comments? Go to the Youtube comments section for this episode here: https://youtu.be/AxD3Fw59LrcAlways get the latest updates, best insights and special opportunities before anyone else by signing up to the Learn Beach Volleyball Fast newsletter at: https://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.com/subscribeLink to the Learn Beach Volleyball Fast Facebook community:https://www.facebook.com/groups/362021664252243/Also check out:http://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.comhttps://www.instagram.com/learnbeachvolleyballfast/https://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.com/podcast#BeachVolleyballPodcast#5000SubsCelebration#LearnSmarterNotSlower#LearnBeachVolleyballFast#BeachVolleyball#SandVolleyball
#12 - 2x Olympic Medal Coach Steve Anderson "When you get the chance to listen to a coach who has won this much at such a high level, you better sit down, listen, and take notes" is what my friend said about the fact that I was about to record a podcast with Steve Anderson. Now you have the chance to sit down or take a walk and listen to this very conversation, something you do not want to miss if becoming better at beach volleyball, avoiding mistakes and pitfalls that many fall into, or learning faster is something you are interested in. Hope you enjoy!For any comments or questions regarding the episode, write them in the Youtube-coments section here: https://youtu.be/3GnpFOG98CEPart 2 coming soon!Always get the latest updates, best insights and special opportunities before anyone else by signing up to the Learn Beach Volleyball Fast newsletter at: https://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.com/subscribeLink to the Learn Beach Volleyball Fast Facebook community:https://www.facebook.com/groups/362021664252243/Also check out:http://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.comhttps://www.instagram.com/learnbeachvolleyballfast/https://www.learnbeachvolleyballfast.com/podcast#BeachVolleyballPodcast#LearnSmarterNotSlower#SteveAnderson#MysteriesExplained#LearnBeachVolleyballFast#BeachVolleyball#SandVolleyball
Episode 2.02 - Recruiting Tips for Student-Athletes and Parents (07.20.2022) In this episode of Timeout, co-hosts Mark and Mike discuss essential information for student-athletes and parents of student-athletes that are preparing to navigate the mirky waters of college recruiting. Self-reflection, resources, and parental roles in the recruiting process are just a few topics discuss in this podcast. (33min)
Episode 2.01 - Connecting to a Cause (07.06.2022) New season, new format! Co-Hosts Mark and Mike start the show discussing the significance of programs participating in community service. Then, they talk about how to keep athletes engaged in community service events. Mark and Mike end the episode chatting about the length of time programs may partner with causes or community service events. (31min)
Episode 1.12 - Evaluating Your Program Co-hosts Mark Thomas and Mike Houlihan start the show talking about the importance of evaluating everyone in your program. Then, they discuss potential evaluation timelines in the &quot;Game Film&quot; segment. Mark and Mike end the show providing recommendations on how to evaluate different roles within a program, including yourself in the &quot;Talkin&apos; Shop&quot; segment.
Episode 1.11 - Student of the Game Co-hosts Mark Thomas and Mike Houlihan open the show talking about the best locations to record training and match film in the &quot;Warm-Up&quot; segment. In the &quot;Game Film&quot; and &quot;Talkin&apos; Shop&quot; segments, they discuss what they look for in film by position and common feedback they provide athletes in those positions.
WHY ARE WE SO BAD AT TALENT IDENTIFICATION? with Dr. Joe Baker 1:17 - Introducing Joe and explaining how he started becoming heavily invested in the fields of skill acquisition, talent identification, and athlete development.3:22 - Why do coaches and scouts as a whole struggle with talent identification?4:47 - Why is it important for coaches to recognize and acknowledge that because humans lack the ability to map out long term decisions, identifying successful athletes will also be difficult?6:42 - Do most coaches think that either they or others are skilled at talent identification?8:13 - Consequences of making mistakes or poor decisions when picking and choosing which athletes are projected to be successful.11:16 - Are successful athletes successful solely because of inherent qualities like height and body type, or also because they might have been “chosen” to receive development and training at an early point?13:28 - Examples of “soft skills” like aggressiveness or other mentalities that coaches should look out for.16:00 - Given that the ability to identify soft skills is linked to improving talent identification, what can coaches do to improve that ability?19:56 - Should a quality like technique also be highly valued, or do coaches often overvalue what they believe is the “ideal” technique when scouting athletes?21:55 - What Joe has found to be the most common “blind spots” of coaches.24:20 - Where in the world has Joe identified an effective talent identification system, and what are some of its core aspects that makes it so successful?26:16 - Given the limitations of being able to fully watch or analyze potential players when scouting, how should coaches go about effectively picking the most talented athletes?29:02 - When interviewing or talking to a player, how can coaches identify if the player has the soft skills they desire?Coach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
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For episode 41 of Hang Time, our host, Denice Disney, welcomes Ysay Marasigan to the show. 🦅🏐 The talk about a variety of different topics including, how Ysay got started in volleyball, his time at Ateneo, his experiences on the national team, his preview for the Asian Volleyball Championship, and a whole lot more, enjoy!

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For episode 40 of Hang Time, our host, Denice Disney, welcomes Kim Gequillana to the show. 🦅🏐 These old friends catch upand talk about Kim’s time ar Ateneo, Choco Mucho, and Kim, once Ateneo's "Magic Bunot", looks to what's in store for her career! 👀 Plus, a whole lot more, enjoy!

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Sharp Cuts EP. 58 with Josh & Garrett No guest this week! But the guys get into it over VNL and Beach results. We also hype up the Van Open and talk why Canada doesn't have a domestic tour. 
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Strategies On Running High Value And Effective Camps & Clinics In this episode, I share my top strategies on what to include in running your camp or clinic so you not only have parents and athletes wanting to come back again but that your camp/clinic produces results. I share some methods that I haven't seen many coaches implement but I believe can take your athletes experience so an entirely different level. In this episode we talk about:
Planning 
Metrics 
Video
Email
Organization
Experience 
Results 
And so much more 

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Hannah walks out after fight with coach Episode 2 - Volley Vibes - Hannah walks out after fight with coach -I talk to my good friend Hannah Hyon about how she continued the family volleyball legacy, reminisce about not making volleyball cuts, getting into a fight with her coach, her dream team for open gym, and explore her coaching ambitions.
Japan's World Class Volleyball Community, Absolute Defense, and Travel Volleyball Volley Vibes - Episode 5 -Japan&apos;s World Class Volleyball Community, Absolute Defense, and Travel VolleyballJoin me as I catch up with my good friend Fran Zukowski of the Satam Volleyball Fam.  We talk about volleyball growing up in Japan versus volleyball here in the States, taking Cuyamaca and Cal Poly by storm, and even discuss Fran&apos;s ultimate goal for volleyball.
The Ben Saxton Show (Part 3) EP. 216 Super best friend of the show Ben Saxton joins the show for his 5th appearance. The Olympian and NBVL Commissioner gives us the behind the scenes details on the Calgary event, playing in the Van Open, and so much more!  
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Episode #27: Evan Silberstein - Everything You Need to Know | GET BETTER AT BEACH VOLLEYBALL as a Player and a Coach Break it Down and Show What You've Got!
Technique and skill in any sport will only get you so far. To be at your best as a beach volleyball athlete or coach, it is essential also to enjoy your experience and have fun. That is usually the reason every athlete starts their beach volleyball journey to learn more about everything you need to know to GET BETTER AT BEACH VOLLEYBALL with Coach Mark Burik and Coach Evan Silberstein in today's episode!

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00:56 - Introduction
10:24 - Playing in an Equal Field
27:55 - How to Handle Athletes Leaving On a Team?
41:10 - Emotional and Mental Attribute
44:30 - Increase in Height or Speed & Agility?
01:01:53 - How Would You React to Every Single Touch?
01:19:44 - Parents and Coaches that they're Doing Wrong
01:36:05 - Better At Beach Announcement

Head Coach Mark Burik has been coaching sports for 16 years and has over a decade of playing and coaching experience in volleyball. Burik has been a mainstay on the AVP Tour and also competes regularly on the FIVB World Tour. Recognized as one of the top beach volleyball players in the country, he has numerous championships under his belt and has won the legendary Pottstown Rumble three times. He has been a part of the Gold Medal Squared staff, which promotes a system of teaching designed by national team coaches.
Brandon started playing volleyball in Chester, Virginia when he was 16 years old for his high school volleyball team. As a senior, Brandon was named Virginia State Player of the Year and has been a coach for more than 10 years. He found success in the National Volleyball League as high as third and also took home the “Most Improved” award in 2016.
Evan Silberstein was named the interim head coach of the Rainbow Wahine beach volleyball program in July 2021. He begins his eighth season with the BeachBows, boasts a wealth of knowledge, experience, and passion for beach volleyball. As a player, Silberstein competed on the professional beach circuit, including the AVP, as well as international competitions in Mexico, Canada, Jamaica, Guam, and Saipan. In 2001 he won a gold medal in the 2001 Macabiah Games in Israel. During his tenure, UH has attained the school’s first-ever No. 1 ranking (2015), won three straight Big West titles (2016-18), recorded a school-record 37 wins (2018) and came within one match of playing for the national title in consecutive years (2017, '18).
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Brandon Joyner
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Evan Silberstein
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Episode #28: Head Coach Kristina Hernandez Shares Her Coaching Expertise in Beach Volleyball Dominate the Court this Season!
Bring your volleyball game and get ready to be inspired by Coach Kristina Hernandez as she shares her top beach volleyball power tips and tactics. She teaches her players how to be a competitor, how to win and how to keep it fun. Make your beach volleyball more effective by checking this out!
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11:03 - Game-Changing Rules
40:43 - Strategy In Partnership
51:49 - Serve Location Tactics
1:09:21 - Kristina's Advice for Coaches and Players
1:20:50 - Better at Beach Announcement

Head Coach Mark Burik has been coaching sports for 16 years and has over a decade of playing and coaching experience in volleyball. Burik has been a mainstay on the AVP Tour and also competes regularly on the FIVB World Tour. Recognized as one of the top beach volleyball players in the country, he has numerous championships under his belt and has won the legendary Pottstown Rumble three times. He has been a part of the Gold Medal Squared staff, which promotes a system of teaching designed by national team coaches.
Brandon started playing volleyball in Chester, Virginia when he was 16 years old for his high school volleyball team. As a senior, Brandon was named Virginia State Player of the Year and has been a coach for more than 10 years. He found success in the National Volleyball League as high as third and also took home the “Most Improved” award in 2016.
Hernandez is married to Jonathan Adams and they have a daughter, Paloma, and a son, Sawyer. A five-time ASUN Conference champion, a four-time ASUN Coach of the Year, and the third winningest beach volleyball coach in NCAA history, Kristina Hernandez is in her ninth season as head coach at Stetson University. In 2021, Stetson compiled seven victories against Top 20 opponents and earned the No. 1 seed for the ASUN Championship. Ana Costa and Carly Perales were named ASUN Pair of the Year and won a record four ASUN Pair of the Week awards.
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Brandon Joyner
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Kristina Hernandez
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Book Club CYBO Chapter 4 - Feedback Part 2 1:23 - Thoughts on what the basis of in-game feedback should be (based on what the coaches think their players need vs. based on what the players want).2:04 - Should feedback be given based on past success?3:42 - Defining “guided discovery” and what role it should play when giving feedback.9:41 - Will forcing athletes to describe concepts and techniques in their own words create a better understanding?10:57 - Reflecting on Jamie Morrison’s episode on storytelling, how often does Andrew find himself using stories within practice, and has it been effective?13:14 - Creating intriguing names for drills to make it seem more exciting.15:13 - Balancing the “silliness” of naming drills with the actual competence of a certain drill to keep it fun, but also maintain its credibility.18:04 - Using the components of internal, external and holistic feedback, how would John structure his practices?20:37 - The most effective external feedback drills that coaches can implement into their practices.25:40 - Should coaches change internal ques or keys based on the athlete they approach (e.g. “slow to fast”)?29:31 - Are keys more so a tool for the coach or a solution given to the athlete?30:35 - Major feedback for coaches with regards to communication with their players.36:30 - A little bit about Nils’ new job working as the head coach for Baker University.BooksCoach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
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Book Club CYBO Chapter 4 - Feedback Part 2 1:23 - Thoughts on what the basis of in-game feedback should be (based on what the coaches think their players need vs. based on what the players want).2:04 - Should feedback be given based on past success?3:42 - Defining “guided discovery” and what role it should play when giving feedback.9:41 - Will forcing athletes to describe concepts and techniques in their own words create a better understanding?10:57 - Reflecting on Jamie Morrison’s episode on storytelling, how often does Andrew find himself using stories within practice, and has it been effective?13:14 - Creating intriguing names for drills to make it seem more exciting.15:13 - Balancing the “silliness” of naming drills with the actual competence of a certain drill to keep it fun, but also maintain its credibility.18:04 - Using the components of internal, external and holistic feedback, how would John structure his practices?20:37 - The most effective external feedback drills that coaches can implement into their practices.25:40 - Should coaches change internal ques or keys based on the athlete they approach (e.g. “slow to fast”)?29:31 - Are keys more so a tool for the coach or a solution given to the athlete?30:35 - Major feedback for coaches with regards to communication with their players.36:30 - A little bit about Nils’ new job working as the head coach for Baker University.BooksCoach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
DIRECT COMMUNICATION with Russ Rose 1:24 - Applying “directness” to communication between Russ and his players.2:56 - In Russ’ experience, has being direct with his athletes ever backfired?4:51 - Has there ever been a time where Russ has avoided being direct?7:48 - Does Russ communicate differently with a group of athletes compared to individuals? And how does he adjust?10:05 - What kind of messages should coaches communicate to their athletes when they are successful (e.g. winning streak, defending champions).14:06 - How did Russ address his program’s 109-match winning streak?17:02 - Describing Russ’ approach to the recruiting process.18:13 - When communicating with recruits, how directly involved was Russ?21:37 - How did Russ cultivate the key components/characteristics of his championship teams?23:12 - What statistics does Russ value and why does he value them?27:29 - Russ’ advice for new and aspiring coaches.29:31 - Would Russ want to work with coaches outside of just volleyball?BooksCoach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
Book Club CYBO Chapter 4 - Feedback 1:56 - Introducing today's topic: Feedback (Chapter 4 of the CYBO book).2:08 - What is effective feedback?2:59 - In terms of feedback, does “guiding” imply that the athlete is guided to only one solution? Or is it more flexible?3:36 - How can coaches determine if an athlete is ready to receive feedback?5:45 - Are TV’s and other video playback devices valuable in giving effective feedback?7:04 - Should athletes be intentionally directed to watch video feedback? Or should coaches put less emphasis on it?8:25 - Should coaches direct athletes to certain aspects of technique in video playback?10:22 - In John’s experience, have his players consistently requested feedback?11:17 - In general, have the players that request feedback consistently demonstrated improvement?11:54 - Dealing with athletes who constantly request feedback.15:04 - Should coaches encourage their athletes to give each other feedback, and what does that look like?Specifically in terms of beach volleyball partners.21:05 - Is it valuable to the player to have a fired up and encouraging coach?24:08 - Giving “non-cognitive” affirmations at a constant rate.27:04 - Balancing giving effective informative feedback while also being a lively coach.BooksCoach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
5 Different Volleyball Sessions You Can Run As A Coach I got asked by a coach to differentiate the different types of volleyball sessions because there's a lot and it can be confusing to decide which one you want to run. What is the purpose of each? Which one is better suited for your needs? In today's episode, we dive into the 5 different types of volleyball sessions. These are some topics:
Outline all 5 different type of sessions 
What is the transformation?
Duration 
Strategies to run them
And a few more concepts 

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Are You Coaching The Way You Want? In this episode, I share some things happening to volleyball coaches all around the world. Many coaches are faced with not being able to execute the program they want because of problems that may be out of their control. Topics discussed in this episode are:
Dealing with admin/parents 
Imposter Syndrome 
Assistant Coaches 

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How Title IX Impacted Three Huskers – ITCM-029 Janice Kruger and Nancy Grant-Colson played on the earliest Women’s volleyball teams at Nebraska and helped build the foundation to remarkable consistency. Kruger went on to great success as a head volleyball coach at Nebraska-Omaha and the University of Maryland. Grant-Colson coached high school volleyball in Lincoln throughout her career as an educator. Dahlgren waked on to Nebraska volleyball, introduced the slide attack, and became Nebraska’s first National Player of the Year.
Lyndsey Oates, Head Coach at UNC and Chair of NCAA Volleyball Rules Committee – ITCM-030 Lyndsey Oates is beginning her 18th season as the head coach of the University of Northern Colorado's volleyball team. She has the most experienced team with the greatest depth UNC has ever had. They just returned from a trip to Italy and Greece where she had the opportunity to
evaluate her talented freshman class. Lyndsey also chairs the NCAA Volleyball rules committee. She talks about a possible rule change on a double contact on the second ball.

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Mike Murphy on Small Town Programs Coach Mike Murphy of Prentice High School in Northern Wisconsin joins us to talk about small town programs. We talk about his volleyball history, how he developed his coaching skills and his path to developing a fun and successful program with high levels of player and coach trust. Take a listen…
Sara Lippitt on Coaching how you were coached...not Sara Lippitt of Dig and Swing Podcast and CAP III certified coach, joins us to talk about youth volleyball. We talk about “tough” coaches, coaching younger players versus high school players. What are ways we can help them have fun and stay with the sport? How do we fight the biases of how you were coached? What do we do if players and parents expect what we consider “toxic” coaching? Check it out.
Mark Kirlin on Camp Ideas Mark and BJ spend some time helping me out with ideas for how to set up a camp for 6-12 grades. There are lots of unknowns (staffing, number of kids, court availability). So, we’ll be looking to be flexible and agile. We also discuss developing programs at small schools. Have a listen to three coaches sharing ideas.
The Akash Grewal Show EP. 215 Akash Grewal follows up her Sharp Cuts Episode by joining Passin Dimes! Akash is currently training Team Canada Beach - Summer Next Gen and plays for UBC in USports. She is a Team BC alumni and High School Provincial Champion. We hear about all of this and more. 
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Book Club CYBO Chapter 4 - Feedback 1:56 - Introducing today's topic: Feedback (Chapter 4 of the CYBO book).2:08 - What is effective feedback?2:59 - In terms of feedback, does “guiding” imply that the athlete is guided to only one solution? Or is it more flexible?3:36 - How can coaches determine if an athlete is ready to receive feedback?5:45 - Are TV’s and other video playback devices valuable in giving effective feedback?7:04 - Should athletes be intentionally directed to watch video feedback? Or should coaches put less emphasis on it?8:25 - Should coaches direct athletes to certain aspects of technique in video playback?10:22 - In John’s experience, have his players consistently requested feedback?11:17 - In general, have the players that request feedback consistently demonstrated improvement?11:54 - Dealing with athletes who constantly request feedback.15:04 - Should coaches encourage their athletes to give each other feedback, and what does that look like?Specifically in terms of beach volleyball partners.21:05 - Is it valuable to the player to have a fired up and encouraging coach?24:08 - Giving “non-cognitive” affirmations at a constant rate.27:04 - Balancing giving effective informative feedback while also being a lively coach.BooksCoach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
The Cameron Chadwick Show EP. 214 Team Canada Beach - Summer Next Gen athlete Cam Chadwick joins the show! Cameron is an alumni of the Barrie Elites, Aurora Storm & Team Ontario. Cam has played post secondary for McMaster, Georgian, and will now attend the University of Guelph. We discuss Cam growing up in a volleyball family, changing schools, training with the National Team this summer and so much more! 
We hope you enjoy this episode. If you've read this far please, please, please leave a comment, a 5 Star review and the best compliment you can give the show is telling your friends about us! Happy Canada Day!
How UCLA & USC Switching to BIG10 Effects VOLLEYBALL The Boyz come together to talk about the HUGE NEWS of USC and UCLA joining the Big10! How does this effect Mens Volleyball? How does this effect Woman's Volleyball? How does this effect smaller schools?
Episode #26: Gretchen Hand Interview - Missouri State Beach Volleyball - What College Coaches REALLY Want? Want to be the BEST?
Beach volleyball coaches don't want you to just play volleyball, they want you to play BETTER volleyball. They want to win and have a good time doing it. That is why we are here—to develop winning habits for players of all skill levels. Give us a SHOUT out in today's episode with Coach Mark Burik and Coach Gretchen Hand. Learn how we can help you make your beach volleyball experience the BEST!
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Timestamps:

00:31 - Introduction
03:10 - Gretchen Hand
07:14 - How to Get Better On and Off the Court?
18:15 - Do You Throw Intentional Wrenches?
21:01 - Most Important Mental Attribute

Head Coach Mark Burik has been coaching sports for 16 years and has over a decade of playing and coaching experience in volleyball. Burik has been a mainstay on the AVP Tour and also competes regularly on the FIVB World Tour. Recognized as one of the top beach volleyball players in the country, he has numerous championships under his belt and has won the legendary Pottstown Rumble three times. He has been a part of the Gold Medal Squared staff, which promotes a system of teaching designed by national team coaches.
Brandon started playing volleyball in Chester, Virginia when he was 16 years old for his high school volleyball team. As a senior, Brandon was named Virginia State Player of the Year and has been a coach for more than 10 years. He found success in the National Volleyball League as high as third and also took home the “Most Improved” award in 2016.
Coach Gretchen Hand begins her third year as the Head Women's Volleyball Coach at Webber International University during the 2021 season. She was announced as the Warriors' new head coach in March 2019. Hand transitioned into beach volleyball and moved to Manhattan Beach, California, to pursue her dream of playing professionally worldwide. She had main draw finishes in the AVP, the NVL, Corona Wide Open, the EVP and the FIVB.

Connect with Mark + Brandon:
Mark Burik
FB https://www.facebook.com/markburikbeachvolleyball/
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-burik-693671102/
IG https://www.instagram.com/markburik/
Twitter https://twitter.com/MarkBurik
Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@markburikbeachvolleyball

Brandon Joyner
IG https://www.instagram.com/joy_beachvb/
FB https://www.facebook.com/brandon.david.98229

Gretchen Hand
IG https://www.instagram.com/coachgretchenhand
Missouri State Beach Volleyball https://missouristatebears.com

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TAKE OUR RULES QUIZ https://www.betteratbeach.com/rulesquiz
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Online Coaching? Join Our Program! We'll Watch Your Technique And Fix Your Skills https://www.betteratbeach.com/coaching
36 Essential Drills for Beach Volleyball https://www.betteratbeach.com
Get Some Better at Beach SWAG! https://www.betteratbeach.com/shop
LEARN TO HANDSET! TAKE OUR AT-HOME COURSE https://www.betteratbeach.com/howtosetavolleyball
Want to be a better Defender? Try This Online Course! https://www.betteratbeach.com/ultimatedefender
50+ Beach Volleyball Practice Plans https:/
Episode 151: College Volleyball Weekly, Men’s D1-2 Top 20 - NCAA Finale, 5/9/22 In this mega-episode finale, the CVW Crew takes on the PTI (CRS) format to discuss the happenings of the last 2 weeks in Conference Tournaments and the NCAA D1-2 Championships. Additionally the guys talk about a recurring phenomenon: Top quality Coaches and Assistants leaving the Men's game to pursue more beneficial circumstances of highly touted Women's programs.
Episode 149: College Volleyball Weekly, Beach Top 20 | LSU’s Russell Brock, 4/26/22 In this Special Episode of College Volleyball Weekly, Beach Top-20, Russell Brock, Head Coach of perennial powerhouse LSU jumps on the show to talk about the start of the 2022 season, the development and transformation of his team and how the Sandy Tigers finished-- all while having multiple, talented pieces to work with-- some who which have very  limited beach volleyball experience.
Also, with the CCSA Beach Championships and goal of competing at the NCAA Collegiate Beach Championships in Gulf Shores, AL, we discuss the state of his team, their readiness for it and the mission of the Sandy Tigers!
Episode 152: College Volleyball Weekly, FSU’s Mads Fitzpatrick 6-30-22 In the "Mega Mads" episode of College Volleyball Weekly, Rob has a familiar face on: CVW Beach Top-20's Mads Fitzpatrick of Florida St.
Mads talks about coming back from COVID to compete in 2021 only to have a shortened season due to injury. Mads was on a mission to "make things right" as she entered the 2022 season with one of the hottest winning streaks in the nation! 
Mads then shares about her 2022 NCAA Collegiate Beach Volleyball experience in Gulf Shores. From almost being eliminated in the 1st Round, to the grinding battle with UCLA to advance into the Championships match. 
Mads then shares her thoughts on winning her final match vs. USC in the National Championship match.
Episode 150: College Volleyball Weekly, Beach Top 20, ”Brawl in Bama” 5/3/22 It's time. The best in the nation square off after completion of the Conference Tournaments and the NCAA Selection Show. Charlie Ekstrom of Stanford Beach and Mads Fitzpatrick of Florida St. jump on to our 2nd-to-the-last episode of the season to break down what happened in Week 10 and what COULD happen as teams "Brawl in 'Bama" for the National Championship! Will USC repeat? Will a Cinderella team rise from anonymity?
One thing is for certain-- IT'S GOING TO BE GOOOOOOD!
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DIRECT COMMUNICATION with Russ Rose 1:24 - Applying “directness” to communication between Russ and his players.2:56 - In Russ’ experience, has being direct with his athletes ever backfired?4:51 - Has there ever been a time where Russ has avoided being direct?7:48 - Does Russ communicate differently with a group of athletes compared to individuals? And how does he adjust?10:05 - What kind of messages should coaches communicate to their athletes when they are successful (e.g. winning streak, defending champions).14:06 - How did Russ address his program’s 109-match winning streak?17:02 - Describing Russ’ approach to the recruiting process.18:13 - When communicating with recruits, how directly involved was Russ?21:37 - How did Russ cultivate the key components/characteristics of his championship teams?23:12 - What statistics does Russ value and why does he value them?27:29 - Russ’ advice for new and aspiring coaches.29:31 - Would Russ want to work with coaches outside of just volleyball?BooksCoach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.com Become a Patron to support the show.
Sharp Cuts EP. 57 with Akash Grewal UBC & Team Canada Beach - Summer Next Gen Star Akash Grewal joins the show! Akash brings a positive attitude to the show as we discuss recent results, BC vs Ontario scene, Player and Clown of the week and so much more!
We hope you enjoyed this episode! Please leave a 5star review and tell your friends! Stay Excellent!
Footwork For Pin Players & Libero This is part 2 in the footwork series. In this episode we dive into the footwork for leftside, rightside as well as libero. Topics in this episode include:
Stance: wide vs shoulder width a part
Footwork for passing 
Approaching and manipulating speed 
Footwork off the net 
And a few more key concepts 

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Episode 39: LIVE(ish) from the 2022 USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championship featuring Megan Ward, Joann Dosztal and Katie Brediger In this episode, Clarence and Stephen are LIVE(ish) in Indianapolis for the 2022 Girls Junior National Championship. They sit down with USA Volleyball events manager and 2022 GJNC tournament director Megan Ward (5:10 - 10:59). They chat all about GJNC, including record attendance stats. Then they sit down with club owners, directors and coaches of BossCLE, Joann Dosztal and Katie Brediger (12:18 - 27:17). They chat about starting the club in 2020, lessons and values they teach their girls, making it to nationals and so much more!
Episode #25: How to get better AT HOME with Stafford Slick and Katie Spieler? No sand required!
Learn some effective and fun beach volleyball drills that you can do at home. Here's how to get better AT HOME with these tips and drills!
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Timestamps:

00:45 - Introduction
02:26 - Brandon Joyner
08:04 - Pass, Set, and Hit Drill
11:22 - How to Bump Set with Spin?
14:09 - Stafford Slick
15:53 - Hip Hinge
18:48 - Shoulder Stability
30:04 - Katie Spieler
33:26 - Katie's At-Home Drills
40:51 - Better at Beach Announcements

Head Coach Mark Burik has been coaching sports for 16 years and has over a decade of playing and coaching experience in volleyball. Burik has been a mainstay on the AVP Tour and also competes regularly on the FIVB World Tour. Recognized as one of the top beach volleyball players in the country, he has numerous championships under his belt and has won the legendary Pottstown Rumble three times. He has been a part of the Gold Medal Squared staff, which promotes a system of teaching designed by national team coaches.
Brandon started playing volleyball in Chester, Virginia when he was 16 years old for his high school volleyball team. As a senior, Brandon was named Virginia State Player of the Year and has been a coach for more than 10 years. He found success in the National Volleyball League as high as third and also took home the “Most Improved” award in 2016.
Slick's first-ever AVP main draw came in Hermosa Beach in 2010 when teaming with Olympic Gold Medalist Dain Blanton. In the 2016 season opener in New Orleans, Slick had a partially detached retina in his left eye and ever since has worn protective goggles while playing. In his career Slick has played with six different Olympians (Dain Blanton, Adrian Carambula, Casey Patterson, Todd Rogers, Sean Rosenthal, and Indoor Olympian Reid Priddy).
Katie Spieler holds a career-best 3rd place finish on the AVP with multiple top 10 finishes over her three years on tour. She has won 3 Gold Medals and 2 Silver Medals internationally, with her most recent win as the 2019 World Champion for Beach Volleyball 4 x 4. In 2016, Katie co-founded a youth and adult beach volleyball club in her hometown of Santa Barbara, called East Beach Volleyball Academy. Besides being a volley enthusiast, Katie is a beekeeper (hence her nickname “Honeybee”).

Connect with Mark + Brandon:
Mark Burik
FB https://www.facebook.com/markburikbeachvolleyball/
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-burik-693671102/
IG https://www.instagram.com/markburik/
Twitter https://twitter.com/MarkBurik
Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@markburikbeachvolleyball

Brandon Joyner
IG https://www.instagram.com/joy_beachvb/
FB https://www.facebook.com/brandon.david.98229

Stafford Slick
IG https://www.instagram.com/staffordslick
FB https://www.facebook.com/StaffordSlickProBeachVolleyball
Twitter https://twitter.com/staffordslick
Club https://www.eastbeachvolleyballacademy.com

Katie Spieler
IG https://www.instagram.com/katiespieler
FB https://www.facebook.com/katie.spieler

VIDEO ANALYSIS LINKS
Beach Volleyball | Quarantine Exercises to Keep You Strong with AVP Pro Stafford Slick <a href="https://www.youtu
WHY The Volleyball Has The SOFTEST Community In Sports The Volleyball Community has gotta be the softest out of all sports. Other sports thrive on drama while the volleyball community keeps it on the down low. People loooovveeee drama but for some reason there just isn't that much public drama in volleyball... oh yeah and our bags smell like fish gnussy.
The Nolan Langley Show EP. 213 OUA Bronze Medalist, All Rookie Team and 2nd Team All Star and Windsor Lancers Alumni, Nolan Langley joins the show!
Before becoming a Lancer Nolan played for Storm where he is a multiple OVA Provincial and VC National silver medalist in club. Nolan has a high volleyball IQ and great tips for any undersized player. We hear about all of this and more. 
We hope you enjoy this episode. If you've read this far please, please, please leave a comment, a 5 Star review and the best compliment you can give the show is telling your friends about us!
DEVELOPING COMPETITORS with Russ Rose 1:06 - Introducing Russ, and his legacy as former head coach of the Penn State women's volleyball program.1:27 - What Russ will miss the most about coaching volleyball at Penn State.5:33 - Russ’ thoughts on if the strong desire to win can be a developed quality, or if it has to already exist in potential recruits.7:05 - What can coaches do to develop competitiveness in their players?9:13 - How can volleyball players and coaches find and develop a balance of being competitive, but also enjoying the sport?10:44 - Differentiating the players that say they want to win and the players that show they want to win.What does that look like?14:55 - Even if he knows he is going to win a match, does Russ still prepare in the same way?16:40 - What kind of practice environment has Russ cultivated, and what made practices successful in his eyes?20:32 - What does Russ mean when he wants his players to “go hard” in practices.24:39 - In challenging scenarios, does Russ believe in actively guiding his players, or letting them figure out a solution?26:14 - In a team with a smaller roster, how would Russ address a lack of effort among the players, or individuals?29:02 - Did Russ adjust his practices based on the physical or mental state of his players?34:21 - Is there anything Russ changed in his coaching strategy across his entire career that made a significant difference?35:51 - Russ’ travel story about a trip to Washington, and how it reflects his coaching strategy.Coach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.comBecome a Patron to support the show.
Confusing Rules in Volleyball In this episode I'm gonna talk about the rules that might be a bit confusing for those who are just starting to watch or play volleyball, so it might be helpful for U11 and U12 parents and players.
DEVELOPING COMPETITORS with Russ Rose 1:06 - Introducing Russ, and his legacy as former head coach of the Penn State women's volleyball program.1:27 - What Russ will miss the most about coaching volleyball at Penn State.5:33 - Russ’ thoughts on if the strong desire to win can be a developed quality, or if it has to already exist in potential recruits.7:05 - What can coaches do to develop competitiveness in their players?9:13 - How can volleyball players and coaches find and develop a balance of being competitive, but also enjoying the sport?10:44 - Differentiating the players that say they want to win and the players that show they want to win.What does that look like?14:55 - Even if he knows he is going to win a match, does Russ still prepare in the same way?16:40 - What kind of practice environment has Russ cultivated, and what made practices successful in his eyes?20:32 - What does Russ mean when he wants his players to “go hard” in practices.24:39 - In challenging scenarios, does Russ believe in actively guiding his players, or letting them figure out a solution?26:14 - In a team with a smaller roster, how would Russ address a lack of effort among the players, or individuals?29:02 - Did Russ adjust his practices based on the physical or mental state of his players?34:21 - Is there anything Russ changed in his coaching strategy across his entire career that made a significant difference?35:51 - Russ’ travel story about a trip to Washington, and how it reflects his coaching strategy.Coach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionContact us for bulk orders: coachyourbrainsout@gmail.comBecome a Patron to support the show.
Footwork For Setters, Middle Blockers & Pin Blockers In this episode, we talk about the different types of footwork for 3 positions: Middles, Setters and Pin Blockers. There are many different types of footwork for each position and for various situations, so it's important to have them in your players toolboxes so you can use them when needed. Topics discussed in this episode include: 
Starting Position 
One foot and 2 foot for setters 
Pivoting 
Shuffle 
3 step cross over 
2 step cross over 
And much more 

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS - Motor Learning For Coaches 1:30 - Based on what Andy has seen so far, what are his expectations for the Pirates this season?2:41 - Will Andy travel with the players this year, or continue working with the coaches on the mental side?3:18 -  What are environmental constraints, and how can they be used?6:56 - Explaining the differences between “task” and “environment”11:43 - Using the example of a high net vs. a low net to explain these ideas.16:49 - In baseball practices, are environmental constraints used purposefully?18:14 - What environmental constraints can be observed indoors?22:46 - Should athletes (particularly college athletes) practice at the same time that their games would usually take place at?26:33 - Other factors besides the task, the organism, and the environment with respect to environmental constraints.28:57 - Is it important for coaches to know and recognize the differences in the aspects that they are constraining?Coach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionBecome a Patron to support the show.
The Madison Chimienti Show EP. 212 OUA Champion, All Rookie Team and 2nd Team All Star Madison Chimienti of the Brock Badgers joins the show! Before attending Brock Maddy played for Leaside and Storm where she is an OVA Provincial and VC National Champion in club. We hear about all of this and more. 
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Episode 37: College Recruiting featuring Sue Webber In this episode, Clarence and Stephen are back together! After catching up on Opens and WVNL they sit down with Next College Student Athlete&apos;s Event Partnership Director, Sue Webber (10:31 - 46:02) to discuss all things college recruiting. They chat about what NCSA can do for you as an athlete, the importance of having an online presence, tips on writing an intro letter to coaches and so much more!
Episode 38: Finding Your Niche in Division III Volleyball featuring Kim Donaldson In this episode, Clarence and Stephen continue the collegiate volleyball talks! They sit down with former Colby College middle blocker and discus thrower, Kim Donaldson (6:12 - 49:17). They discuss Kim&apos;s vast athletic career from playing collegiate volleyball and making her own path to play in college, dominating the competition as a collegiate discus thrower in track and field, trying out for the U.S. Women&apos;s Bobsled Team, interning at USA Volleyball, getting inducted into her high school&apos;s hall of fame and much, much more!
Episode #24: AVP Player Shares Beach Volleyball Mistakes: "9 Things I THOUGHT I Was Doing Right But Wasn't" Little things, BIG life lessons!
You know beach volleyball can be an intense game. There will be times you feel like you're doing everything right and things just aren't working out. Know what you're doing right and what you should be doing differently to win more games with Coach Mark Burik in today's episode. Get inspired and check this out!
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Timestamps:

00:20 - Introduction
03:22 - Speed of Your Shots
06:47 - Looking Too Long
10:00 - Going In with an Open Mind
18:46 - Stomp Approach
22:17 - Serving Tough
27:00 - Fours Running
30:47 - Practicing Too Much Training
33:33 - Putting Pressure on my Partners
37:14 - Bracing While Lifting
41:02 - Better at Beach Announcements

Head Coach Mark Burik has been coaching sports for 16 years and has over a decade of playing and coaching experience in volleyball. Burik has been a mainstay on the AVP Tour and also competes regularly on the FIVB World Tour. Recognized as one of the top beach volleyball players in the country, he has numerous championships under his belt and has won the legendary Pottstown Rumble three times. He has been a part of the Gold Medal Squared staff, which promotes a system of teaching designed by national team coaches.
Brandon started playing volleyball in Chester, Virginia when he was 16 years old for his high school volleyball team. As a senior, Brandon was named Virginia State Player of the Year and has been a coach for more than 10 years. He found success in the National Volleyball League as high as third and also took home the “Most Improved” award in 2016.
Connect with Mark + Brandon:
Mark Burik
FB https://www.facebook.com/markburikbeachvolleyball/
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-burik-693671102/
IG https://www.instagram.com/markburik/
Twitter https://twitter.com/MarkBurik
Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@markburikbeachvolleyball

Brandon Joyner
IG https://www.instagram.com/joy_beachvb/
FB https://www.facebook.com/brandon.david.98229

RESOURCES / IMPORTANT LINKS:
TAKE OUR RULES QUIZ https://www.betteratbeach.com/rulesquiz
Check Out Our Library of Courses https://www.betteratbeach.com/store
BOOK US FOR A CLINIC! BRING US TO YOUR HOMETOWN! https://www.betteratbeach.com/clinics
Online Coaching? Join Our Program! We'll Watch Your Technique And Fix Your Skills https://www.betteratbeach.com/coaching
36 Essential Drills for Beach Volleyball https://www.betteratbeach.com
Get Some Better at Beach SWAG! https://www.betteratbeach.com/shop
LEARN TO HANDSET! TAKE OUR AT-HOME COURSE https://www.betteratbeach.com/howtosetavolleyball
Want to be a better Defender? Try This Online Course! https://www.betteratbeach.com/ultimatedefender
50+ Beach Volleyball Practice Plans https://www.betteratbeach.com/practiceplans
60 Day At-Home Max Vertical Jump Training Program https://www.betteratbeach.com/60DayMaxVerticalJump
Better At Beach Volleyball Free Information https://www.betteratbeach.com/blog
You MUST Answer These Questions Before You Play With Your Partner https://www.betteratbeach.com/partn
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS - Motor Learning For Coaches 1:30 - Based on what Andy has seen so far, what are his expectations for the Pirates this season?2:41 - Will Andy travel with the players this year, or continue working with the coaches on the mental side?3:18 -  What are environmental constraints, and how can they be used?6:56 - Explaining the differences between “task” and “environment”11:43 - Using the example of a high net vs. a low net to explain these ideas.16:49 - In baseball practices, are environmental constraints used purposefully?18:14 - What environmental constraints can be observed indoors?22:46 - Should athletes (particularly college athletes) practice at the same time that their games would usually take place at?26:33 - Other factors besides the task, the organism, and the environment with respect to environmental constraints.28:57 - Is it important for coaches to know and recognize the differences in the aspects that they are constraining?Coach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionBecome a Patron to support the show.
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Are You Coaching From A Players Mindset? In this episode, we dive into a common problem where coaches are coaching from a player mindset and it could be hurting their teams growth and development as well as their own. We discuss topics such as: 
Different types of athletes 
Coaches Participation in drills/scrimmages 
Seasonal/Practice Planning 
Systems 
Experience 
And so much more 

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Sharp Cuts EP. 56 with Pierce Johnson & Nolan Langley Round 2 They're back! Windsor Lancer Alumni Pierce and Nolan join the show to talk beach results, VNL, what the best kind of volleyball is to watch, Player and Clown of the Week and so much more! 
We hope you enjoyed this episode! Please leave a 5star review and tell your friends! Stay Excellent!
Sue Gozansky on “Lifelong Learning” Sue Gozansky, author of the Volleyball Coach’s Survival Guide and USAV Cadre Member joins us to talk about learning as coaches in our coaching journey. Sue talks about her coaching history, her latest coaching work, being an assistant after being a head coach for 40 years or so and other fun topics. Check it out!
PRE-MORTEM with John Crawley 1:04 - What are pre-mortems and post-mortems and where did they come from?Note: this idea is also referenced by Angie Akers in this previous CYBO episode: https://www.blog.goldmedalsquared.com/podcast/episode/3c92044d/preparing-for-the-olympics-with-angie-akers4:05 - John’s thoughts on what the most important principles coaches should understand or learn before implementing pre-mortem exercises.9:38 - Given the maturity needed to properly execute pre-mortem exercises, at what age group can be considered the starting point or cutoff at which these exercises can begin to be implemented?13:50 - How can coaches tell when players have developed a strong relationship with their teammates and reached a point of maturity where pre-mortem exercises can be implemented?16:40 - Should pre-mortems be changed or implemented in a different way based on the skill or success of teams?19:14 - How to encourage players to open up to coaches and their teammates and communicate their feelings and thoughts freely.25:54 - How to determine which idea should be prioritized among the others29:03 - Have there been common themes that emerge when implementing pre-mortem exercises across different sports?33:22 - After identifying the initial issue or focus, what is the next step to be taken?Using the A-Team and the problem of humidity when competing as the example39:30 - What kind of changes did John Mayer’s implementation of pre-mortem exercises make by the end of the season?43:18 - John’s book recommendations for coaches.BooksCoach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionBecome a Patron to support the show.
HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS with John Crawley - Part 2 1:09 - Segwaying into this second part, John dives into the second scenario, and explains how it contrasts the scenario with the Cleveland Cavaliers.Showcasing autonomy within the team huddle2:43 - John’s thoughts on what the coach’s role should be in terms of creating team support and raising morale.4:24 - Benefits of giving the players/team more autonomy in situations like the Cavaliers and Warriors scenarios.“Players play the game”8:16 - Based on Steve Kerr’s method of supporting the Warriors, how would he have reacted if he was coaching the Cavaliers during their mishap with the J.R. Smith situation?11:20 - Analyzing a scenario that took place during a timeout from the U.S. women's national water polo team at the London 2012 Olympics.Context: U.S. were winning in the very last seconds of the game in a game against Australia14:18 - What was running through Adam’s head during the end of the water polo game?17:06 - How were Adam and the team able to effectively respond?Past mistakes allowed for the opportunity to grow and respond more effectively in similar situations that they were not able to overcome in the past21:01 - Recurring themes or qualities of coaches that are able to effectively overcome adversity in close matches.Importance of being more personal and connected with your players26:44 - How to effectively control or manage situations where players are slacking off, and how to set high expectations without yelling or freaking out.What kind of language should be used?Read Billy's new book! The Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionGet CYBO the book! https://www.amazon.com/dp/1098630904Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/coachyourbrainsout
VISUAL OCCLUSION - Motor Learning for Coaches 1:11 - Exciting news for Kasey.1:56 - Trying to keep ecological dynamics as a part of Kasey’s coaching style.Guiding set of principles3:45 - Introduction to visual occlusion.Anticipating faster7:51 - Explaining Gaze behavior and how visual occlusion is used to help develop it. Active v. passive gazeIntercepting objects10:08 - Why should athletes take time away from studying and visualizing patterns of movements?11:32 - Finding better information by occluding everything else besides a specific habit or skill.Can also occlude one specific thing, and leave the rest available to be focused on.12:47 - In the scope of baseball, how can coaches implement occlusion training to develop faster reactions.14:56 - Explaining the infrared beam, and how Andy uses it.16:14 - Implementing occlusion training with a low budget.Techniques that Kasey has found to be effective.Strobe goggles..22:04 - John’s application of the strobe goggles in practicing serve receive and defense.Kasey’s clarification for the listeners.28:16 - Specifying the benefit of using occlusion training to give athletes up to date informationRead Billy's new book! The Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionGet CYBO the book! https://www.amazon.com/dp/1098630904Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/coachyourbrainsout
SUPER BOWL CULTURE with Dr. Beau Daniels 1:25 - Describing Beau’s experience winning the Super Bowl as a chiropractor for the Los Angeles Rams.2:53 - Recalling how Beau started working with the Rams. 5:02 - Describing Beau’s “three week tryout” period with the Rams.6:36 - Beau’s perspective and observations about the Rams’ culture that helps them be successful. “We not me” culture9:36 - Examples of the “we not me” culture implemented in the Rams.11:00 - How does the Rams’ coaching stand out from the rest? What is done to make it be considered “elite”?12:49 - What both volleyball coaches and players can learn from the structure and training of football.15:19 - After working with the Rams for the last six years, how would Beau restructure practices or his coaching style if he were to return to coaching volleyball?18:01 - On the flip side, what can football coaches and players learn/take away from volleyball?20:33 - From Beau’s experience and perspective being coached by Marv Dunphy at Pepperdine, what makes his coaching style so effective?22:43 - Describing Beau’s memorable takeaways and stories from when Marv was coaching him.26:14 - Does Beau think Marv would be successful coaching a football program regardless of his knowledge of the sport?Read Billy's new book! The Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionGet CYBO the book! Support the show
RECOVERY with Dr. Beau Daniels 1:14 - The most important recovery principles that coaches should understand.Building blocks of recovery3:36 - Why sleep is so important in the recovery process.7:56 - Given a 10 minute daily period spent focused on recovery, what are the most important principles that athletes should prioritize.Geared individually - the most effective recovery methods are different for each person11:43 - Beau’s recommendations for recovery tools.14:39 - Beau’s issues with most “healers” and “gurus” in the sports world.Dependent on the situation and their intentions16:46 - Should coaches push athletes to work hard when they are still sore from previous workouts and practices?18:05 - Beau’s thoughts on training specific to volleyball.19:33 - The most effective methods by which coaches can keep their athletes “injury free”.21:13 - Should strength training be specific to the sport?23:49 - How did Beau get where he is now?25:12 - How coaches should best support athletes with a fear of failure.27:12 - Beau’s takeaways from his experience losing to Hawaii in the NCAA national championship game.Read Billy's new book! The Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionGet CYBO the book! Support the show
HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS with John Crawley - Part 1 1:30 - John’s role in the Olympic process, and which teams he is currently working with.3:27 - Common themes or occurrences John has noticed within high level teams that he has worked with.8:24 - How and why do these themes occur in these scenarios?“Beginning with the end in mind” - determining the purpose of and goals of the team10:46 - Diving into specific scenarios, particularly one from when LeBron James was playing in the 2018 NBA Playoffs with the Cleveland Cavaliers.Specifically analyzing the body language and communication between the team.16:39 - John’s beliefs and thoughts on what part of the Cavaliers’ situation was the most detrimental to their play. 18:04 - John’s thoughts on what a much more effective response to the situation would look like.19:50 - Regardless of the consequences of destroying the morale of the team, is it still reasonable that LeBron was recognizably upset at J.R. Smith?22:50 - Addressing the need for someone to step up and raise the morale.Books:The Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionGet CYBO the book!Support the show
THE MENTAL GAME with Lauren Ammon - Part 2 1:58 - Convincing younger athletes to be open to taking the longer, but more self-fulfilling route of discovery Lauren described in the last episode.4:43 - Why is impostor syndrome so common in even successful athletes?Explaining it in the context of athleticsPossibly American athletic culture contributing to it?7:32 - What does Lauren mean by “examining the value of your work” and why is it important for athletes?Performance = connection and ease10:24 - How coaches can effectively guide a player who struggles with bringing their success in practice to real competition.13:45 - Lauren’s guide to opening questions for athletes - finding the best way to communicate.16:49 - Rephrasing “anxiety”.18:15 - Techniques coaches can use to help improve their players’ mental game.22:34 - Lauren’s one biggest takeaway from her career that she would want to tell herself in the past.Read Billy's new book! The Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionGet CYBO the book! Support the show
The Eli Risso Show EP. 211 All Star Libero Eli Risso joins the show! Eli is currently with the Canadian National Team after finishing another strong year with UBCO. The Okanagan lib has set the CIS/USports record for digs in a match and in a season. It's not unusual for him to reach over 15 digs per match with his personal best being 27 digs in one match! Hear about his training with Team Canada and impressive journey! 
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How We Got BETTER at Grass Volleyball The Boyz decide to do shoot the podcast in the OOS KABOOS BABYY!!! We're freaking mobile and couldn't help but shoot an episode in the car. We dissect our first ever OOS x Bad Boys Volleyball hosted tournament "The Orange County Crown". What were our favorite parts? How did we get better as a team? What can we get better at?
Episode # 23: Billy Allen - Volleyball Player, Author... Comedian? It's hilarious!!!
Get your laughs and get in shape at the same time...it's never been easier. JOIN US with Billy Allen and Coach Mark Burik in today's episode. Learn how to be a star both on and off the sand!
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00:11:22 - Consistent Attribute to Learn Your Game Better
00:19:45 - Defender's Physical and Mental Attribute
00:45:10 - Transition Offense

Head Coach Mark Burik has been coaching sports for 16 years and has over a decade of playing and coaching experience in volleyball. Burik has been a mainstay on the AVP Tour and also competes regularly on the FIVB World Tour. Recognized as one of the top beach volleyball players in the country, he has numerous championships under his belt and has won the legendary Pottstown Rumble three times. He has been a part of the Gold Medal Squared staff, which promotes a system of teaching designed by national team coaches.
Brandon started playing volleyball in Chester, Virginia when he was 16 years old for his high school volleyball team. As a senior, Brandon was named Virginia State Player of the Year and has been a coach for more than 10 years. He found success in the National Volleyball League as high as third and also took home the “Most Improved” award in 2016.
Billy Allen grew up playing on the beach in Oceanside, California with his family. He played indoor volleyball at Cal State Northridge and qualified for his first AVP tournament during his senior year with teammate Ty Tramblie. He won back to back AVP Finals in Seattle, the first in 2016 with Theo Brunner and the second in 2017 in Stafford Slick. Billy is married to AVP player Janelle Allen and father to the enormous Ketch Allen. Off the court, Billy stays busy with his podcast Coach Your Brains Out and writing books. He’s published two books, Coach Your Brains Out and Good Blood.
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Brandon Joyner
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Billy Allen
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PRE-MORTEM with John Crawley 1:04 - What are pre-mortems and post-mortems and where did they come from?Note: this idea is also referenced by Angie Akers in this previous CYBO episode: https://www.blog.goldmedalsquared.com/podcast/episode/3c92044d/preparing-for-the-olympics-with-angie-akers4:05 - John’s thoughts on what the most important principles coaches should understand or learn before implementing pre-mortem exercises.9:38 - Given the maturity needed to properly execute pre-mortem exercises, at what age group can be considered the starting point or cutoff at which these exercises can begin to be implemented?13:50 - How can coaches tell when players have developed a strong relationship with their teammates and reached a point of maturity where pre-mortem exercises can be implemented?16:40 - Should pre-mortems be changed or implemented in a different way based on the skill or success of teams?19:14 - How to encourage players to open up to coaches and their teammates and communicate their feelings and thoughts freely.25:54 - How to determine which idea should be prioritized among the others29:03 - Have there been common themes that emerge when implementing pre-mortem exercises across different sports?33:22 - After identifying the initial issue or focus, what is the next step to be taken?Using the A-Team and the problem of humidity when competing as the example39:30 - What kind of changes did John Mayer’s implementation of pre-mortem exercises make by the end of the season?43:18 - John’s book recommendations for coaches.BooksCoach Your Brains Out: The Art and Science of Coaching VolleyballThe Inner Knight: Train and Compete Like a ChampionBecome a Patron to support the show.
5 Minute Recruiting - Can You Earn A Scholarship? For more insight on having the scholarship question or any other recruiting topics, visit PRIVolleyball.com

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5 Minute Recruiting - How Do We Know a School Is Interested? It can be hard to sift through all the camp invites and emails sometimes. There are a few things that we can point to in regards to HOW interested a school is, even for those athletes prior to June 15th. Post June 15th it can be a little easier to figure it out. This is a complex topic, so I hit as many things as I could in 6 minutes :) Please feel free to reach out or check out PRIVolleyball.com blog page for more info.

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Episode #51 - Why All The Camps Are At The Same Time It probably was just coincidence before, but new NCAA rules on camp have made attending camps even harder.

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5 Minute Recruiting - When Should We Start? Great question!! It's never too early and it's never too late...

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5 Minute Recruiting - What Is A Quiet Period? May is a D1 quiet period. It's important to talk a little bit about what these terms mean and how they impact you.
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5 Strategies On Analyzing Film Of Your Own Team In this episode, I share 5 strategies on how to effectively analyze film of you own team. It's not only important to look at your opponents game play but also your own. Analyzing film is a skill and it will help your athletes develop faster and be aware of their weaknesses. In this episode we talk about: 
Rotation
Block-Defense 
Court Awareness 
Setter play 
Offense 
Game Breakdown 
And a few other items 

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