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ISBN:0534358365
Author: Rod Wilde,Marv Dunphy
ISBN13: 978-0534358365
Title: Volleyball Today (Wadsworth's Physical Education Series)
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Language: English
Category: Other Team Sports
Publisher: Cengage Learning; 2 edition (July 19, 1999)
Pages: 240

Volleyball Today (Wadsworth's Physical Education Series) by Rod Wilde,Marv Dunphy



Series: Wadsworth's Physical Education Series. Paperback: 240 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0534358365. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. This is an excellent book. It covers all of the volleyball skills and gives cues for teaching. I've been coached by Coach Marv at the Volleyball Hall of Fame clinic, and he is excellent. His book is the same. The book is a bit dated, as it's before rally scoring and let serves, but that doesn't detract from its relevancy to today's volleyball. It is clear and concise and is easy and fun to read. It offers some excellent drills and insights into the game. It covers mental and physical side as well.

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by Rod Wilde and Marv Dunphy. Select Format: Paperback. It is filled with exercises and tips that will help to enhance your game! Volleyball Today gave me a deeper appreciation of the game and a better understanding of the fundamentals of volleyball. Teen and Young Adult. Literature & Fiction. Mystery & Thriller.

Marv Dunphy, Rod Wilde. Regarded as one of the top texts on the market, VOLLEYBALL TODAY provides comprehensive coverage of the sport's fundamentals and is suitable for players of all levels  . Volleyball Today (Wadsworth Physical Education Series). 0534358365 (ISBN13: 9780534358365).

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Outstanding book for beginning and intermediate volleyball players-written by the gold medal winning Olympic coach Marv Dunphy and NCAA winning coach Rod Wilde. It is illustrated by Olympians. Videos are included to illustrate better than any other book-the game of volleyball. Marv Dunphy Rod Wilde. Total Health Publications. The game was first developed by William G. Morgan, who had completed his degree in physical education at Springfield College (then known as the School for Christian Workers) in 1894. While working at a YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) in Holyoke, Massachusetts, he attempted to get the local businessmen involved in the game of basketball, which had also been developed by a Springfield College man.

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Authors: Marv Dunphy Rod Wilde. Dunphy and Wilde, nationally recognized volleyball coaches, provide expert training tips and advice on essential skills, including passing, bumping, setting, spiking, serving, blocking, transitions, effective strategies, and conditioning routines. And of course, they include the basic rules of volleyball, including official rules from the USVA. VOLLEYBALL TODAY makes it easy for players of all levels to work on their ablilities, whether they're playing indoors, outdoors, or on the beach.

by Dunphy, Marv; Wilde, Rod. Publication date 1991. Publisher St. Paul : West Pub. Co. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive.

Ah, Volleyball Positions – one of the most important aspects of the game for beginners to learn. You’ve seen it, and perhaps even played it, in your physical education classes, or on the beach, or even in a recreational or competitive league representing your community or school at a club or varsity level, but you’re confused about how to play volleyball well with all of its positions, roles, formations and rotations.

Regarded as one of the top texts on the market, VOLLEYBALL TODAY provides comprehensive coverage of the sport's fundamentals and is suitable for players of all levels. Dunphy and Wilde, nationally recognized volleyball coaches, provide expert training tips and advice on essential skills, including passing, bumping, setting, spiking, serving, blocking, transitions, effective strategies, and conditioning routines. And of course, they include the basic rules of volleyball, including official rules from the USVA. VOLLEYBALL TODAY makes it easy for players of all levels to work on their ablilities, whether they're playing indoors, outdoors, or on the beach. Easy-to-follow illustrations of techniques and court movements, along with professional photos of volleyball players in action, allow players to visualize the technique as they read. Helpful checklists let students monitor their progress from the beginner level, to the intermediate level, to the advanced level. All in all, VOLLEYBALL TODAY proves to be a great training and reference text for the casual player or the enthusiast.
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Marv Dunphy's "Volleyball Today"--a review

This is an excellent book. It covers all of the volleyball skills and gives cues for teaching. I've been coached by Coach Marv at the Volleyball Hall of Fame clinic, and he is excellent. His book is the same. The book is a bit dated, as it's before rally scoring and let serves, but that doesn't detract from its relevancy to today's volleyball. It is clear and concise and is easy and fun to read. It offers some excellent drills and insights into the game. It covers mental and physical side as well. It touches on offensive and defensive play, although brief it's well done. The diagrams are well done and easily understood.

I've probably read every current volleyball book on the market, and this is certainly one of the better ones. I coach juniors, youths and lower level high school ball, but I believe it would appeal to coaches of all levels. Its checklist for emphasis and common errors is quite useful. It's a bit pricey at $47, but if you look around you can get it from Amazon for under $20 including S/H.

Bob Hofeldt
Bys
This book is over 12 years out of date. The rules have changed significantly since 1999. While the basic techniques are well covered in the book, it is due for a major update.