Better Practice Planning with Technology

What is the training goal today? How hard are we going to practice? Do our players need to taper before our match this weekend? Are our players taking too many jumps this week or are they not taking enough jumps?

These days, thanks to the copious amounts of technological options available, you can find answers to those questions. The sport of volleyball is being taught at a very high level across the country, and these tech tools can make practice and training feedback more readily accessible and can help foster a great teaching and learning environment. Each program has different needs and resources, and here are some data points and metrics we use at Texas Tech to help us design training plans and set practice goals throughout the season.

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