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Innovative technical posters launched by FIVB

by WoV
source: fivb.org

Lausanne, Switzerland, March 16, 2012 - The FIVB Technical and Development Department has unveiled a number of new technical posters on the FIVB website as the sport’s governing body continues to find new and exciting ways of teaching the game to prospective players and coaches.

Innovative technical posters launched by FIVB

Innovative technical posters launched by FIVB

The new series of posters will serve as a revolutionary teaching aid, illustrating a host of fundamental volleyball techniques and tactics. They contain multimedia features that allow users to play and instantly highlight the correct movement and approach for each individual skill. 

Furthermore, a new player from video analysis website Kinovea will also enhance the use of the material, with slow motion and freeze frame options available for users.

Each document can also be downloaded or printed directly for further analysis. 

We are constantly looking for new ways to help teach this wonderful game in easy and accessible ways and these new posters are evidence of that,” FIVB executive vice-president Aleksandr Boricic said. “Having used the posters myself I am confident that they will be received well by those in the volleyball community.

We are positive that this fantastic new teaching aid will benefit national federations, coaches, players and instructors alike,FIVB Technical and Development director Helgi Thorsteinsson said. “We must thank the Technical Commission members for their commitment as well as our external partners from Evoletics and Mr Berthold Fröehner for their collaboration in bringing this project to fruition.

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