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Inside the book:
– 21 go-to drills
– Practice plans for your freshman, JV and varsity teams
– Chapters covering potential, errors, skills and more
– Personal anecdotes from a veteran high school coach
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About the Author:
Tod Mattox has been coaching volleyball in San Diego since 1982, working extensively with high school and club girls’ programs. In addition, he has coached boys’ high school, AVP women and a bit of men’s college. Tod recently retired from his “real job” – teaching English at The Bishop’s and recently completed his 25th year heading the girls’ varsity team. Until 2019, Tod was the owner/director/head coach of a small local volleyball club that served inexperienced 12- and 14-unders. After selling the club, he began his current work in coaches’ education with The Art of Coaching Volleyball and Coast Volleyball Club. Tod is a current board member and long-time supporter of Starlings Volleyball, US, a non-profit that serves at-risk girls.
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Eric Brewer (verified owner) –
I read this book last summer, right before my first JV Girls season. I’ve found Tod’s no-nonsense approach to resonate with me. I would rather learn from his mistakes than wait to learn them myself. Sometimes it feels like cheating, but it has made a huge difference for me and my team this season.