Meet your new coach, teammate and friend, Carli Lloyd.
Carli Lloyd is one of our all time favorites. She's an amazing competitor, a leader that has won everywhere she's played and maybe most importantly, she leads with a big heart and big smile that you will feel watching this course.
This course covers Carli's journey through the sport - from her first time picking up a volleyball, becoming the NCAA player of the year, and the lessons she has learned from competing overseas and with Team USA. She also interviews some of the top setters from both the men's and women's side to share their perspective on the game in different skills that pertain to setting.
So here’s what you’ll get:
Over 58 Minutes of film to study, learn, and help you achieve your goals, faster.
Day 1: The setters hands - Argued by many as the most important single piece to setting.
Day 2: The “ready for anything” posture - The importance of working from the ground up.
Day 3: A setter's vision - Training our eyes so we can make great game-time decisions.
Day 4: Why jump setting makes our team better - How to train it and all the ways it can add more value to your team’s offense.
Day 5: Having an offensive mindset - Become a threat to open up more space for your attackers!
Day 6: Squaring up - The biggest mistake young setters make and how to fix it
Day 7: Dominating the game within - Cultivating a relentless and gritty mindset to lead your team in every situation.
You’ll be ready to absorb all the information by video, broken up into 7 videos on the website, allowing you to implement, assess, come back and compare yourself.
Carli's accomplishments in volleyball:
🏆🇮🇹 Italian League Champ
🏆🇮🇹 2x Italian Super Cup Champ
🏆🇮🇹 Coppa Champ
🏆🇹🇷 Turkish Cup Champ
🏆🇧🇷 Brazil Cup Champ
🏆1x Cev Cup Champ
🏆1x Champions League Champ
🥉Olympic Bronze Medalist
🥇Pan Am Games Champ & Best Setter & MVP
🥇Pan Am Cup Champ & Best Setter
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Went through everything i needed to know about being a better setter its a very simple thing but the superman hands is something i was never taught but helped me maybe the most. I go back to the course all the time for new things.