Skill of the Game

Book - 1988
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The bestselling Skills of the Game series provides in-depth instruction for players and coaches, written by leading names in the field. Whether the indoor, outdoor, beach, park, mini, sitting or standing game, volleyball has taken off and is now played competitively by over 70 million people. In this book former international Keith Nicholls explains the shots and tactics which make volleyball such a vibrant and exciting game to play, watch and coach. Fully illustrated with instructional photography and line drawings All aspects of the game covered, from rules to team play Tips and advice throughout for players and coaches AUTHOR: Keith Nicholls is Director of Physical Education and Sport at the University of East Anglia. He played for both England, Great Britain at international level, and as a coach has helped many top teams. He has worked as a commentator for Channel 4. 57 b/w photos & 76 line drawings
Publisher: Ramsbury [England] : Crowood Press, 1988, c1986.
ISBN: 9781861264411
Characteristics: 112 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm.


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