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Volleyball Book for Dummies: how to learn volleyball skills and drills in 90 minutes and achieve your volleyball dream - cover

Volleyball Book for Dummies: how to learn volleyball skills and drills in 90 minutes and achieve your volleyball dream

Kevin Durant

Publisher: Kevin Durant

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• Are you eager to master the volleyball skills and drills as quickly as possible? 
• Are you searching for one of the best and most helpful volleyball coaching books? 
• Do you want to learn the key volleyball fundamentals and accomplish your volleyball dreams? 
If Yes, Then Please Stop Here for a Moment! 
Rest assured that this is one of the best volleyball books for dummies that's specifically written in order to help you become a successful volleyball player in no time! The best part is that you do not require to possess any pre-experience or knowledge in order to follow this guidebook. 
Rather, every chapter in this book is written in a nice yet detailed way so that you don't ever face any troubles/struggles while following the provided tips and basics. What's more, this guidebook precisely covers almost every important topic, such as basic rules of volleyball, required equipment list, tips & terminologies, and more. 
If you can precisely master this guidebook and the available chapters, then you won't ever need any other materials to follow. In fact, this single guidebook will help you become an excellent volleyball player and accomplish your sports dreams. Furthermore, you can even use this book in order become a successful volleyball coach as well. 
Some Key Topics That You Will Learn: 
• Some basic yet important rules of Volleyball 
• The key equipment that is needed to play and master this game 
• Some essential terminologies in Volleyball 
• Know about different positions and formations  
• Reveal different types of drills of Volleyball like Three player drill and Dead fish drill. 
• How to play Volleyball like a Pro 
• and much more too... 
So, you must be now excited to learn these core fundamental concepts of volleyball. Isn't it? Then, what are you waiting for?  
Click The "Add To Cart' Button NOW to purchase this excellent guidebook and get started!

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