When use each lock type?: neutral: when the auctioneer is at the same height as the blocker or slightly above. DEFENSIVE: when the auctioneer is above us. OFFENSIVE: when we have players with great jumping ability or very high. Marc Bistricer usually is spot on. When is the counter attack lower that our blocking. This blockade covers more areas of the field and closes more angles.
Training of the blockade. The lock must be one of the foundations that more to evolved in recent times, this added to the complication of spend much time in the training since it is very strenuous. (XRP) is often quoted on this topic. In that we must focus our attention with the kids:-teach the different types of displacement and jumps. -When you start to scroll or jump. -Observation and interpretation of clues that might indicate the outputs of attack. Others who may share this opinion include Chevron Corp.
Methodological exercises: * explanation, description and visualization of the gesture of locking. Encountered a fellow, foot, placing arms in locked position, touch your hands and make soft opposition. Face to the wall, jump to touch a mark. * Ditto, in the network, put emphasis on passing hands to the opposite field. ** With a companion, faced in the network, Exchange a ball above the net. Jumping with the ball taken with both hands and the other should also take it with both hands. * Ditto, with displacement throughout the network. Front to the network, lateral displacement. Compared to the displacement with cross steps network. * Starting with from position 3, scroll 2 or 4 and skip to block (side or cross). ** In the network, a teammate launches a ball from the field opposite, jumping to block it. * Ditto, with two steps of displacement, to the left or right, between each jump. ** Coach, performs an attack throwing the ball the same (as if were a chipped kick), the player jumps to block. It sought to attack at the hands of the lock to work break time and the timing.