Teach your kids how to bump, set, and spike like the pros with these volleyball drills and practice tips.
Before you teach the skills of volleyball, you should be teaching the joy of volleyball. These five tips will help.
It is extremly important to practice against spikers who approach and get a set from the setter - as soon as the arm/hands position and footwork have been learned
By passing and setting one ball while throwing up and catching another ball, players can begin to train their eyes to leave the ball in play.
The setting position is essential to every team's success. If your athletes continue to develop positive setting habits your team will be reap the benefits on the offensive end.
Club Fusion (Batavia, IL) shares a warm-up drill that incorporates passing, setting, attacking in a serve receive situation. It can be modified for various levels and is a great drill to maximize touches and efficient use of court space.
Tennessee Performance (Franklin, TN) shares a few attacking drills to train pass to attack game like situations. The drills can be applied to players 11U-18U with multiple variations and progressions.
M1 Volleyball (Bloomington, MN) shares variations of a 3v3 2 contact drill that puts emphasis on attacking the last contact by getting feet to the ball and having an offensive mentality. This drill is a great warm-up drill to get your team competing and communicating right away.
What makes beach a cool sport is the variety of ways a hitter can succeed. You can find world-class attackers who have very different preferences when it comes to set location, set height and the set speed.
"These are skills that don’t depend on height, strength or physical attributes and are what ultimately made me an asset to the USA Women’s National Team and to my professional club teams."
Far Out Volleyball Club (Grand Rapids, MI) shares a competitive wash drill that focuses on serve receive, sending strategic free balls, defending an in-system opponent, and building runs of 3.
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