Teach your kids how to bump, set, and spike like the pros with these volleyball drills and practice tips.
Milwaukee Sting based out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, shares a drill that works on blockers reading the attacker, closing the block and taking away a section of the court.
Munciana Volleyball based in Yorktown, Indiana, shares a breakdown of how it trains middle blocker movement to block the pin attackers, followed by transitioning to attack. The various components are trained separately and then combined together in a gamelike drill.
It's important for a coach to train the team to understand the game without the ball. It is important to be great without the ball because a player spends about 1 percent of a one-hour match actually playing the ball.
Central Illinois Elite based in East Peoria, Illinois, shares a wash drill called Match-Up that is played six versus six. The defense works on defending around a single block and the offense works on efficiency and running various plays.
692 West shares a drill that progresses and works on transition offense and the blockers footwork to set the ball to an attacker.
Dakine Beach Volleyball Club of Tacoma, Washington, shares a drill to train blocking transition to set the attacker.
Ohio Valley Beach based in Cincinnati, Ohio, shares strategy, body position and movement for block base defense.
Add legs and toss to self, unload legs and arms in the same rhythm so hips, knees and elbows all extend at the same time.
Kairos Elite of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, shares a four-part blocking progression to train swing blocking to intermediate to advanced level teams.
Empowered Sports Club in Fort Wayne, Indiana, shares passing movement and progression drills for training passing in the beach and indoor.
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