OHSVCA COACHES’ CLINIC... skills, drills & more! Presented by: Tina Jasinowski, Alter Girls' & Boys' Varsity Volleyball Coach Page 4 footwork drills (GREAT for WARM-UPS) Jump Rope One of the BEST footwork drills... Have players do a combination of regular, two-footed jumps; 1-footed jumps; "running" jumps (where they
Drills introducing the proper setting technique: a. Toss ball above head and catch. (Each player stands in correct setting position by straddling a line, preferably the attack line or end line.) 1) Toss ball above the head and catch ball with hands in correct setting position.
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will become an invaluable resource for you. Volleyball Skills & Drills is a compendium of skill and drill instructions from the very best coaches in the game today and is presented to you by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA). The six major skills of volleyball—serving, receiving, setting, attacking, blocking, and dig-
Simple Beginner Volleyball Drills. Passing, setting, spiking, and serving are the four volleyball basic skills everyone needs to know in order to be successful in the game of volleyball. When beginners are learning easy volleyball drills, it is a good idea to keep the beginner volleyball drills simple and easy to grasp.
Volleyball Burpee Passing Drill. Train players to move with the ball in this progression of the low catch passing drill. After catching the ball in a low position, players tap it on the floor to the right, middle, and left of their bodies, then pop up to a standing position. 8. Deliver and Pop Serve Drill.
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When running volleyball serving drills we like to have passers to pass the ball up. It allows us to run a competitive drill, like a wash drill between the servers and passers. Even if we use passers to receive the ball, we still use target areas for the servers. Using target areas is beneficial for both parties.
Wall Hitting - Beginner Volleyball Drills. This drill requires only one player, a ball, and a wall. Pick a spot on the wall to hit to. Toss the ball to yourself and try to hit the spot. Focus on using proper arm swing technique. Variations One variation of this volleyball drill is mimicking serving technique. Toss the ball up, take a step, and try to hit a spot on the wall.
BLOCKING DRILLS. In volleyball, blocking is considered to be the first line of defense and digging the second line of defense. However, this doesn’t mean that one is more important than the other, so improving both of these skills are paramount to a good defense.