Have your hands 6 to 8 inches above your face, with your hands on the ball in the proper setting position. Your thumb and forefingers should form a triangular window. Push up through the ball. Try to set the ball over 50 times without having to move.
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Volleyball Drills For Beginners. 1. Over The Net (3-Person Pepper Drill) “Over The Net” is a variation of “pepper drills”. Pepper drills simply refer to players hitting the ball back and forth to each other following a cycle of the 3 steps of hitting a ball; This drill will utilize 3 players who will rotate positions while they deliver ...
Normal pace jump, 30 seconds. Right foot only, 30 seconds. Left foot only, 30 seconds. Double right, double left, 30 seconds. Fast as you can go, 30 seconds. Repeat 3 times with a 1-minute rest ...
The volleyball drill starts with a player serving the ball underhand with one player on the other side of the net ready to receive the serve. Each side gets only one hit and the volleyball players must play the ball with their forearms with their hands held together (no one arm contacts) on every hit.
Players guide the ball counter clockwise around a triangular pattern with one person at the “point” bump passing while the other two players use an overhead set. Purpose: This volleyball setting drill is intended for the entire team, as anyone may be called on to set in different circumstances throughout the match.
DRILL DESCRIPTION: partners face each other and stand about 10 feet apart. Set balls back and forth and focus on using proper technique. One partner stands still while setting and sets balls to the right and left of the other player forcing him to move laterally to get to the ball. This player then sets the ball directly and accurately.
One of the BEST footwork drills... Have players do a combination of regular, two-footed jumps; 1-footed jumps; "running" jumps (where they are actually running in place "thru" the jump rope - be careful that they are not skipping rope here, but actually running in place).
The drill is fast-paced and designed to get a lot of passing done in a short time period. Note: Player No.3 should toss the second ball before No.2 has caught the first. That way the drill is executed rapidly. Toss Catch Drill. Drill Description: One player tosses the ball at another who passes it back. The idea is to develop consistency in basic passing skills and to make sure passer is correctly using legs not arms and wrist when they pass.