Volleyball drills for all skills

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  • A serves to B.
  • B passes the ball to the playmaker, who then plays a high ball into the backfield.
  • B defends this ball back to the playmaker, who then gives a setup for A.
  • A attacks this setup.
  • A lines up at the other side who defends the ball and has to score.

After the attack, A takes B's place and B becomes a reserve. The playmaker stays.

The outside attackers use the left half of the field with one playmaker. The middle attackers and diagonal attackers use the right half with another playmaker.

Extension:

  • After the service, A takes a second ball.
  • After B's attack A throws this ball into the field.
  • B plays this ball to the playmaker, the playmaker gives a setup.
  • B attacks again.


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  • 2 teams serve each other calmly over the net (Overhand)
  • Distance can be increased when the ball goes over the net in a controlled way.
  • Throwing up is important, so concentrate!


  • After this serve on positions in the field where there is a mat.
  • Throwing up is important so concentration is necessary!

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Goal of the exercise:
Looking for the ball in space.

Explanation of the exercise:
Everyone should stand in a circle. One person is crouching in the middle. This person counts to 20. Count the first 10 out loud and the last 10 in your head. When you reach 20, shout "Boom" very loudly. In the meantime the ball goes round in the circle. At 'boomer' the person who has the ball must throw the ball very high into the air. The yeller will have to catch the ball/bomb.

Adjustment per level:

CMV 1/2 small circle ball catchingCMV
3/4 Larger circle ball catchingCMV
5/6 Large circle ball passing and catching.
Extra Difficult! Players do not throw the ball around but play the ball around.


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This exercise is fun to do and gives a lot of fun and competition! Relays in general already create competition.

What this exercise also wants to mimic is the stress factor that a serve brings.


The players are divided into equal teams and lined up on the serving area of the same court. The first player of a team serves and retrieves his ball. After the next player is tapped, this one serves, and so on.


It is important for a player to serve quickly, but it must also be flawless, otherwise the ball must be retrieved and served again!


Needs:

  • A minimum of 6 players
  • As many balls as there are teams
  • Extension: extra points to earn by placing hoops in the field.



  • the trainer stands at the net
  • 1 person in the field
  • the trainer throws difficult balls
  • The person in the field has to touch 3 balls.
  • If she does not touch the ball, you continue until she succeeds.
  • The rest of the players stand around the field to catch the balls and put them back in the cart.

Per 2, 1 ball

Player A stands at the net with the ball.
Player B stands at the back of the court.
Player A bumps the ball on the ground and then throws short or far.
- 1x bounce short throw - 2x
bounce long throw



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Along both sides of the field 3 players line up.
The other players stand outside the field.

Side A passes. (if serve is not over, trainer throws a ball
)Side B does 3 pass game. (Anti-slip mat attached to the net -> passer runs to it) -
Pass goes to player left -> player right passes - Pass goes
to player right -> player left passes - Pass goes to
player in the middle -> player right passes



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  • Coach (1) throws ball to SV (2)
  • SV gives setup
  • Player (3) smashes or plays ball to (4) or (5) to win!
  • (4) or (5) passes Midfield (possibly hang a ribbon in the net)
    • 6 or 7 comes in
    • 4 or 5 turns with the ball
  • when ball is over the net, quickly return to position
  • The one who has attacked the ball well 5 times, exchanges with someone in the defensive zone.

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ladder

1. Start in the starting position with your face towards the ladder.

2. Step with your left foot into the first compartment of the step ladder and join your right foot (make sure your heels don't touch the ground).

3. Then move forward through the step ladder in the above manner.

4. Alternate the starting foot in turn.

5. Also try to do the exercise the other way around, so you start with your back to the ladder.

ladder1. Start in the starting position facing the step ladder.
2. Jump forward with both feet at the same time. Your left foot ends up next to the first square of the ladder and your right foot ends up in the first square. You're making a ski movement.
3. Keep on jumping, your left foot now lands in the first square of the step ladder and your right foot lands next to the second square of the step ladder.
Make sure you are at full speed at the end of the ladder.

ladder
1. Start in the starting position facing the running ladder.
2. This exercise is performed with one foot only. Jump with your left foot into the first square and then hop forward diagonally with your left foot landing next to the second step of the ladder.
3. Hop to the second compartment and hop forward diagonally, landing on the right side of the third step.







4. At the end of the ladder, make sure you're at full speed, but watch your posture and land on the ball of your foot only (so the heel doesn't touch the ground).
5. Alternate the starting foot.

ladder1. Start in the starting position with your face towards the ladder.
2. Jump with both feet into the first compartment of the ladder and immediately jump forward where your feet land next to the second step of the ladder.
3. You sprint to the second step of the ladder and jump forward but now land on the right side of the step. So you make a zigzag movement.
Make sure you're at full speed at the end of the ladder.

ladder1. Start in the starting position, facing the ladder.







2. Step with your right foot into the first square of the ladder.

3. Pass your left foot behind your right foot and place it next to the first compartment of the step ladder diagonally behind your right foot.

4. Place your right foot next to the first box on the step ladder next to your left foot.
5. Step with your left foot into the second box of the step ladder and now step with your right foot behind your left foot and then place your left foot again next to the right foot.
6. Follow these steps for the whole ladder.


ladder1. Start in the starting position, facing the ladder.
2. Step with your left foot into the first compartment of the step ladder and join your right foot in the first compartment of the step ladder.
3. As soon as your right foot is in the first compartment of the ladder move your left foot next to the first compartment of the ladder.
4. Jump with your right foot straight forward so that it ends up in the second compartment of the step ladder and join your left foot.
5. As soon as your left foot is connected, jump with your right foot next to the second compartment of the step ladder.
6. Follow the above steps for the rest of the step ladder.









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