Volleyball drills for all skills
- 2 players each side of the net.
- Player throws the ball over the net.
- is passed to the distributor and
- then set-up and
- then quietly over the net.
- Other side passes it back to the distributor and so on.
- Extend this to a complete 3-meter attack.
- 6 players stand on position in the field.
- The rest on the other side. Save and occasionally bring in a fast ball by trainer.
- After 5 times turn around.
- or let the team save by themselves.
- ladder (different variants)
- under the net, trainer throws the ball, player passes it to the net
- player puts ball back in box, taps wall and rejoins row at ladder
- You divide your players into 2 pairs.
- Per pair 1 ball
- One of the pair is standing at the net to make a block.
- The other player stands on the opposite side of the net with a ball. The player stands on the three-metre line and throws the ball just over the net.
- The player at the net making the block tries to block the ball.
- 10 balls and then switch tasks.
2 teams. 2 playing fields.
Setup zone and passing zone.
- Ball must be passed into the second zone.
- Ball is passed into the setup zone.
- Setup is done behind the 3 meter line (ball is hit standing up over the net).
- Setup player walks over the line of action
- Pass player goes to setup zone.
- New passer can only enter the field when old setup has passed the backline.
- Player serves ball.
- Passing to setter
- Setup gives ball back
- Defense to setup
- setup for attack
- Down ball or free ball is called
- Defence to setup
- quick pass to attacker
extension with block board
This exercise is for the pass and playmaker.
- 1 must save
- 3 passers
- 1 playmaker
The game proceeds as follows:
- Ball is passed to the distributor. Distributor must play the ball into the basket.
- Players turn except for distributor.
- Per 2 spars,
- 1 person works,
- alternating between short drop and a smash,
- after 10x short and 10x smash exchange
- 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 imitate is the stress factor that a service 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! Group for the first time must reach a multiple of the number of players in the group.
- If the teams are small, it is fun to have everyone serve two or three times.
- Minimum of 6 players
- As many balls as there are teams