Volleyball drills for all skills

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  • 2 rows of players
    • 1 row on the left back
    • 1 row at the right back
  • create with 4 pawns a virtual line where they have to stand behind
  • trainer stands at the other side of the net and throws the ball somewhere in the field.
  • 1 of the 2 front rows calls LOS orI (agree on that)
  • this player passes the ball to the playmaker, setup and attack straight ahead. Attacker retrieves his own ball.
  • The playmaker goes on the attack, Paschal becomes setupper, the attacker joins the shortest row.
  • If you did not have the ball, join the shortest line.
  • call-off-and-attack

- Form a circle of 3 to 5 players (possibly including the coach if the players are not yet able to pass well)

- Pass the ball as often as possible within the circle.

- A player may touch the ball a maximum of 2 times in a row, otherwise start the count again.

- If the ball touches the ground, also start the count again

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  • 2 teams, each team has its own field
  • facing each other with a net in between.
  • The players serve each other from behind the back line.
  • If a player serves a ball wrong (in the net, out, etc.) he must lie down on the side of the other team.
  • A player may return if a teammate serves a ball to him.
  • if a whole team lies on the ground, the other team has won.

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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



  • 3 teams
  • 1 at the net
  • other 2 on 2 sides in the back of the field
  • B throws ball at A
  • B passes under the net
  • A plays the ball UNDER HANDS to C
  • C plays the ball UNDER HAND to B
  • B catches the ball
  • B throws the ball to C
  • B passes under the net
  • C over the net to A

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  • Walk 3x back and forth in a runner's pace to the net
  • Walk 3x back and forth in double-step to the net, waving your arms as you walk
  • Cross walk to the net 3x (waving your arms along)
  • 3 times back and forth sideways to the net (arms swinging)


In a circle

  • Twist ankles, knees, shoulders
  • sitting on the floor stretching hemstrings
  • 20 times sit-ups, sideways, push-ups, superman


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  • Player A throws/strikes the ball towards player C.
  • Player C passes the ball to player B.
  • Player B sets up the ball.
  • Player C attacks.


Goal: try to attack/play 3rd ball on the mats (straight or diagonal).

After each ball move one place in your own group.

Extension: When there are enough players one could also choose to place a block.

- 1 and 2 hold the net 
- C plays ball in the backfield
- 1 defends on 2
- 2 sets up on 1 
- 1 hits placed to the left or right back
- 3 and 4 the next

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  • Sit on the ground with your legs spread and try to grab your ankles on both sides. Then legs together and then grab the ankles with both arms.
  • Stretch your arms by bringing your left arm to your right shoulder. & vice versa.
  • Planks. right side, left side and straight plank.
  • abdominal muscles.
  • Lunges, stepping out with your right leg and left leg.


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