Volleyball drills for all skills

  • Training for upping
  • At position 4 (outside attack) korfball pole with hooptied . (with sturdy velcro)
  • Upper at position 2get ready. (lay down dot)
  • Reserve uppers in a line on position.
  • Trainer at position 5, throws the ball to upper.
  • He picks up the ball through the hoop.
  • Behind that, an attacker is ready to catch the ball and puts it in the trainer's ballcar.
  • Catch is in the line at position 6.
  • Upper is going to catch.
  • Variation:
  • Uppercut back to outside position.
  • Throw the ball from the other side and pass to position 2.
  • Have the distributor step in from position 1.
  • Points of attention when upping:
  • Getting under the ball, the ball should fall on your forehead.
  • Hands in the shape of the ball (make sure the hands are not too far to the side; like catching an inu)
  • Right foot more forward than the left.
  • Face towards position 4.
  • At ball contact, slightly bend the knees and push out the ball, stretching the legs.
  • When playing, the ball must remain in front of the upper. (Be careful not to arch your back)
  • When uppercutting backwards, bend the back along with the uppercut.

  • The important thing is that each 2 team is serious about the drill, and really training each other.
  • Doubles play OH, using the benches as a net.
    • OH, replay.
    • Player 1 throws the ball on close to the bench, after the pass (by player 2), player 2 runs to the back line, taps it, and comes in again.
    • Player 1 throws the ball at the backline, after the pass (by player 2), player 2 runs to the bench, taps it and back.
    • Same as the first exercise, but player 1 tries to OH the ball 2/3 times himself, and then pass to player 2.
  • Player 1 standing on the bench:
    • Throwing the ball overhead, a bit harder and tighter if possible. Player 2 tries to pass the ball back.
    • Also in motion, shuffle backwards.

  • Team is divided into two groups:
    • On one side of the field they play 2/2 or 3/3, passing the ball up and down.
    • On the other side of the court the trainer starts with the other group.
    • Trainer throws in balls, before the rally/service 3-4 handle the ball to position 3.
    • On 3 catch and put the ball in the ball bin.
  • 6-team plays a game against 4/5 team:
    • Team 6 takes care of rotation with SV.
    • Opponent 4/5 defends and attacks.
  • Main point:
    • The pass must be good.
  • Short/long.
  • Trainer throws balls to the 3 meter line. (positions A + B)
  • Player 1 passes the short ball and runs to the middle.
  • Player 3 comes in to play the ball.
  • Then trainer switches to the other side.
  • Player 2 plays the short ball, and goes to the middle.
  • Player 1 now goes for the ball on the other side.
  • Other players?
  • 3 get balls.
  • 3 encourage.
  • After 10 balls switch groups.
  • 2 trainers available?
  • 1 trainer makes sure the player in the middle does not cheat by starting too fast. (and keep him/her in the middle).
  • Organization:
    • Field B:
      • 2 passers and 1 reserve.
      • 1 playmaker on p2/3.
    • Field A:
      • Defender on 5 and 1.
      • Reserve on p5.
      • Coach serves.
  • Execution:
    • Trainer serves.
    • Pass and setup to the non-passer.
    • Attack thus on p3 or p4.
    • Attacker becomes playmaker, passer stays.
    • Spare becomes passer and playmaker becomes spare on p5.
    • P5 passes to p1 and p1 becomes reserve passer.
    • Defended ball is passed to p2.
  • Three teams.
  • Trainer. (white triangle)
  • Players. (red triangle)
  • Trainer throws balls towards the backfield.
  • Players do not run from the net until the trainer throws.
  • Players try to get the ball over the net 3 times.
  • Change with 3 new players.

  • Exercise to practice posture and movement when playing underhand.
  • Players (red circle) shuffle stepping around the pawn in position for underhand play.
  • Players then go under the net and play the ball back.
  • 10x then change.
  • Player starts with block jump at the net.
  • Player then moves into position to defend a ball.
  • Player passes the batted ball through the trainer to the catcher.
  • Player shuffles around the pawn and defends the next ball.
  • Catcher joins the line outside the field.
  • Defender goes to catch.