Volleyball drills for all skills


Start corner position 1

  • 2 turns around field: normal
  • 2 turns around field: heels lift - long lengths
  • 2 turns around field: knees seat - long lengths
  • 2 turns around field: sideways - long lengths
  • 2 revolutions around field: dive - long lengths - at least 3 dives
  • In the field there are all sorts of obstacles, such as mats, hoops and cones.
  • The trainer walks in front along these obstacles, the children follow him.
  • Variation
    • The children walk in pairs along the obstacles.
    • They walk backwards.
    • They walk with sideways steps.
  • The children walk in pairs through the room.
  • One child tries to follow the other.
  • Variation
  • The child in front has to change pace suddenly.
  • The child in front has to change direction sharply.
  • Groups of four or five children.
  • Groups of four or five children and on signal the back one sprints to the front and then indicates the track.
  • The entire group is lined up behind a line on the side of the field.
  • On signal they walk over to the other side.
  • Variation Starting Positions:
    • Squat,
    • knee,
    • prone or supine,
    • sit with the back to the walking direction.
  • The group is lined up on the short side of the field in a few relays.
  • On a sign, they all walk to the other side at the same time and sit back to back in a random order.
  • Which group sits first?
  • Variation
  • Varying the starting and finishing poses.
  • At the other side touch a line, return and sit in a row again.
  • From the group, a scapegoat is appointed.
  • The game is played all over the field.
  • The group is lined up on one side of the field.
  • On sign the children cross the field.
  • One of the catchers tries to catch as many children crossing the road as possible.
  • Variation
  • The children walk to and fro on a signal.
  • Back and forth without waiting for a signal.
  • The children are not free on the other side.
  • With two tappers.
  • With boxes where there is one ticker in each box.
  • The children can be tagged in every cell.
  • Who has not been tagged on the way out and on the way back?
  • Or which group of tickers has managed to tick the most children?
  • The group stands on one side behind these hoops.
  • When told to do so, the children steal objects from the other side and place them in the hoops on their own side.
  • If they are caught by a ticker, they have to put the object back.
  • The group is lined up in the four corners of the field.
  • A ticker with a party ribbon
  • At a signal they cross the field in three directions:
  • the short side, the long side or diagonally.
  • On their return, they score one, two or three points respectively.
  • A ticker operates in the room and forces the ticked children to go back to his corner before he can cross again.
  • How many points can you get in an agreed time?

6-team plays out the rally:

Trainer plays:

  1. free ball over the net.
    • At that point, everyone runs according to the arrangements.
    • Left and right forwards who are at the net, ready for the block, walk to the back, to help with the pass, and to be ready for the run-up attack pass.
  2. ball to SV in own half.
    • This divides the game to the left and right.
    • Opposing team (6 team) responds to the attack.
    • SV connects with li/re in front to block. li/re who does not need to block moves to the back.
    • Libero covers the block.

  • Changeover, free ball/attack.
  • Turn over, turn over with fixed SV.