Volleyball drills for all skills

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Some variations on the well known butterfly...:

  • Service-pass-catch on SU-position, running after the ball.
  • As everyone is chasing his/her ball, each player has a different task, but if desired, a player can have a fixed position.
  • Variation 1:
    • The SU plays a set-up to position 4, where an attacker stands to play a (placed) attack on the receiver.
    • The rotation then becomes: Service -passer -upper - attacker - off-side - service etc.
  • Variation 2:
    • the fixed SU plays a ball to a receiver 'somewhere' in the field, who makes himself known by calling 'here'.
    • The SU learns to react on sound, the receiver learns to communicate his position.
  • Variation 3:
    • The fixed SU plays the pass backwards to position 2, where the receiver, after an attacking movement, catches the ball and starts serving.
    • In the diagram is variation 1


butterfly-variation

pass-and-defense

1. Players play ball over net to position 1, pass back.
2. Passer runs around 1st pawn for a second pass (turn in/arms tilt)
3. Passer runs around 2nd pawn and defends ball from trainer (smash or place ball) and retrieves ball and connects with players (A).

Rotation
:- pass to (A) over the net-
at position 2/3 pass to 2, catch ball and put it in ballcarrier-
passer 2x + defend and fetch ball-
pass to (A)



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Blockboard at position 4 - street (two squares next to the antenna) - cone on 3 meter line

  • Lene at position 3
  • Receptionist at position 5 and attacker at position 4
  • Attacker joins reception


Trainer passes ball to reception player

  • Reception to setter
  • Walk around cone
  • Solve ball to play over net


Bad reception = compulsory play in block board

  • Position 5 takes cover
  • Play ball back to setter
  • Pass and attack

Blockboard at position 4 - street (two squares next to the antenna) - cone on 3 meter line

  • Lene at position 3
  • Receptionist and striker on position 5


Trainer passes ball to reception player

  • Reception to setter
  • Walk around cone
  • Solve ball to play over net

Two groups - 1 catcher at position 3 - trainer at other side with cart to pass ball to

  • 1 hurdle at position 1 on backline
  • 1 hurdle at position 5 on backline
  • 2 hurdles in front of each other - one at the same height as hurdles 1 and 5, one hurdle 1m behind


Jumping over hurdle for player - quickly backwards diagonally and jump over two hurdles

  • Come from position 5 - ball arrives at position 5
  • Come from position 1 - ball arrives at position 1


Reception play to catcher - reception player becomes catcher - catcher puts ball in cart - catcher becomes booking

OBJECTIVE:

  • Trainer knocks to start on ball = sign that player may start jumping
  • Don't knock anymore = next player starts when previous player is over 2nd hurdle
  • Ball must land perfectly on position 3
  • Presence of many players = high tempo of the exercise

This exercise is incorporated into each workout and the numbers are gradually increased

  • Sit-Ups
  • Crunches
  • Leg Raises
  • Plank
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  • The aim is for the team to pass to position 3 (midfield).
  • Place a mat at this position.
  • One person stands on the mat to catch balls.
  • Team line-up on one side of the field.
  • Rest + trainer on other side.
  • Team members of trainer serve ball, pass correctly (person on mat must be able to set up ball with both feet on mat) = point for passer. Pass wrong is change of person who passes wrong with server.
  • After a few minutes/balls rotate positions.
  • If necessary, trainer throws really balls in the field. Possible to extend game with set-up and play over net.
  • Play a game of volley tennis against each other.
  • At lower levels the ball is allowed to bounce once, at higher levels it can be played in one go.
  • As soon as you lose a point you have to run circles around the court.
  • Until 2 remain, these play a final.
drawing
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  • The attack is from the outside.
  • The intention is to attack in the direction of the mats.
  • It's also possible to jump in the hoops.
  • Players come in from position 1.
drawing
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