Volleyball drills for attack / smash / spike / hitting

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  • 4 or 5 teams.
  • 2 at the net 1 ball,
  • rv set-up,
  • l.f. attacks,
  • on 2 or 3 defenders.

An exercise for the attacker. The attacker has to be available for a second attack after a block.

First the middle attackers. At the net stand the playmaker (S) and a head blocker (1) ready to block, next to them stands the trainer (T) or player with a ball. Three defenders (4, 5 and 6) are standing at the back of the field.


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  • The trainer hits the ball, whereupon 1 and S block together.
  • During the block the trainer smashes the ball to 4, 5 or 6.
  • As soon as 1 is on the ground again after the block, 1 moves backwards for the attack run.
  • 4, 5 or 6 defend the ball.
  • S gives a setup to 1.
  • 1 smashes the ball
  • 1 retrieves the ball.
  • 2 takes the place of 1 (1,2 and 3 rotate)

ready-for-the-attack

Then the outside attackers who for a change will attack on the right. The playmaker (S) stands in the middle and the outfielder (1) stands on the right. Next to them again the trainer (T) and in the field the defenders (4, 5 and 6).

  • The trainer hits the ball, whereupon 1 and S block together.
  • During the block the trainer smashes the ball to 4, 5 or 6.
  • As soon as 1 is on the ground again after the block, 1 moves backwards for the attack run.
  • 4, 5 or 6 defend the ball.
  • S gives a setup backwards to 1.
  • 1 smashes the ball
  • 1 retrieves the ball.
  • 2 takes the place of 1 (1,2 and 3 rotate)
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Making an attack run:

  • Right handed: left, right, left
  • Left handed: right, left, right
  • Player throws ball to trainer who is on the bench
  • trainer holds up the ball
  • players knock the ball out of the hand of the trainer
  • stay on your own side of the net

watch the run up, not the beautiful ball

  • jump with your arms!
  • hit the ball with your belly!

Making an attack run:

  • Right handed: left, right, left
  • Left handed: right, left, right

Players on length together

  • on one side the net lower
  • player throws ball to trainer
  • trainer holds up the ball
  • players knock the ball out of the hand of the trainer
  • stay on own side of the net

watch the run up, not the beautiful ball

  • jump with your arms!
  • hit the ball with your belly!

for right-hander:

  • player has the ball in the LH
  • bounce the ball with the LH
  • and hit the ball with the RH
  • continue like this
  • Practice attacking at the net with mats on the ground.
  • Every child has a tennisball in its hand and passes it in the air to the other hand.
  • Throw the ball over the net and down to the floor.
    • So go up with 2 hands
  • YOU JUMP WITH YOUR ARMS.
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  • put 2 cabinets down
  • start as low as possible (1 layer)
  • cabinets one 'attack run' apart
  • possibly put down marking mats
  • They jump with 2 legs on the first box and land with both hands up.
  • off the box and then an attack run on the 2nd box
    • short, long, connect, drop. (rhythm: 1....2.3)
    • Watch out:
      • push off with 2 legs
      • arms swing backwards during the big step
  • Finish on the box with both hands in the air (if necessary, clap your hands).
  • After that 2 block jumps at the net.
    • Pay attention to side steps
  • After that around the pawn and trainer throws a diving ball
    • Watch the sliding on the belly
    • Get the ball and put it in the container
    • Join the back of the line for jumping

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  • All 1 ball and hit the ground against the wall.
  • Hit the ball so your wrist is over the ball.
  • Remember to get out and both arms in the air.
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Attacking. Trainer throws the ball to the playmaker (who comes in just like with the team line-up). Distributor gives set-up and attacker hits box who stands 4 meters behind the net.

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