Volleyball drills for general

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  • In 2 pairs with 2 balls, do everything 8 times.
  • Out of the neck, right, left, hit, OH, BH in 2x. (Penalty if ball on the ground)
  • Next:
    • Roll ball over from behind between the legs and stay low, keep moving sideways
    • (1 ball) Mirroring sideways with 1 ball in left and 1 ball in right hand, pick up ball from floor.

  • Goal of the exercise:
    • To focus, communicate, master the task and persevere.
  • Explanation of the exercise:
    • 'Chaos Easy' starts as a warm-up, but ends as a real battle.
    • The players are placed in the field (it does not matter where).
    • The ball is caught and immediately thrown over the net (one play).
    • As the player catches, he throws the ball.
    • When a player has thrown the ball, he/she goes to a wall (back of the field or on the side) and taps it, then comes back into the field.
    • The other players on the team have moved forward one spot.
    • You notice how difficult it is to score.
    • When someone throws the wrong ball (into the net or out), they have to sprint around the opponent's field.
  • Duration of the exercise:
    • 5-10 minutes.
drawing

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  • Purpose of exercise:
    • Improve motor speed.
  • Explanation of the exercise:
    • Make a square of benches and throw in all the balls you have.
    • Place two players in the square and the rest around them.
    • At the sign of the trainer the two players will try to throw all balls out of the square.
    • The rest of the players have to throw all the balls back into the square.
    • After 60 seconds the exercises are stopped and the two players count the number of balls in the square.
    • The winner is the one who has the least number of balls in the square.
    • Everyone takes their turn.
  • Duration of the exercise:
    • 20-25 min.
drawing
  • Divide the team into two groups and have them form two rows facing each other on the 3 meter line.
  • Have the players play over the net and then run around the net post to join the other group.
  • Place a speedfoot ladder on one side, parallel to the sideline, and have the players do an exercise through the ladder before joining the row.
  • It is possible to extend this with block jumps, attacking passes or strength exercises.
  • Important is that the ball should not fall on the ground, communication is important.
  • If necessary, add a sanction when the ball falls on the ground.
  • Alternate between underhand and overhand.
drawing
  • Purpose of the exercise:
    • To focus, communicate, master the task and persevere.
    • At "A" and above, with fewer people on the field for more intensity.
  • Explanation of the exercise:
    • 'Chaos Easy' starts as a warm-up, but ends in a true battle.
    • The players are placed in the field (it doesn't matter where).
    • The ball is caught and immediately thrown over the net (one play).
    • As the player catches, he throws the ball.
    • When a player has thrown the ball, he/she goes to a wall (back of the field or on the side) and taps it, then comes back into the field.
    • The other players on the team have moved forward one spot.
    • You notice how difficult it is to score.
    • When someone throws the wrong ball (into the net or out), they have to sprint around the opponent's field.
  • Duration of the exercise:
    • 5-10 minutes.
drawing
  • 1 player at position 2.
  • 1 player on position 3.
  • Coach or player on position 4.
  • Rest of the players in a line behind the back line at position 1.
  • Player at position 2 throws a deep ball.
  • Player passes back.
  • Player at position 3 throws a short ball inside the three meter line.
  • Player passes back ball.
  • Player/coach at position 4 hits or throws a deep ball.
  • Player passes it back and joins the back of the row again.
  • Don't forget to pass regularly!

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  • Coach stands in the middle by the net.
  • Line of three players stand behind the back line.
  • Trainer throws balls alternately to the right and then to the left.
  • Players start walking in circles because they are in threes.
  • Players who are not in line are collecting balls.
  • Playmaker at the net.
  • Two middle attackers, two outside and two diagonal.
  • Other players line up to pass.
  • Trainer puts ball in play from the other side of the net.
  • Passer passes, playmaker chooses attacker and an attack is made.
  • After the attack players get the ball and join the passers.
  • After passing attack on your own position (or an empty position).
drawing

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  • There is one passer in the field at position [6].
  • The trainer or a playmaker stands with the balls at the net at position [3].
  • The ball is introduced by hitting or pricking and there is a variation in short/long and hard/soft.
  • The passer keeps the ball from the ground (prio 1) and provides the pass to [2/3] (prio 2) where the ball is caught by a team mate.
  • This exercise can be played in two variants.
  • A. [suitable for large teams]
    • After the pass, a new player is rotated into the field and the passer joins the back of the line.
    • High tempo!
    • The team can be split in two, so that one team always picks up the balls from the other team.
  • B. [suitable for small teams]
    • The passer remains standing.
    • He quickly takes up his position again after the pass and processes a new ball (10 in total).
    • The other players spread out to collect the balls.
    • After 10 passes the passer takes off and the ball is passed.
    • High tempo!

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