Volleyball drills for setting / overarm technique
- Making Trios.
- Trio1 in the pass (1-6-5)
- Trio2 Sv P2, Attack P4 and Block P2 (field B)
- Trio 3 in defense and service on field B
- Tr starts with service from field B
- Pass, setup and attack
- Have players serve
- Trio 1 becomes trio 2, etc.
- Volleyball over benches
- 2 against 2 or 2 against 1
- Hit it just once
- Matches over 2 winning sets to 10 points, at 3rd set to 5 points
- 3 points for 2-0 score and for 2-1 it is 2 points for winning team and 1 point for losing team
- Winning teams against each other
- Place the basket underhand.
- In the basket on the 2/3.
- Play overhand from game position in the basket to the attack.
- Under the baskets: 1 catcher.
- 1 player at pos 5 throws in the ball to pos 3 (SV).
- 2 players take turns to walk in from pos 1 to pos 3 (SV).
- From here they take care of the setup to pos 4.
- At pos 4, one player stands on an elevation (e.g. plinth/cabinet) to catch the ball and pass it to pos 5.
- Half of the players stand in a line 2 metres apart.
- Preferably with a wall at their back.
- The other players pass this line in turn at 4 metres from the thrower.
- There is no net in between.
- They are given a ball to return overhead.
- Then they move sideways to the next starter.
- Go down the row and come back to the beginning.
- If there are enough players, a second row can be set up in mirror image.
- Then the players who return the ball go back along this row and have then walked a circle.
- (Row players 1 stand with their backs to row players 2, to throwers 1 and 2 stand with their faces to each other).
- After that you can alternate between the groups and do the same with underhand return.
- As a variation, use different throwing distances.
- Important points of attention: throwing the ball neatly, moving sideways, sitting low when playing OH, high ball tempo.
- Divide the group over the 2 fields.
- 2 players on pos 2 with 1 ball, 1 on 4, 1 on 5 and 1 on 1
Ball is played from p2 BH to 4.
On p4 the ball is hit technically to p1.
This one defends the ball on 3m p3 and at that moment the player on p5 comes to play the ball BH to p2.
And it starts all over again.
- Running: from p2 to p4 to p5 to p1 and again to p2
- Divide the field in 2 halves.
- 1st half of the field defending 10 balls thrown by the trainer.
- 2nd half of the field self setting training.
- Basically an exercise to play well BH, but also with an "attacking idea".
- Line up 2 players with ball and 1 without ball on position 5/6 on field B.
- Line-up of 4 players on position 6 on field A.
- There is also a player on position 2/3 and at the net on position 4.
- Working method:
- On field B the player in front throws/strikes the ball to the first players on field A and then closes the gap on field A.
- The OH passes the ball high to the players on 2/3.
- The latter plays the ball BH to position 4, first going to "attack coverage" and then taking position 4.
- As soon as the ball leaves 2/3, the player on 4 moves to the 3m-line.
- Then, after a short "run", this player plays the ball BH to the player without the ball on field B.
- This player catches the ball and closes in at the back of field B.
- 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.