Volleyball drills for setting / overarm technique

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  • each a ball
  • look for a piece of the wall
  • and then overhead against the wall
    • only play short against the wall.
    • Watch carefully how everyone has his overhead position,

pair

  • the players stand behind each other, the player in front hits the ball hard,
  • the other player takes off from behind player 1
  • and tries to send the ball back to player 1 bra or oh.
  • Please note that the player must turn before she plays the ball back.
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  • 2 teams
    • 1 plays overhand to 2
    • this one spreads his legs well apart
    • so that 1 can dive through his legs.
    • 2 keeps the ball high as long as possible and
    • the ball again when 1 is on her spot and does the same.
This exercise starts reasonably simple and is then gradually expanded (can be done in 1 training session or spread over several sessions). An exercise in which everyone must defend, set and attack.
It is a long piece of text, but it is easier than the length of the text suggests. Just do it!

Requirements:
  • at least 2 ballsminimum
  • 8 players (preferably an even number)


Part 1





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It starts with two players at the net (1 and 2), two players in the backfield (3 and 4) and the rest behind the backline. The trainer stands at the net in the middle position with two balls.
  • The trainer throws or hits the ball towards player 3 (1
  • ). Player
  • 3 passes the ball to the middle of the field about on the 3 meter line (2).
  • Player 4 runs in and gives a setup to the left front (3
  • ).
  • Player 1 catches the ball, throws the ball in the ballcarrier and runs to the backline and connects with the back.
Same again but in mirror image:
  • The trainer throws or punches the ball towards player 4. Player
  • 4 passes the ball to the middle of the field about on the 3 meter line.
  • Player 3 runs in and gives a setup to the right front.
  • Player 2 catches the ball, throws the ball in the ballcarrier and runs to the backline and connects with the back.
And then:
  • Player 3 goes to the left front and player 4 turns to the right front.
And then it starts all over again (decide how long to continue).
Once the players know the patterns, this exercise can be done at a fast pace.




Part 2

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When part 1 is going well, we can move on to part 2. The big difference with part 1 is that the players at the net do not catch the ball, but make an attack. The attackers (players 1 and 2) start at the net!
  • The trainer throws or hits the ball towards player 3 (1
  • ). This is the moment that players 1 and 2 run backwards to make an attack.
  • Player 3 passes the ball to the middle of the field about on the 3 meter line (2
  • ).
  • Player 4 runs in and gives a setup to the left front (3
  • ).
  • Player 1 smashes the ball over the net (4
), picks it up and puts it in the ballcarrier of the trainer. Then player 1 runs to the backline and joins the backline. The same again but in mirror image:
  • The trainer throws or hits the ball towards player 4. Player
  • 4 passes the ball to the middle of the field about on the 3 meter line.
  • Player 3 runs in and gives a setup to the right front.
  • Player 2 smashes the ball over the net, picks it up and puts it in the ballcarrier of the trainer. Then player 2 runs to the backline and joins the backline.
And then:
  • Player 3 goes to the left front and player 4 turns to the right front.
And then it starts all over again (decide for yourself how long you want to continue).

Part 3

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You can choose whether you want to continue with part 4 or part 3. In part 4 you play through on both sides, in part 3 you add blockers.

The exercise now starts with 6 players in the field. There are now two more blockers, who stand at the other side of the net.
  • The trainer throws or hits the ball towards player 5 (1
  • ). This is the moment that players 3 and 4 run backwards to make an attack.
  • Player 5 passes the ball to the middle of the field about on the 3 meter line (2
  • ).
  • Player 6 runs in and gives a setup to the left front (3
  • ).
  • Player 3 smashes the ball over the net (4
  • ).
  • Player 1 tries to block the smash.
The same again but in mirror image:
  • The trainer throws or hits the ball towards player 6. Player
  • 6 passes the ball to the middle of the field about on the 3 meter line.
  • Player 5 runs in and gives a setup to the right front.
  • Player 4 smashes the ball over the net. Player
  • 2 tries to block the smash.
And then:
  • Player 5 moves to the left front and player 6 turns to the right front.
  • Player 3 and 4 move to the blocking positions.
  • Player 1 and 2 get the ball in the ballcar and go to the backline.
And then it starts all over again (decide how long to continue).

Part 4











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There are now 8 players in the field. The trainer only throws the first ball, then the game continues.
The same patterns as in the previous sections are executed: the players in the backfield take care of the pass and the setup. The players at the net smashem and block.
If there are more than 8 players, the game continues after, say, 10 attacks or so.



  • One of the two players stands at the net, the other in the backfield. The players play over BH, with an in-between ball.
  • After the signal of the coach the ball must be played to the other side. The ball must be turned in during the interim test.
  • After the signal of the trainer the ball must be turned half a turn during the in-between try.
  • After the signal of the trainer the first ball must be received underhand, the ball to the other must remain above hand.
  • One player stands on the left front side and comes walking up to the middle (after a hit on the ball from the trainer) and gives a set up for or behind the back (trainer indicates).
  • Trainer throws the ball to the trainer or one of the players at the front of the court.
  • Set up a basket on the right and left side in front of the court where the ball has to be played into.
  • After the set up, fetch the ball.
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  • Two persons one ball and one tennisball.
  • One plays the ball overhand and the other throws the tennis ball to the other.
  • This can also be done underhand.
  • Pairs facing each other with a net in between
  • Overhead smash,
    • start on the 3,
    • with every good ball 1 step back,
    • to the backline
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  • Two one ball
  • Overlap
    • one time for yourself and
    • then pass
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