# Volleyball drills for system

#### Solve in 3 (M. Kool)

• The goal is to play the ball in threes. This requires the commitment of every player.
• So line up three players.
• They solve a thrown ball (by the trainer), by playing in threes.
• The first ball is passed to the upper-position.
• The 2nd player, who has the job of upper-player, runs to the upper-place.
• The 3rd player then prepares for the attack.
• At first keep the ball on one side of the net, by not actually hitting the 3rd ball, but catching it.
• Then 3 other players move in to do the same.
• On the other side of the net, the same is practiced with the other half of the team.
• After a while, when the ball is regularly played in threes, the ball is actually played to the other side.
• The team on the other side then plays the ball back in threes.
• And so on; play over as long as possible.
• No scoring, it's about playing in threes.

#### 5-1 system serve + rally

• 5-1 system on both sides.
• Team 1 serves, plays out rally.
• Loser gets a rally ball.
• Other team gets a rally ball.
• Minimum of 2/3 points scored is turn over.
• Service changes every time.

#### Defending (4 people)

• 1 player at the net on position 2/3
• 3 players in the backfield.
• The player at the net puts the defense to work and has the freedom to touch each ball at least once up to a maximum of three times.
• The defense makes sure that the ball reaches the player at the net in 1 or 2 times.

#### Rotation exercise

• 6-team plays a game against 4/5 team:
• Team 6 takes care of rotation with SV.
• Opponent 4/5 defends and attacks.
• Main point:
• The pass must be good.

#### Mariekje

• Two teams on both sides.
• After every well played ball, turn in three.
• Pass obliquely if you don't have a complete team.

#### Positions

Side a: formationSide
b: someone position 6 - position 5 and position 1

OBJECTIVE
: Side a gets every ball against and tries to score from this situation
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• First ball: serve side b
• Second ball: freeball coming from side b (side b builds up and tries to pass "difficult" freeball)
• Third ball: attack position 6
• Third ball: attack position 1

• Side a is not allowed to place the ball in the 3m line at side b, everything behind the 3.
• But side b is allowed to attack in the 3m line.
• Let's see how easy it goes.

#### Practice on system with walk-in

• 4 players in game formation
• 3 next to each other, passer slightly behind ready to run in
• Girls on the other side pass in quick succession, little time in between.
• Then with a serve.
• Make sure they call.
• 10 balls back over is a pass.

#### Turn and Gravy

Purpose of the exercise:
Improve out of system situations and communication

• 3 players gather around the trainer and pass the ball.
• Trainer holds the ball in front of him.
• When all players have put their hands on the ball, the trainer throws the ball somewhere in the backfield.
• Through communication and especially listening, it must be clear who plays the first, second and third ball.
• What do you do as a striker in a difficult out of system situation, what do you want your strikers to do?
• Is there a lot of risk in finishing or do you want to see controlled balls hit in various positions?
• Go ahead and play as a trainer.
• Very good exercises to repeat out of system situations.

#### Connect to the grid

• Point of attention: walking towards the net.
• The tall players towards the net, the smaller ones can move backwards.
• Pay attention to the connection of the back players.
1. 6-team is in line-up.
• Trainer receives ball from other field,
• Trainer divides left and right,
• ball is caught.
• Point of attention,
• Joining SV to block, and backfield positions.
2. Player position 4 starts the game by throwing in from the side.
• 4-team builds up an attack.
• Six has to react on the attack.
• When the attack/rally is over, the trainer plays a freeball and the point is played out again.