In this volleyball drill for hitters, his spikers have to hit against his 2 biggest blockers where the blockers know the ball is going to the hitter. (Hitter gets 4 out 5 sets!) These videos contain the high ball outside hitting drill. This is done to have middles expand their skills to outside hitting.
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Warm up for your volleyball workout by jogging for 20 minutes, then stretching your arms, shoulders, hamstrings, hip flexors and ankles (all the muscles you use most during volleyball). Leg Drills...
Build explosive strength in your hips and legs through plyometric exercises. Jump rope to develop more spring in your legs. Run ladder drills to build strength and foot quickness. Do squat jumps, frog jumps, box jumps, single leg push-offs, rubber band jumps and vertical jumps to improve your leaping ability.
Listed below are some examples of the best conditioning workouts. Box Jumps - Grab a 12 inch box. Hop onto the box using both feet and hop down continuously for 30 seconds. Take a 15 second break and repeat. Jump, Shuffle, Jump, Sprint - Start with three squat jumps for height.
Begin in your volleyball ready stance at the baseline of a basketball court. Sprint to a cone 15 yards away and back to the starting line. Repeat to a cone 25 yards away and then 40 yards away for...
25-minute at-home strength and conditioning workout for volleyball. No equipment required! Stay fit and injury-free with these volleyball-specific exercises!...
On the offensive side, you will need a passer, a setter, and a hitter. Hitting around the block is a critical skill. The coach or feeder lobs a ball over to the passer, who passes to the setter. The setter sets the ball outside, in a typical outside hitting zone.
Encourage players to use an overhead pass for their sets. A lot of “non-setters” will rely on bump setting. The point of this drill is to build confidence, so all players can provide a good set and a hittable ball to the outside position. Players who do not typically set will be tempted to face the passer and side set the outside.
Follow. Beach volleyball players need to be comfortable moving in the sand. In this video, former Oregon State player Camille Saxton demonstrates 3 passing and movement drills to help train for the beach. Full-court cone passing – Helps players learn to take big, fast steps, apply “push” to the ball and finish toward the target. Serve-receive passing – Trains players to sprint to the ball, stop and angle arms back to center, then finish pass to target.
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