Roll ball under net to partner
This drill can be used as a base for a variety of attacks. Player 1 (acting as an opposition player), serves to player 3 who defensive digs to player 4. Player 4 sets the ball to player 2, who will have made an attacking run to meet the ball and smashes it over the net.
6 Advanced Drills
2 players stand on either side of the net, and the receiver starts with the ball by overhand passing it across the net. This player then passes to their team mate who overhand passes it back for the spike. The receivers are ready to dig the ball back across the court. Have receivers changing positions after every 4 attempts.
2 players stand on either side of the net, and the receiver starts with the ball by overhand passing it across the net. This player then passes to their team mate who overhand passes it back for the spike.
The spiker places the ball crosscourt. On the other side, the receiver's role is to step back from the net to the attack like and try and dig the ball back across the net.
Each player has a ball and should stand inside a 2m-diameter circle drawn with chalk.
The player throws the ball high above his/her head - it should be overhand passed up so it bounces inside the circle.
The player should allow the ball to bounce, get into position to use the overhand pass again to push the ball back into the air.
Alternate passing and bouncing.
10 Setting Drills
Half the group at one end and the other half at the other end. Taking it in turns players serve the ball and use their serving momentum to follow the ball, run and collect your ball. Repeat from the other end.
Stage three of the serving progressions; throw the ball to go over the net and bounce once to your partner stepping forwards with the opposite leg to the hand that you roll with (using body weight) and releasing the ball slightly higher.
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