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.
The coach sets a target of how many serves the team are going to make without making a mistake, he also keeps count of good serves.
If an error occurs then the team go back to zero and start again. A reasonable score is 50.
2 players, 1 ball. The player serving has to hit the ball over the net so that the other player can catch the ball.
If they are successful 3 times in a row the player can take a step back and move closer to the back line.
Once players reach the back line they can swap roles.
7 Serve Drills
Numbers 1 and 2 serve and aim at the targets.
The other players must act as ball boys and keep up the supply of balls to the servers.
Hold the ball in the palm of your hand and stand in a good ready position.
Using your bodyweight and movement side-step taking the ball with you, letting it bounce, catching the ball with the other hand and changing direction (don't throw the ball, use the whole body movement to move the ball side-side).
2 Warm Up
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.
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
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