A slightly more advanced drill involving a pass to set and smash.
The run from player one is important, as it needs to be timed with the layup from player 2. Also note the curved run taken from Player 1 prior to the smash.
Players 1 and 2 serve 5 balls each. Players 3 and 4 pass the ball to player 5 who catches the ball and rolls it back under the net to the servers. Servers should try and serve into the open court to make it difficult for the receivers
Player 1 pushes a high ball for player 2 to defensive dig back to Player 1.
4 Passing Drills
9 Conditioned games
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 over the net
Rhythm hitting; a number of players take it in turns to make an approach to hit a ball fed by the coach and hit. After they have hit the ball they run around an object near the baseline of the court and then repeat.
Rhythm hitting; the coach feeds the setter to set a hitter for their partner. After they have hit the ball they run around an object near the baseline of the court and then repeat.
The smash is the main attacking shot used in volleyball and is probably one of the hardest moves to master.
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