Volley the ball to your partner who volleys the ball to themselves one time whilst you lay on the floor and get back up this is then repeated by your partner.
In pairs half a metre from the net players volley the ball cooperatively over the net moving side-ways until they reach the end of the net.
Players then move back to the 3 metre line and volley the ball high to each other moving the opposite way until they reach the other end of the net where they move back close to the net and repeat.
4 Passing Drills
Start with a throw or volley, then the player follows the ball and joins the queue of players at the other side of the net, this is then repeated for amount of time or number of repetitions (if an error is made you can make them start again, this helps to make them concentrate).
You can also add little extra bits i.e. touch the opposite end baseline before joining the queue or do two blocks at the net on your way through.
VST:CATCH IN VOLLEY POSITION
Volley the ball to your partner who volleys the ball to themselves two times whilst you run to touch your partner and then regain position this is then repeated by your 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 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.
"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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