Speed, agility and power are key requirements for playing volleyball, so this plan works on developing your players' fitness levels.
By focusing on developing core strength, flexibility and stamina, this plan is ideal for teaching players that fitness sessions are as important as skills training, for improving their motor abilities and skill levels.
Building core strength
By building core strength your players will be more balanced on the court. Whether landing after a spike, getting back into position after a dig, or moving into an awkward position for an underhand pass, they will be better prepared for the next shot.
Build speed and agility with the drills in this plan - focusing on foot movement, getting players to perform quick, tiny movements in all directions while staying balanced. The faster footwork players use during a drill, the more they will see improvements on match day.
Working on stamina
Working on stamina is key to players performing at their maximum potential throughout the game. Using the drills in this plan your players' will work on both their aerobic and anaerobic stamina.
Volleyball is becoming progressively faster and more powerful, so you need the players to match! Build up your players physicality to compete against the best and fittest teams.
Develop your players' defensive ability from the backcourt area through boosting their movement, ball control and communication skills.
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"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.
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