By making volleyball practice drills competitive, players will be more motivated and it will be easier for them to focus on succeeding at the volleyball drill. Obviously, most volleyball players like to play games. Fun drills such as Golf and Volleyball Net Save keep players interested in the drill because it's a competitive game. Adjust volleyball practice drills to spark interest and motivate players.
This is just one of Coach Johnson-Lynch’s competitive volleyball drills and is called the 10-2. This is a drill that is easily adjustable to your team and its needs. The 10-2 drill requires that the offense get three consecutive kills in order to score a point. The offense is given a specific order in which they must attack.
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Developing game like/competitive drills involves trying to isolate, or place emphasis on, a particular aspect of the sport by playing a game. This can be done by manipulating one or more of the following variables: Dimensions of the court. Scoring system. Number of players used. Setting specific rules of play.
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This volleyball drill needs 5 or 6 blockers on one side of the net with a setter and hitter on the other side. The setter sets the hitter and hitter must hit through or around the blockers. The hitter can't hit over or tip over the blockers. This drill can be great for training hitters to see the block. The setter can intentionally set the hitters tight so the hitters can work on swiping and tooling the ball off of the blockers hands and arms.
This bumping drill teaches athletes where to place the ball on their forearms. This is a single person drill but can be turned into a competition if the coach wants to see who can bump the longest. Athletes should work on always hitting the ball with the same place on their forearms; this will keep the ball from flying in one direction or another.