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 Art of Coaching Volleyball. Follow. This fast-paced drill helps your front-row players get used to getting low and playing a ball out of the net. Have pairs rotate through, with each duo attempting to successfully pass a ball that was tossed into the net so that their partner can jump and hit it over the net. First pair to 5 wins!
Block on Box - Volleyball Blocking Drills. This drill has both the hitter and coach standing on boxes on opposite sides of the net. Just as the previous volleyball drill, the coach is hitting into the block. The purpose is for the blocker to work on blocking with good form. The blocker should be angling their hands and arms so that when the ball is blocked it rebounds off the blocker into the court.
“Run The Middle” is a ball control drill where you focus on getting the ball played in middle court after a serve. To run properly, this drill requires 7 players; 2 players on one side of the net and 5 on the opposite side. Players and Position Required. 2 Player Side. Server; Middle blocker; 5 Player Side. 3 Passers; Setter; Middle hitter
The drill starts when one player “bowls” the ball over the net to the player on the other side. The 2 players then play 2-touch (a forearm pass/dig or overhead dig and an attack). A point is earned for each overhead swing and another point is earned for winning the rally.
This volleyball drill takes place only on one side of the court. The drill starts by the setter setting a hitter. The hitters job is to just stand and swing or tip to the defense. The hitter hits or tips to one of the three defenders then the ball is played up to the setter. The setter then sets one of the hitters and the drill is played out continuously.
Volleyball Drills for Passing. Four-Person Pepper Drill. This drill is good for warm-up because it's game-like. The purpose of the drill is to use passing skills while being game-like using ball control. Setup. The court is divided in half length wise. A setter and hitter begin at the net on each side of the court.
Drill Setup: One player standing at setter position to receive the passes from the passer. One player two steps beyond three-meter line on the same side as the “setter” – this player will be the passer for the duration of the drill. One player on the opposite side of the net as the others to toss balls. This player starts with two balls in hand.