The volleyball techniques - serving, passing, setting, hitting, blocking, and digging - are the six major volleyball skills players must develop. Serving. All volleyball players should know proper techniques for serving floaters and jump serves. Servers should spend time practicing a pre-serve routine.
Volleyball Week-1 Training Plan 20 minutes Warm-up • Jogging: 2 mins. around court • Stretching: Calves, hamstrings, quads, groin, shoulders, and arms 45 minutes Skill Work -----• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
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We will focus on passing (bumping) techniques, setting, hitting, blocking, serving, and defense techniques. These techniques, when combined with the other sections of knowledge on this site, become a powerful tool for you to learn quickly.
Perhaps the most fun of all the volleyball techniques is spiking. The volleyball approach and spike is one of the most beautiful athletic movements in all of sports. It's also a very important skill in volleyball. The better a team is at spiking, the more likely a team will have successful hits that result in winning rallies. Spiking is a lot of fun.
OHSVCA COACHES’ CLINIC... skills, drills & more! Presented by: Tina Jasinowski, Alter Girls' & Boys' Varsity Volleyball Coach Page 4 footwork drills (GREAT for WARM-UPS) Jump Rope One of the BEST footwork drills... Have players do a combination of regular, two-footed jumps; 1-footed jumps; "running" jumps (where they
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Home Volleyball Workouts. Warm up for your volleyball workout by jogging for 20 minutes, then stretching your arms, shoulders, hamstrings, hip flexors and ankles (all the muscles you use most ...
1. Call mine, even when it seems obvious. One of the first things you learn in grade school volleyball is to call mine when you’re in position to take the volleyball. As you play in higher levels of volleyball, this becomes engrained, and you automatically call mine, even when it seems pretty obvious.
This article will share all kinds of tips, concepts, and drills for improving your setting. If you are brand new to setting, or volleyball in general, start off by reading our Beginner’s Guide To Setting A Volleyball. 1. Pay Attention To Your Setting Stance. When you’re a setter, you will spend almost all of your time in one of two stances: your athletic stance, and your “down and ready” stance.