Volleyball Drills to Help Move Feet Team Sliding Drill. Perform team sliding drills at the beginning of practice as part of the warm-up. Have your team... Jumping Drills. Using cones or specially made jumping mats with dots in an "X" formation, run your players through a... Quick Reactions. Have ...
Purpose: To get players moving their feet and practicing passing tempo balls. How it Works: Three players rotate in a small circle in left front, each passing a ball tossed by the coach who is standing near the middle of the court near the net. The pace is rapid, and after every pass the passer moves several steps to the right and moves once again into the circle.
shuffle to ball - in moving to where the ball is, shuffle your feet, keeping knees bent and hips/head in a straight, vertical line (not a line that bobs up and down) step to target - once in position, step with whatever foot feels most comfortable ( best to step from the right side of the court with right
After person sets ball, move forward three steps. Stay there until after partner passes ball, move to ball and set again. Drill #2 Take three steps backward after you set ball, and move your feet to get under the ball. Long Distance Sets. DRILL DESCRIPTION: Two partners face each other from a distance of 20 feet and set the ball back and forth.
Pay attention to the left/right/set footwork. The right foot should be planted and forward before contacting the ball. Players will tend to sacrifice this footwork as they come off the figure eight movement. Jump sets should be monitored to ensure the ball is contacted high in the air.
Your hands should also be swinging behind you to help boost the upward momentum as you spike the ball. Maintain balance by keeping your feet at shoulder-width apart. 6. Jump while the ball is falling into position. You are almost there. Swing your arms forward as you jump high up for a powerful strike. 7. Move your hand back for a strike
Standing Version – With a square about six feet from the floor, this drill can be done standing. The standing version requires the player to switch their forward foot between each bounce of the ball.
players to form 2 lines facing one another. Space the lines about 10 feet apart and then have players bump the ball back and forth to each other. After a player hits the ball, she should then move to the end of the line, so that the lines are moving constantly throughout the drill.