Youth Volleyball Coach’s Guides – Skills & Drills Typical Practice Plan 5 minutes: Warm-up with a volleyball (i.e. progressive passing with a partner over the net) 5 minutes: Hitting drills (i.e. I throw you go) 15 minutes: Skill Work - Partner passing/setting drills (i.e. triangle passing/setting, 1 sided butterfly)
OHSVCA COACHES’ CLINIC... skills, drills & more! Presented by: Tina Jasinowski, Alter Girls' & Boys' Varsity Volleyball Coach Page 2 fundamental skills checklist serving lift - palm flat and facing up, "lift" the ball not higher than a ball width (or two) above head
Try them to get kids and novice players excited about the game of volleyball! 1. Energy check Drill. When team energy dips, boost it with a quick energy check! Players place a volleyball between their knees, then clap out a rhythm on their thighs and hands, followed by a jubilant shout of “volleyball!” 2. Down Ball Hitting Drill
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major skills of volleyball—serving, receiving, setting, attacking, blocking, and dig- ging, as well as the tactics of team defense, team offense, and transition—will be presented and discussed in a way so that you can apply them to any level of play.
way of teaching accurate passing skills. Players will be forced to anticipate the movement of the ball and read each others’ nonverbal cues very quickly during this drill. Instruct 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.
Wall Hitting - Beginner Volleyball Drills. This drill requires only one player, a ball, and a wall. Pick a spot on the wall to hit to. Toss the ball to yourself and try to hit the spot. Focus on using proper arm swing technique. Variations One variation of this volleyball drill is mimicking serving technique. Toss the ball up, take a step, and try to hit a spot on the wall.
The ball may bounce between each hit if needed. Use a ball that has a decent bounce for this activity. Players may use passing, setting and serving skills. If they are ready, you can add the spike! Mini-Volleyball. Once your students have the skills to hit the ball without a bounce, they are ready for Mini-Volleyball. This game involves 6 students per “court” where 2 hold a rope for a net, 2 are on one side of the net, and the final 2 on the other.