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This drill is designed to help her team focus on setting a zero tempo ball to the middle for a quick attack. The drill is conducted 5 v 5 with no left front. The Hit the Deck drills begins with the coach entering the ball. The point is played out normally.
Hit the Deck Drill. As a coach, you should want your players to be accountable for their practice and game performances. In this video, Northern Iowa’s Bobbi Petersen shares different ways to score practice drills to hold players accountable for executing specific skills within the drill.
with Bobbi Petersen, University of Northern Iowa Head Coach; 2018 AVCA Midwest Region Coach of the Year; 2006 AVCA National Coach of the Year; 2018 MVC regul...
Volleyball Hitting Drills For One Person (Solo) The “Hitting From The Box” drill listed above is an ideal one-person drill, but often you won’t have a net or a hitting box when you are trying to improve on your own, so here are some other drills to help. Hitting The Wall. You can almost always find a wall to practice against.
Off the Floor 3rd Hit. Here's a drill to get players used to hitting the floor, rebounding quickly, reacting and getting the ball over on an emergency 3rd hit situation. Have a player quickly hit their belly, then jump up as the coach tosses a random ball, play it any way they can, putting the ball over the net as if it was the 3rd hit.
Either at the sound of your whistle or when you yell the words "Hit the Deck", all players must drop to the floor instantly. If you'd like to up the competitive spirit of the drill, you can enforce a rule where the last player to hit the floor is out. Building Defensive Toughness. The third of the fun volleyball drills I like to use to change up my practice routines is a simple variation on 2-on-6. For this drill, one team has 6 players and the other has only 2.
OHSVCA COACHES’ CLINIC... skills, drills & more! Presented by: Tina Jasinowski, Alter Girls' & Boys' Varsity Volleyball Coach Page 3 fundamental skills checklist (continued) hitting flamingo - these are the last two steps of your approach to hit and they should always be the same: a step-close, almost like a hop (very
Off the Floor 3rd Hit. Have a player quickly hit their belly, then jump up as the coach tosses a random ball, play it any way they can, putting the ball over the net as if it was the 3rd hit. This...
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