Passing Drill . The aim of volleyball is to keep the ball in motion. Digging is a defensive move meant to keep the ball in the air after it has been lobbed over the net from the other side. Before you learn to dig you must learn to pass. A basic passing drill requires at least two players. Spread yourselves a good distance from one another. Commence the drill by tossing easy passes to one another.
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Four VolleyballDigging DrillsThe Pressure Repetitive Hitting Drill. One digger is placed in the middle of the court with myself and one or two of my assistant coaches on the same side of the net as the diggers. Coaches are in Zone 4 and Zone 2 and sometimes in Zone 3. Hitters and diggers half court distance apart.
A 4 player dig pass relay over the net. Coaching points. For defensive dig: Knees bent and legs just wider than shoulder width apart. Eyes on the ball to the point of contact with wrists, ensuring wrists are together. Head level with the ball at point of contact, and ensure power through the arms to get the ball over the net.
This volleyball passing drill instills a habitually athletic approach to passing by demanding the passer to be in an athletic stance throughout the drill. Drill Setup: Two players will be designated to toss the ball and stand facing each other about 12 feet apart.
Dig, Tip, Chase. In this drill, players line up at the endline. The coach or hitter will be feeding the ball with their back to the net on the same side of the court. The feeder begins by hitting them a ball to dig, the player must return a playable pass. The hitter then tips the ball, making the player come in close to dig another playable pass.
Team-on-3-Digging Drill is the type of volleyball digging drill that teaches volleyball players how to react to serves in the best possible way. It’s important to know that at least four volleyball players (3 diggers and 1 server) participate in this drill. Three volleyball players (3 diggers) have to go to defensive side of the court.
This article is going to list some of the top passing drills for advanced players, you can use these drills at your next practice to get your team passing dimes all the time. The best advanced passing drills in volleyball are as follows: Vollice warmup; Two-Way Pepper; Butterfly Drill; Serve Receive Repetitions; Corner Pits; Touch Ten; 3-2-1-0 Passing
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