Team volleyball drills are drills that teams perform to learn how to play better together and fine tune skills in a more game like situation. Team Pepper - Team Volleyball Drills. This drill involves 2 hitters, a setter, and everyone else playing defense. This volleyball drill takes place only on one side of the court.
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This volleyball drill needs 5 or 6 blockers on one side of the net with a setter and hitter on the other side. The setter sets the hitter and hitter must hit through or around the blockers. The hitter can't hit over or tip over the blockers. This drill can be great for training hitters to see the block. The setter can intentionally set the hitters tight so the hitters can work on swiping and tooling the ball off of the blockers hands and arms.
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19-22 Drill - Great for JV vs Varsity. Varsity has 19 and JV has 22 points. Winning team does not have a penalty. 22 pt team has the serve. Helps focus on stopping the serve and pushing points. 26...
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The drill is fast-paced and designed to get a lot of passing done in a short time period. Note: Player No.3 should toss the second ball before No.2 has caught the first. That way the drill is executed rapidly. Toss Catch Drill. Drill Description: One player tosses the ball at another who passes it back. The idea is to develop consistency in basic passing skills and to make sure passer is correctly using legs not arms and wrist when they pass.
Similarly, it’s different picking varsity vs. junior varsity. So start your try-out planning process by thinking about the sorts of things you need to identify and assess. Then work from there. More volleyball try-out drill ideas. Hopefully, these volleyball try-out drill ideas at least give you a starting point to develop a good plan.