Ahh, 5th-grade volleyball and 6th-grade volleyball… An exciting time for players, and a challenge for coaches and parents. This is when most players are being introduced to the sport, and no matter how athletic a player might be, there are a ton of complicated concepts that will interfere with their performance.
In this drill, the players have to hold their hands together and then bump the ball. The catch here is that they will bump the ball with the inner part of their forearms, instead of their hand. Insist on bumping the ball straight up continuously. Drill 5. In this drill the coach can have 2 players lie close to each other.
Synopsis: This is fairly simple group ball-handling and movement drill (though with room for increased complexity and/or intensity) that could be used as a warn-up. Age/Skill Level: This is suitable for all levels. Requirements: 5 players, 1 balls, court, 3 cones. Execution: Place two players on one side of the court and three on the other. Behind the two players place one cone each, and place a third cone on the 3-player side in the middle of the court toward the back.
VOLLEYBALL LESSON 3 4-5th GRADE ACTIVITY #2 Shower Volleyball • Divide class into as many groups as there are nets, then divide into 2 teams per net (e.g., 4 nets = 8 teams). Each team needs 3 volleyballs; each court will have 6 volleyballs. • Object of game: For a team to serve volleyballs over a net without opposition
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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.
a. PURPOSE. This is a 3-player drill that works for accuracy, footwork, anticipation and reaction to the ball, and fitness. b. SET UP. Arrange players in groups of three, with one volleyball per group. Ensure that there is enough space around the gymnasium / court to provide for movement.
In this post, I’ll show you 5 volleyball serving drills that will develop consistency and accuracy. Many of these drills will also create scenarios of serving under duress, featuring running to simulate serving while tired, or adding pressure to mimic an important serve.