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. The drill starts by the setter setting a hitter. The hitters job is to just stand and swing or tip to the defense.
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.
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The best ones leave your opponent team’s offense in scrambles from the get-go. In this section, the drills will help you develop accuracy and consistency with your serves. They’ll help you become a more reliable member of your team and increase your chances of scoring points and winning the game. The 5 drills include: Target Practice; Feed the Snake
Team bonding outings, team building games, and simply being together on the trip there can help you do just that. Here we share a few of the best volleyball team building activities for your crew! Volleyball Team Building Activities. The Human Knot Game. With teammates standing in a tight circle, ask each one to grab the hands of two other ...
One of the great volleyball drills that will help build team work is a race of sorts. Pick a relatively long distance and have the team run together. You will want to set a realistic time to beat for the entire team. Once that is established, let the team start out running.
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This drill is designed to improve your team's serving and help your players come up with clutch serves when the game is on the line. Set up four cones that are 12 inches inside the back line of the court. The cones should be spaced an equal distance apart. Divide your team into two groups and place the groups on opposite ends of the court.
One way to get your volleyball team to become closer and trust each other so that they can play like a team is by doing a team building drill. Enjoy!
FETCH. Probably my favorite drill on this list, Fetch is an EXCELLENT choice for teams looking to have fun, do some team bonding, and get in some conditioning. You only need two people on the court at a time, and they can switch partners after they’re off the court. Good for 3+ players.