The Art of Coaching Volleyball. Follow. Instead of passing or ball handling, Mike Talamantes warms up his ASICS MAVS 18-1 team with a serving drill. Talamantes starts practice by asking each player to hit 10 balls in each of the 6 zones. He prefers individual serving to group serving and particularly likes this drill because it "makes every player hit every single zone."
Volleyball Serve Warm Ups 2 Warm Up A relaxed swing aiming about 5 metres in front of the server, to warm up shoulder muscles
Volleyball Warm-Up No.8: Serving. This drill requires an equal amount of players on either side of the net and a ball for each player. This is just a quick serving warm-up. Players spread themselves out across the back line and serve the ball to the other side. Both sides are serving at once so there are always balls coming over to grab and serve back.
Check out this drill from Debbie Brown that adds a competitive spin on a classic warm-up! July 10, 2018 - Videos , Serving Technique , Passing Technique , Warmup Drills , Passing Drills , Serving Drills
The 20 best volleyball warmups, stretches and exercises. Pick 5 to 10 exercises from the 20 choices listed. Include at least one exercise from each component: balance, core and dynamic stretch. The 20 best volleyball warmups and stretches are: High knee hug; High knees; High knees laterally; Sumo squat; Quad stretch; Baby skips; Spider-man exercise
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This warm-up will focus on ball control of a ball coming over the net. This volleyball drill will focus on digging, setting, and returning a controlled ball to their partner on the other side of the net. Setting and Overhead Passing Warm-up. This volleyball setting and overhead passing warm-up focuses on setting and passing with the overhead pass.
The warm ups go as follows just before the match both teams have a 5 minute shared on there respective sides of the net. Then each team has a 5 minute on court (hitting) and 5 off court (digging usually)…. it’s the 5 minutes hitting that I wanted help with or to do something different with.
(especially when moving to the right/left) and jump straight up (not to the side, not into net) body position - blocker’s hips/shoulders should be facing to the middle-back of the opponent’s court arm movement - reach arms up and “press” from shoulders with a shrug-like motion