C. Skill used to finish a point D. Hitting the ball to an empty part of the playing area E. More difficult of the two types of serves F. The serve used more by novices G. The boundary where the serve is made H. The apparatus used to divide the field of play I. Version of volleyball played six-on-six J. Version of volleyball played two-on-two
c. Progression for Training Setters (Coach at net; setters receive passes when in left back, right back and center back positions and sets to LF and RF.) 1) Technique training 2) Training for setter to move into position 3) Training for sets near the net in front court (coach in backcourt: LB, CB, & RB) 4) Training for backcourt sets
Progress to passing once players are comfortable with the forward and backwards movement. Progress with the following: Young players catch and then set, both short and deep tosses. YPlayers pass if the toss is short, and catch and set if the toss is deep. YThree players line up at the ten foot line.
play ball - this should be done BEFORE using any floor skill (don’t use floor skill to play ball) use floor skill to recover - AFTER playing ball, use sprawl or barrel roll to get up from playing a low ball and guickly return to ready position to play next ball blocking
Skill Progression Overhand Serve 27 Faults & Fixes Overhand Serve 28 Serve Drills (Underhand and Overhand) 29 Ball Toss Drill 29 Serve to Target Drill 29 Passing 31 Skill Progression Forearm Passing 32 Faults & Fixes Forearm Passing 33 Skill Progression Overhead Passing 34 Faults & Fixes Overhead Passing 36
Volleyball Training Solutions presents a defensive skill progression that KIVA volleyball club uses to help train their club athletes.
The seven basic skills of volleyball are: Forearm passing (also known as bumping) Volleying; Setting; Digging; Attacking; Blocking; Serving; Here is a brief explanation of each of the seven skills, and why they’re so important. 1. Forearm Passing or Bumping. By far one of the most basic skills in volleyball is passing, also known as bumping.
Purpose: Teach proper serving mechanics by building on a basic serving progression. How it Works: Players will kneel with one knee on the ground on the 10-foot line and practice their serving toss for…