Volleyball Serving Drills 10 Serves In Purpose To reinforce the principles of a proper serve technique and of serving it inside the court Setup Divide your players into groups of 3-4Give each group 2-3 ballsTwo groups will start, one
All players must be seated within the time limit to “win” the drill. Purpose: This volleyball serving drill adds an element of fun, while tasking players to display pin point accuracy. A time limit for success creates a pressurized environment. Drill Setup: All players are on the serving line, with baskets of balls available
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Fun Volleyball Serving Drills Serve ‘n Sprint. This highly effective drill teaches players to sprint on the court directly after they serve the ball. Divide team into two groups.
The Drill 1. Players compete one pair at a time. Serve attempting to serve six balls in order to the designated location. Two balls to zone 1, 2 balls to zone 6, and 2 balls to zone 5. 2. The server gets 3 points for a serve into the correct zone. 1 point for a serve into any other zone, and 0 points for a missed serve. 3. The server's partner feeds balls to the server and calls out the score after each serve.
Volleyball Serving Drill - Ten Zones. This volleyball serving drill will put pressure on the server to concentrate and make an accurate serve. These volleyball serving drills focus on all aspect of serving for accuracy.
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Volleyball Serving Drills Try these drills to help your players develop a tough and consistent serve, and master different serves like the float, jump float and top spin.
Serving zones in volleyball is a tough skill to master. But if you can pick apart their serve receive with your serving selection, you will definitely have the upper hand in any volleyball match. Getting extra reps with zone serving is fun with this Around the World drill.
Arm Swing. The next stage in the overhand serve process is the arm swing. The arm swing required for overhand serving is much like the hitting action when spiking the ball. This means the arm hitting arm should be cocked back with elbows up nice and high whilst the non-hitting arm goes up to face the target.