I have put together 10 solo volleyball drills that you can try at home. I included all basic skills, including passing, setting, armswing, serving, and blocking. You can check them out in the video below, and all you need is a ball and a wall. While you’re at it, make sure to keep your shoulder healthy with these exercises.
10 at-home volleyball drills you can do with just a ball and a wall! Don't let being stuck at home stop you from getting your volleyball training in!☆ SUBSCR...
This drill can be done in different ways. To help start with working on control of your set, try setting the ball while lying on your back. Make sure to have your knees bent. Have your hands 6 to 8 inches above your face, with your hands on the ball in the proper setting position. Your thumb and forefingers should form a triangular window.
In this article, you'll find easy-to-practice volleyball drills that only require a ball, your home or a park, and sometimes a partner. They are perfect for summer training or when you cannot get into a gym or onto a court.
Hey everyone!In this video I demonstrate simply passing to yourself; this is especially helpful for beginner volleyballers! The way I show in my video solely...
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Player 2: Bumps. Player 1: Sets. Player 2: Spikes. And so on…. The purpose of peppering is to play with as much control as possible, while still spiking hard enough to get a good warmup. This is a great warmup drill before a game, or as a standalone way of playing some volleyball when there’s only 2 players.
SIDE BAR Both Wall Hitting and Wall Blocks are beginner volleyball drills that can be done alone. It's important for beginning players to realize there is a lot they can do on their own to make themselves a better player. 1 on 1 Setting Drill. This is a good drill for developing consistent setting skills through repetitions setting. Have two players set back and forth to each other over the net.
The Triangle volleyball drill is one of the best and easiest beginner volleyball drills. This drill helps beginners learn how to move to the volleyball with a side to side shuffle. In addition, it teaches players how to get to the volleyball and plant their feet so players can hit the ball back to their target.