This volleyball passing drill instills a habitually athletic approach to passing by demanding the passer to be in an athletic stance throughout the drill. Drill Setup: Two players will be designated to toss the ball and stand facing each other about 12 feet apart.
The drill is fast-paced and designed to get a lot of passing done in a short time period. Note: Player No.3 should toss the second ball before No.2 has caught the first. That way the drill is executed rapidly. Toss Catch Drill. Drill Description: One player tosses the ball at another who passes it back. The idea is to develop consistency in basic passing skills and to make sure passer is correctly using legs not arms and wrist when they pass.
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Volleyball Passing Drills. These volleyball passing drills are used to train fore arm passing, and developing total passing ball control. Volleyball Passing Drills. Passing: Middle or Lateral. This volleyball drill will practice decision making between lateral and inside the body passing. Perfect Passes
Volleyball Passing Drills One of the toughest volleyball skills to master, use these passing and serve receive drills to improve passing technique and help your players become confident at serve receive.
Volleyball Drills for Passing. Four-Person Pepper Drill. This drill is good for warm-up because it's game-like. The purpose of the drill is to use passing skills while being game-like using ball control. Setup. The court is divided in half length wise. A setter and hitter begin at the net on each side of the court.
Repeat the drill until one player reaches 10 points (or over). Once a player reaches 10 repeat the drill however make the players pass from a different position. For example if they just passed from 6, the next time make the players pass from position 5. This way players will get used to passing from different positions and different angles.
The control partner passes a high ball 6-8 feet in the air. The “working partner” takes 2-3 steps forward to get feet and hips to the ball and passes the ball to the control partner after which they back pedal 2 -3 big steps backwards to pass a deep ball from the “control partner”.
The feeder will throw the balls onto the opposite side one after the other, the defenders job is to touch ten balls before they contact the ball. To ensure this drill is as challenging as possible the feeder should mix up where the ball is thrown and how quickly after each ball is fed the next one is thrown in.