Learn to “drop” your hips faster in defense! Many Vegas players in defense stand too high. You need to get comfortable with dropping low to the floor...fast while keeping your shoulders in front of your knees!
You have to drop your hips fast below the level of the oncoming hard hit in order to get the ball up. Semiprivate training with Coach April. Watch Brooklyn get the last three up!
Digging Volleyball Skills Why do you dig in volleyball?
By digging a ball, a player is keeping it from
hitting the ground so the opposing team scores
creates an opportunity for your team to counterattack and run an offense in an attempt to score during a rally
A Digging Volleyball Tutorial Where's Your Volleyball Ready Position To Dig A Ball?
A Digging Volleyball Tutorial: To dig a volleyball, its your job to place yourself in the path of the oncoming ball that's been hit by an opposing team's hitter.
To dig the volleyball you need to know where to stand in the court.
You can't dig what you can't see.
So, you need to place yourself in a ready position in volleyball where you can watch the opposing hitter hit the ball into your court.
In order to do that (depending on the defense your team is running) you need to stand outside of the block where you can see the hitter hit the ball.
That means you need to be standing outside of the shadow of your blockers but in the path of the oncoming ball.
Digging volleyball attack hits how does it work?
At the same time, you present your platform in front of you, you block the path of the ball so it contacts your forearms and is deflected up in the air towards the middle of your court close to your team's ten foot line.
A Digging Volleyball Tutorial How can you dig better in volleyball?
If you're a B team or JV player trying to make varsity next year...your goal should be to complete 1000 reps a day of at least three of the basic skills on your own...volleyball passing, serving and setting should be at the top of the list.
Volleyball Tips Where Do You Go Now?
Okay here's where you need to go now! There are three options: