How To Dig A Volleyball Cover More Court and Touch More Backrow Balls
Dig more volleyballs by watching the the ball, the setter, the ball and then the hitter when the opposing team attacks the ball.
Dig volleyball balls that are hit hard and fast by the opposing team's spikers!
Whether the ball comes right at you, lands close to you or if you have to take 2 -3 steps to run down a ball, the Ball-Setter-Ball-Hitter digging techniques taught in our Boot Camp classes help you cover more court and get more balls up in defense by being in the right place at the right time. Here's what you should do to anticipate where you need to be to dig volleyballs hit into your court.
How To Dig A Volleyball Watch The Ball. Then The Setter. Then Back To The Ball... Then Finally The Hitter After your team has served the ball over the net.... 1. Watch the pass as the other team passes the ball to their setter. 2. Then watch the setter to see how and who she's going to set the ball to. 3. Watch the ball as it travels to the hitter. 4. Watch the hitter to interpret quickly the best place for you to be while in the back row behind your blockers. 5. Make sure you are not behind the blockers and that you can see the hitter clearly as she hits the ball into your court.
How To Dig A Volleyball Cover More Court and Touch More Backrow Balls (Photo by Fossil Mike) Then shift your eyes to watch the ball as it comes towards you. You are lowering your hips at the same time so they are below the level of the oncoming ball, which helps you direct the ball into the air and keeps it on your team's side of the net once you contact the ball with your platform.
By keeping the ball on your side of the net, now its your team's turn to run an offensive play. Now, its your team's turn to send the ball to the opposing team's court floor so your squad scores a point.
Do You Follow Me on Instagram? Follow me on to improve your game even faster! Instagram @coach_apchap I share alot of individual, partner and easy-to-do volleyball serving drills we do in class with my followers. Many of these volleyball practice drills you can do at home by yourself or try at your next practice with your teammates. 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.
How To Dig AVolleyball: Where Do You Go Now? Okay here's where you need to go now! There are three options: Learn how to dig volleyball spikes, Digging and by clicking the Related Links below. Defense . Follow the suggested reading on our Sitemap page Learning How To Play (Sitemap) Or visit the pages in the How drop down menu at the to Play Volleyball section in the top of the page to get started. Before leaving this page Say "Hi" to Miss O.I Gotchu the Octopus wearing the #8 jersey below. Miss O.I. is the libero for the All Beast VolleyBragSwag All Star team.
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