Sierra Leone is not a beginner but here she demonstrates what newbie players are aiming to look like when they learn how to pass a volleyball well. Here are some ideas for volleyball drills for beginners you can do at home.
These volleyball drills for beginners drills are what to do at home after you've learned the basic setting and passing skills.
How to use this simple pass and set ball control drill to improve how to “read” and anticipate what an opposing player plans to do with the ball and where you should be in order to pass or set it to your target.
Like in most beginner volleyball drills, one player will "guide" the drill while the other player "works" the drill.
In the video, the player closest to the net guides the drill making early decisions on where she’s going to set the ball to her partner, either three feet to her left or three feet to her right.
The “working” player starts in front of their partner and “reads” the body language of the "guide" partner quickly enough to understand and anticipate where they intend to send the ball.
Learning how to do this is important because in a game situation you’ll need to be able
Or you need to read and anticipate whether you think they are going to tip it.
For this drill the working partner “reads” the setting hands and then tracks the ball as quickly as possible before using a shuffle step to get to the place she thinks will land ...before the ball gets there.
In practice we work on believing what you see.
A lot of times you see the ball, where it’s going to land but you don’t move for it because you question in your mind whether you’re “seeing” the right thing.
We work on reacting to what we see, no question.
Then we work on “beating” the ball to where we think it’s going to land, not timing it. If you get there at the same time as the ball, you’re late.
Read it. Believe it. Move.
Front/Back Bump volleyball drills for beginners although some time monotonous are
Whether you do drills at home by yourself, or doing them in practice with your teammates, it's best to get in the habit of setting mini goals for yourself to reach in order to complete each drill.
Many of these beginner volleyball 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.
Your three options are:
What Are You Looking For?
Thanks for stopping by. Hope you learned something today that will help you reach your volleyball goals.
Be sure to subscribe to my email newsletter so you can learn more each week!
Stay strong! Stay motivated!
to my email newsletter below!
Jun 08, 23 12:01 AM
Jun 08, 23 12:00 AM
Jun 07, 23 11:57 PM
New! CommentsHave your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.