Volleyball Drills For Kids Players Who Like Tennis and Short Court
Tennis and short court one vs one are two fast paced volleyball drills for kids that get you ready for scrimmages and game like drill situations in practice.
Tennis has become one of my favorite volleyball drills for kids.
Tennis doesn't have to only be played by adults on a tennis court..because kid players can play too.
Using two of the basic volleyball skills, setting and passing as a way to get the ball over the net, tennis "volleyball-style" helps players work on finding an open space on the court so they can score points and win matches.
Volleyball Drills For Kids Full Court Tennis
Just like regular tennis each player gets one contact which can be a sett attack or a bump attack...no overhand hitting in this version.
The idea is to find open spaces on the court so strategically place the ball...just like table tennis you need to keep your head on swivel and use wide vision to see all open areas of the court.
Players can enter in on both sides when one side loses or everyone can enter in from one side.
Tennis is a fun fast paced game that requires fast feet, quick reactions and an aggressive "attack" attitude.
Volleyball Drills For Kids Short Court One on One
Beginner short court one vs one is one of our favorite volleyball drills for kids practice.
Another one of the fun volleyball drills for kids I like to do is short court one vs one.
Similar to tennis but on a shorter court, this drill tests your quick reflexes, wide vision and ability to see the open areas on a smaller court.
Fun Volleyball Drills For Kids: One vs One, Only One Contact Per Side, Short Court
The opposite of "flow" is king or queen of the court where the winner of each rally stays on the "king" side and earns a point while the loser goes off the court and gets in line behind the new server who has a chance to step up and play.
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.
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