These volleyball drills to improve passing are to help you when you pass...
When passing don't forget you want to
Remember, to pass a ball, you should
It does happen quickly, but as your forearm passing gets better by using this sequence, you'll see a marked improvement in your passing skills and your ability to get the ball to the target.
Two servers vs One passer server vs passer drill
One server is at full court and one is at midcourt and as soon as the passer passes the second server serves so there's a specific rhythm for a predetermined amount of total serves.
Servers can work on
Two groups of three players
Goal: To review the passing responsibilities in each passing zone - left back and right back passers.
Left back passers passing in Zone 5 have to take the their deep left seam and short balls in front of them while right side passers work on passing their left deep seam (depending on where the server is, right deep seam if the serve is coming from Zone 5.)
I'll instruct the throwers to throw 10 balls to work the left deep seam so throwing to the left of the passer to make them have to shuffle deep to the end line before passing the ball with good technique.
Everyone rotates so the target passes next, the passer goes to throw and the thrower is now the target catching passes.
After three warmup rounds with throws...remember I'm also coaching and checking the thowers to make sure their throwing arm is using the same correct technique used when doing a float serve. ...then the first server goes back and now serves again using a standing floater.
Server vs Passer Full Cross Court drill has one server serving cross court in a rhythmic fashion to a cross court passer working on court responsibilities and passing accuracy.
This is a great passing warmup drill in order to practice controlling the ball.
During warmups I give players several callouts so they can pass to themself and then
Another combination of bump-set-spike call outs I'll make during warmups will include a way to side set, front bump and back bump.
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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.
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