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Terry Liskevych walks us through this simple drill that focuses on ball control in defense, setting, and hitting. For more free videos about volleyball drill...
This Dig Hit Drill or Pass Hit Drill is a 2 vs 2 volleyball drill that forces hitters to be very aggressive. In this drill hitters must attack on the second ball as only two contacts are allowed. The drill requires the first pass or dig to be high and to the center of the court. By hitting the ball high and to the center, the hitter will have an opportunity to take a swing. This teaches the hitter to be aggressive to get in position and attack every ball that comes her way.
Purpose: Work on dig to set transitions as well as covering the ball as if a blocker were present. How it works: Have one player in each back-row position. A coach will be in right front and another coach will be in left front to hit balls at the players. The setter is determined by which back-row player digs the hard-driven ball.
Purpose: Work on dig to set transitions as well as covering the ball as if a blocker were present. How it works: Have 1 player in each back-row position. A coach will be in right front and another coach will be in left front to hit balls at the players. The setter is determined by which back-row player digs the hard-driven ball.
Drill: Dig and Set Back. Synopsis: This is a useful drill which focuses on both controlled digging and setting an out of system ball. Age/Skill Level: This is a drill for intermediate to advanced players. Execution: Begin with a coach in either the OH or RS position at the net, in the diagonally opposite defensive position, and one more players ...
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Dig set hit volleyball drill. Terry Liskevych goes over the Dig-Set-Hit at The Art of Coaching Volleyball Portland Clinic. This drill is a team ball control drill. More info: ...
Team-on-3-Digging Drill is the type of volleyball digging drill that teaches volleyball players how to react to serves in the best possible way. It’s important to know that at least four volleyball players (3 diggers and 1 server) participate in this drill. Three volleyball players (3 diggers) have to go to defensive side of the court.
Passing Drill . The aim of volleyball is to keep the ball in motion. Digging is a defensive move meant to keep the ball in the air after it has been lobbed over the net from the other side. Before you learn to dig you must learn to pass. A basic passing drill requires at least two players. Spread yourselves a good distance from one another. Commence the drill by tossing easy passes to one another.