Don't have an account? Already have an account? Learn to teach the basics and beyond with this extensive coaching course that covers all aspects of the game in more than 35 volleyball drills and tips videos developed specifically for youth players. The Volleyball Drills and Tips Library provides parents, coaches, and team volunteers with all of the technical expertise you need to help kids develop essential skills and play better.
Whether you are a novice or veteran coach, these techniques will get the job done! Allison Lebar The perfect resource for coaches and parents. The perfect lessons for youth players Follow. He serves as the President and Technical Director of the club. He has 27 years of high school and club experience winning many state titles. She has consistently led her program to the New York state tournament.
Lebar bases her instruction on volleyball fundamentals. View all courses in "volleyball". Please enter your Coupon: About this Course Learn to teach the basics and beyond with this extensive coaching course that covers all aspects of the game in more than 35 volleyball drills and tips videos developed specifically for youth players. Course Contents 1 Volleyball Skills: Basic Volleyball Stance Free Basic Passing Technique Four-Spot Passing Drill Lateral Passing Drill Superman Passing Drill Free Tummy Touch Passing Drill Self-Pass, Angle the Platform Forearm Passing - Serve Reception Two-way Forearm Passing The 3 step approach would be, left-right-left for right handed attackers, right-left-right for left handed attackers.
Your last two steps are the ones that matter the most. First concentrate on learning the last two before working on 3 or 4 step approaches. Get Instant Access to my Attack Drills. Really focus on stepping quickly especially the last couple in order to maximize your jump height. Swing your arms back. By swinging your arms back you will take advantage of elastic energy and your nervous systems stretch reflex which can add inches to your vertical.
Bring both your arms up. By bring both your arms up you will continue with the momentum of going up which will help maximizing your height. Also, you will be in a better body position to hit. Contact the ball in front of your hitting shoulder. This develops a consistent armswing. Volleyball techniques of a hitters footwork jumping from the correct spot have a big influence on you hitting the ball in your sweet spot.
Put top-spin on the ball. Being able to put top-spin on the ball when you hit allows you to have better angles when hitting, thus more court to hit into.
Having good court vision involves making good judgments while watching the setter, the ball, and hitters. The better you are able to judge where the ball is being passed, the better you can predict what the setter is going to do with it. Get Instant Acces to my Block Drills. Identify the front row players. All the blockers should know who the front row players are before the serve.
Also, identify the setter as front row or back row to know if the setter can legally attack the second ball. The volleyball techniques shuffle and crossover step are used to move into optimal blocking position. The shuffle technique is probably easiest because the hips stay square to the net. The crossover is harder because you turn your hips during the movement and you need to get squared back up to the net before you jump.
The crossover is better for when you have to travel far to get in position to block because you can get there faster than shuffling. Wide fingers and thumbs up when blocking. Keep the fingers spread wide and tight and thumbs pointing up to prevent jamming your fingers. Volleyball techniques for your blocking hands. Angle your hands to block the ball into your opponents court. The outside blocker should reach and penetrate a little more with the outside hand.
This will give that outside hand a little better angle for blocking the ball into the court and not out of bounds. Start in a defensive position lined up around the block. Know what area your blockers are going to take up line or angle. Cushion hard driven balls. You should try to absorb the hit with your arms to keep the ball on your side of the net.
If you can keep the ball on your side, your team has a better chance of winning the rally with your setter setting an attacker. Volleyball techniques for going to the floor. Players are encouraged to stay on their feet when making plays on the ball. From a low defensive position, a player might collapse to the ground in order to make a last second move to play the ball.
The collapse is used most often when a ball falls shorter than anticipated. Anticipating the ball falling out in front of them, a defender might use the sprawling technique to take a lunge forward and reach to make a play.
Sprawling volleyball techniques are just like the collapse except the defender has time to take a step and reach. This is similar to the sprawl except the body is more in an airborne position when making a the play. Defensive players can perform a pancake to save a ball from hitting the floor. The pancake is similar to a sprawl except the fingers are spread firmly and placed on the ground to meet the ball. Pancaking can be one of the good volleyball techniques of playing a ball because if you perform a good pancake, you often will get a good bounce that will allow your teammates to keep the ball in play.
Shoulder or barrel roll.