Reading the hitter drill. John Dunning. Follow. Former Stanford Head Coach ('01-'16) Purpose: To work on reading whether the hitter is hitting a hard ball at your platform, a floater at your head, or is tipping the ball short. How it works: One player is in middle back with the coach at the net.
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Rounds 5 and 6, we go back to cross-court and downline, but from the right side/opposite position. DRILL SUMMARY. ROUND 1: Hit from outside to cross-court only until the defense gets 3 pass-set-hit’s over the net. ROUND 2: Hit from outside to downline only until the defense gets 3 pass-set-hit’s over the net.
Look at the Shoulder. One of the best and easiest ways to read the hitter is by looking at their hitting shoulder. The position of the shoulder gives a lot away in volleyball and it is hard to disguise a player’s intentions once you know what to look out for.
Learn how to read hitters, what signs to look for, and what position to be in! It's challenging to react to a ball that's being spiked 40--70 miles per hour...
This tip drill teaches the defenders to read the setter and the hitter in an attempt to determine what type play the offense is getting ready to use. The defending team must control five balls in 1 minute in order to rotate out. Coach Johnson also shares his NO GO Rule which states that if a team does not pursue a ball the lose all of their points.
What are some great volleyball hitting drills? 1. Hitting Drills For The Back Row. 2. Advanced Hitting Drills. 3. Hitting Drills For One Person (Solo) Hitting Drills For The Back Row Back Row Attacks With Ball Control. For this drill, the team is split half on each side of the court. Each side starts with a player in the back middle position and a setter.
The drill itself is designed to teach hitters to attack line or cross-court, not hit right into the blocker. To start the drill, have a group of the hitter-passers line up at the service line and put a setter at the net. A coach will initiate play by tossing balls over the net to a passer-hitter, who passes, then swings out wide, makes an ...
Make sure the players are reading the block and altering their position based on the blocking players. This volleyball 3v3 drill is great to teach your offense how to read and react to the defense. Players are forced to read whether the defense has blockers and must react to each scenario.
It’s also important for the setter to have great communication and chemistry with the hitter because they have to work well together to execute attacks. These 5 setting drills will help you with all that and they are: Setting the Fan; Catch It in the Cone; Figure Eight; Four in a Row; Point Pass; Click here to read more.
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