Both Wall Hitting and Wall Blocks are beginner volleyball drills that can be done alone. It's important for beginning players to realize there is a lot they can do on their own to make themselves a better player.
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Volleyball drills are functional exercises that intensify team and player volleyball skills. There are many volleyball drills that teams and players can use to enhance and further strengthen their talents in all game sectors. These volleyball drills for beginners can support the players to increase repetitions in multiple skills and positions.
Volleyball Burpee Passing Drill. Train players to move with the ball in this progression of the low catch passing drill. After catching the ball in a low position, players tap it on the floor to the right, middle, and left of their bodies, then pop up to a standing position. 8. Deliver and Pop Serve Drill.
The Triangle volleyball drill is one of the best and easiest beginner volleyball drills. This drill helps beginners learn how to move to the volleyball with a side to side shuffle. In addition, it teaches players how to get to the volleyball and plant their feet so players can hit the ball back to their target.
Working with younger players? Check out our collection of volleyball drills for beginners – including basic techniques for passing, setting, attacking, serving, blocking and digging.
Toss & Pass. Toss and pass is one of the most basic volleyball drills for beginners and it’s important to learn since it involves the principles of passing. If you’re new to volleyball, you want to begin by having someone toss to the ball since it’s the easiest to pass.
There should be a minimum of three players for this drill. Assign each player the particular number or alphabet, i.e., A, B, and C. Player B will stand in between players A and C. All players will maintain a suitable distance of 3 feet or more, as per choice. Player A will pass the ball to player C by hitting it.