coach or tosses over the net to next person ready to pass. b. 2 Sided= 2 passing lines on opposite sides of the court, to tossing lines opposite the passers and a target on each side of net in middle of court. Tossers toss over the net to passers and follow their toss to other side of net to become a passer.
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Try them to get kids and novice players excited about the game of volleyball! 1. Energy check Drill. When team energy dips, boost it with a quick energy check! Players place a volleyball between their knees, then clap out a rhythm on their thighs and hands, followed by a jubilant shout of “volleyball!” 2. Down Ball Hitting Drill
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This bumping drill teaches athletes where to place the ball on their forearms. This is a single person drill but can be turned into a competition if the coach wants to see who can bump the longest. Athletes should work on always hitting the ball with the same place on their forearms; this will keep the ball from flying in one direction or another.