OHSVCA COACHES’ CLINIC... skills, drills & more! Presented by: Tina Jasinowski, Alter Girls' & Boys' Varsity Volleyball Coach Page 4 footwork drills (GREAT for WARM-UPS) Jump Rope One of the BEST footwork drills... Have players do a combination of regular, two-footed jumps; 1-footed jumps; "running" jumps (where they
Also known as the bump, is the most used skill to pass the ball. 1. Put your arms out straight in front of you. 2. Make a fist with one hand, and have your other hand flat. - Then wrap your hand around your fist. 3. Bend your knees and step forward to pass. 4.
Volleyball Fundamentals: The 6 Skills You Need Serving. As a new player, this is the first major hurdle you face, can you serve the ball? When it’s your turn, it can... Passing. Passing is when you are making the first contact as the ball comes over the net. Whether you’re receiving the... Setting. ...
The ball may bounce between each hit if needed. Use a ball that has a decent bounce for this activity. Players may use passing, setting and serving skills. If they are ready, you can add the spike! Mini-Volleyball. Once your students have the skills to hit the ball without a bounce, they are ready for Mini-Volleyball. This game involves 6 students per “court” where 2 hold a rope for a net, 2 are on one side of the net, and the final 2 on the other.
• First student in 1 line has volleyball and tosses to first student in other line. • As soon as student releases toss, he or she runs to end of other line. • When student receives toss/pass, he or she immediately overhead passes volleyball to next student in other line and runs to end of other line. • Pattern repeats. Action should be continuous and vigorous.
VOLLEYBALL LESSON 1 K-1st GRADE ACTIVITY # 1 Forearm Pass Forearm Pass: Pretend to sit in chair, Arms straight, Interlock hands, Contact, Follow through (have students stand up as they follow through). • Have all students shadow practice each cue as you say it. Skill becomes more fluid as you call out cues more rapidly.
These days, volleyball is played by many groups: from primary school children to mothers’ clubs to Olympians, in 217 nations and regions. It is one of the three most popular sports in the world and has grown to be one of the main disciplines of the Olympics. The reason for this outstanding success is that volleyball is a highly versatile sport.
Volleyball Battleships: A volleyball twist on a classic table-top game! perfect to practice form and accuracy. Scrambled Eggs: Great way to practice teamwork, and gives instructor a chance to rove and observe form and teach when necessary. Lifesaver Volley: Tag mixed with volleyball! Students enjoy this game because most of them get to be the lifesaver where they can ‘save’ someone and it is also a fun way to reinforce volleying skills.