major skills of volleyball—serving, receiving, setting, attacking, blocking, and dig- ging, as well as the tactics of team defense, team offense, and transition—will be presented and discussed in a way so that you can apply them to any level of play.
Basic Fundamental Skills of Volleyball and 8-Week Training Program Common Errors – Causes – Corrections Knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of volleyball, common errors, and suggested corrections will enable a coach to provide efficient and effective teaching and coaching strategies for every athlete. The
OHSVCA COACHES’ CLINIC... skills, drills & more! Presented by: Tina Jasinowski, Alter Girls' & Boys' Varsity Volleyball Coach Page 3 fundamental skills checklist (continued) hitting flamingo - these are the last two steps of your approach to hit and they should always be the same: a step-close, almost like a hop (very
Volleyball Skills Checklist Setting AchievedNeeds Work Hand position on ball - form a triangle on ball with thumbs and index fingers, then spread apart so that hands wrap around sides of ball Ball contact - hands should be up at forehead when contacting ball , ALWAYS set from near the forehead Shoulders square w/target – shoulders/hips should always
e. Volleyball is a visual motor sport with the emphasis on the visual. Basic Drills for each skill 1. Passing drills a. Toss, Pass, Catch : Partner/coach tosses ball player passes off platform and partner/coach catches ball and repeats. 20 reps and switch. Focus is on hands and wrists together and straight and simple arms. b.
Beginner Volleyball Drills Note: For ALL drills, you can add bonus points if a player does something you are working on, like calling the hall, using straight and simple, pursuing a ball, etc. PASSING/MOVEMENT @ Sv^SvcJvc Serve vs. Serve Receive • Servers serve to three passers. (Coach can toss in ball if
Sports Education Volleyball Unit Introduction to Volleyball A. What do students know about volleyball? Ruleš Skills General knowledge History a. Organized in United States, Springfield College, Massachusetts b. Known as YMCA game Vocabulary/Verbal Cues platform window target tempo Equipment knowledge A. Put up net/Take down net Care of equipment
7) For a proper understanding of the sport, children should be taught the theory of volleyball skills and techniques in addition to the tactics. 8) Proper conditions should be in place in order to maintain the children’s interest in volleyball.
VOLLEYBALL BASIC RULES STUDY GUIDE SERVE Server must serve from completely behind the end line. Serve may be done overhand or underhand, with underhand being the easiest to learn. The ball must be visible to opponents before the serve. A legal serve may hit the net and continue over.