Improve balance, stability, and ankle strength by using this lateral hop and hold drill at home. Begin with an athletic stance, knees bent, ready for the ball. Put your weight on your right foot and then jump to the left, landing on the ground once more in your athletic stance waiting for a few seconds.
Home Volleyball Workouts Leg Drills. Wall sits (3 sets. ... Quick Feet: Jump Rope Series. Repeat 3 times with a 1-minute rest between sets. Vary your training with this 5-minute... Abdomen Workout. Plank (3 sets. ... Arm Strength. When practicing your volleyball skills at home, concentrate on ...
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Volleyball Drills to Do at Home Without a Net or Court 1. Passing Skills. An easy way to practice passing at home or at a park is to find a large wall (like the outdoor wall... 2. Setting Skills. To practice setting at home, grab a ball and head to the kitchen (or anywhere with a hard floor) and... ...
In the same distance and partner facing stance as the pepper drill, have your partner toss the ball to you. Instead of tossing the ball exactly to you, their aim is to make you move by tossing the ball a little further behind you or short so you have to move forward or dive for it.
Watch this fun drill you can do at home by yourself as demonstrated by Karime. Full Court Setting Volleyball Drills - You Can Do At Home. Set To Yourself let the ball bounce then start again. Go for distance. Here are some combinations to try 1, 1, 2 1, 2, 4 1,1, 2,2, 4 1, 2, 1, 4, . Your turn, Have fun!
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When you do have a partner, you can always pepper (bump, set, hit), but sometimes it is nice to have a variety of drills. One drill you can do is to pass back and forth and test out the different types of passes. For example, you can change up from a quick pass to a low pass. Your partner could even throw in a lofty high pass to change up the difficulty. This variation will continue to keep you on your toes as well as help you gain more ball control.
Warm up for your volleyball workout by jogging for 20 minutes, then stretching your arms, shoulders, hamstrings, hip flexors and ankles (all the muscles you use most during volleyball). Leg Drills. Lunges (Sets/Reps: 3×20) Wall sits (3 sets.
Fun volleyball drills to do at home. Here's how to use a simple pass and set ball control drill to improve how to “read” and anticipate what an opposing player plans to do with the ball. The player closest to the net guides the drill making early decisions on where she’s going to set the ball to her partner, either three feet to her left or three feet to her right. .(swipe left Volume Up)