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1 Kari Hunt Course KH 3030 Sport Skill Notebook Volleyball

2 Table of Contents I. Teaching Progression Page 3 II. Underhand Serve Page 4 III. Float Serve Page 5 IV. Overhead Set Page 6 V. Forearm Pass Page 7 VI. Spike Page 8 VII. Block Page 9 2

3 I. Teaching Progression & Sequence Underhand Serve Float (Overhand) Serve Overhead Set Forearm Pass Spike Block 3

4 II. Underhand Serve CRITICAL ELEMENTS to mastering the underhand serve: Feet staggered, shoulder width apart with non- serving foot in front. Feet, hips, and shoulder face net with balanced body weight. Hold ball in non- serving hand at waist height on serving side of body. Keep palm open on serving hand for more control and keep eyes on the ball until contact is made. As serving arm swings forward like a pendulum, transfer weight to front foot. Keep eyes on the ball. Contact should be made with the palm or heel of hand and should be underneath the ball to lift it over net. 1. Partner Serve Over The Net - Purpose: To improve the skill of serving underhand. Description: Partners () face each other on opposite sides of the net and alternate hitting the underhand serve over the net. Each partner must stay behind baseline in order to practice legal serves Minute Drill/Superserver Competition - Purpose: To work on accuracy of underhand serve (or overhand) in a timed, pressure situation. Description: Students () will be divided into two or three teams and will line up on the same baseline. One student will be the retriever (R) on the opposite side of the net, who rolls the served balls back to the team. Each member of the team will attempt an underhand serve and receive a point for a good serve. After their serve, they rotate to the end of the line. This continues for 2 minutes. The team with the most points at the end of 2 minutes wins. Students must serve from behind the baseline and demonstrate proper technique. R R 3. Additional Drill: Serving Relay - Purpose: To work on underhand serve under pressure. Description: The group is divided into two equal teams. The first player from each team serves. After the player serves, they must go and retrieve their serve. If they miss their serve they must serve again, until they make their serve. Once the first player makes a serve and retrieves the ball they can give the ball to the second server. Continue until everyone has served. Source: 4

5 III. Float Serve CRITICAL ELEMENTS to mastering the float serve: Feet staggered, shoulder width apart with non- serving foot in front (facing target). Balanced body weight and knees fleed. Hold ball in non- serving hand at chest height on serving side of body. Toss ball in front of serving shoulder approimately 2 feet above your head (with no spin). Step and shift weight onto front foot. Bring serving arm up and back so your elbow is at ear level (aka Bow & Arrow position). Wrist is in locked position. Hand is open and contact to middle of ball is made with heel of the hand when the arm is fully etended. Transfer body weight to front foot but no follow through is made on ball. 1. Partner Serve Over The Net Purpose: To improve the skill of the overhand float serve. Description: Partners face each other on opposite sides of the net and alternate hitting the overhand float serve over the net. Each partner must stay behind baseline in order to practice legal serves. 2. Partner Target Toss Purpose: To practice accurately tossing the ball up in front of the serving shoulder for the serve. Description: Partners will take turns as servers, and will simulate tossing the ball in the air (appro. 2 feet above their head) so that it drops in front of the serving shoulder. A target is placed on the ground that the server will try to hit, which will indicate proper placement for the toss. Partners will attempt to get 10 tosses in a row on the target. 3. Additional Drill: Target Practice - Purpose: To improve accuracy and consistency in the overhand serve. Description: Three players on each side of the court line up as servers. All other players sit on the court, ensuring that there is an equal number of players on each side. Servers must attempt to hit their teammates, who are on the opposite side of the court. Once a teammate is hit, they jump up, retrieve the ball that hit them, and join their teammates across the court in the serving line. The first team to get all players up and in the serving line wins. Players should be sure to cover their heads and pay close attention during this and other volleyball serving drills, as the ball can hurt if athletes are not prepared. Source: drills/serving.html A A A B B B A A A B B B 5

6 IV. Overhead Set CRITICAL ELEMENTS to mastering the overhead set: Feet are shoulder width apart with body weight forward (heels slightly off the ground). Knees are fleed approimately 90 degrees. Ball should be aligned with forehead hairline. Arms are raised with elbows fleed at 90 degrees. Hands are approimately 6 inches above forehead, with the wrist fleed back. Fingers are spread with the thumbs pointing toward the nose (should form a triangular window for the ball. Thumbs should be approimately 3 inches apart. Ball contact should be made on the inside edge of the thumbs, inde, middle, and ring fingers. The setter must step into the ball; using the thighs to initiate force, contacting the ball with the hands, and finishing by fully etending the arms.. Weight should finish forward on the front foot (dominant foot), with the body facing the target. 1. Partner Consecutive Sets - Purpose: To improve the skill of overhead setting and to be able to control one of the most effective passing methods in volleyball. Description: Partners () will face one another approimately 8-10 feet away from each other and will attempt consecutive overhead sets back and forth. The partners should attempt to set the ball at least 8 feet high and set a goal of at least 20 consecutive sets. This drill can also be done with more players and be set up in a circle or triangle feet 2. Leader Ball - Purpose: To work on positioning and placement on the overhead set. Description: The coach will stand facing the players on the team who are in a single file line. The coach will use an overhead set to pass to the first person in line. The player will return the ball to the coach using the proper form for the set. That player will then run to the back of the line and the net person steps up ready to set it back to the coach. The object of the game is to hit it back to the coach quicker than the other teams. If the ball is dropped, the team must start over. COACH COACH #2 3. Additional Drill: Have a Seat Purpose: To develop arm and wrist strength essential in solid volleyball setting technique. Description: 2 partners () sit cross- legged about 8-10 feet apart from each other. They set the ball back and forth. The idea is to get a high arcing lob on the ball and to get it to the target. This drill can be difficult because the players are sitting down and legs are taken out of the set. However, it is an ecellent way to develop a young setter. Source: feet 6

7 IV. Forearm Pass (also known as Bump and Dig) CRITICAL ELEMENTS to mastering the forearm pass: Feet are shoulder width apart with body weight forward (heels slightly off the ground). Knees are fleed approimately 90 degrees and shoulders should be positioned in front of the knees. The hands are connected by pressing the pads of both thumbs together. Base of thumbs should be level. Different methods for clasping the hands are acceptable (back of one hand across palm of the other and a closed fist in the cupped fingers of the other hand). Arms reach out in front of body with elbows locked. The rebound of the ball will depend on the angle of the arms. Ball contact should be made approimately 2-6 inches above wrists on fleshy part of forearm. 1. Pass To Partner, Pass To Self Purpose: To improve positioning and technique on the forearm pass. Description: Part 1 - Partners () should stand at least 20 feet away from each other. One partner will toss the ball to the other who will return it with a forearm pass. Repeat for 10 successful passes and switch roles. Part 2 After each partner has successfully returned 10 bump passes, repeat the drill with no toss to each other. The goal now is to complete 20 successful bump passes back and forth to each other. Part 3 To add difficulty to the drill, each partner should bump the ball to themselves before bumping it back to their partner. 20 ft 2. Bump & Shag Drill Purpose: To work on proper bumping technique and the actual placement of the ball to a fellow teammate. Description: A group of three will consist of - a Center Forward (CF) who is on one side of the net and will be tossing the ball, a bumper (B) who will be eecuting the forearm pass off the toss, and a shagger (S) who will catch the ball from the bumper and roll it back under the net to the center forward. The bumper and shagger will be on the opposite side of the net from the center forward. After five tosses, the players rotate positions. CF B S 3. Additional Drill: Net Bumps Purpose: To work on quickness and agility, while also improving on left to right forearm passing. Description: The player starts close to the net, standing sideways to the net, and bumps the ball over to the other side. With the ball still in the air, the player runs under the net, establishes proper position and bumps the ball back over the net. The player continues bumping the ball over the net to himself/herself for at least 10 consecutive hits. Source: volleyball- bumping- drills/ VI. Spike 7

8 CRITICAL ELEMENTS to mastering the spike: Approach should start feet from the net depending on the stride of the attacker. Attacker must run at an angle towards the net. Footwork consists of a 4 step approach: 1) A short step with the same side foot as striking arm, 2) A bigger, elongated step in the direction of the ball with the opposite foot, 3) Net is almost a simultaneous step with the same foot as striking arm, 4) Finally a quick step close brings the feet together for the takeoff Step Approach Without a Ball Purpose: To work on the footwork necessary in an eplosive spike at the net. Description: Players will line up approimately feet from the net. They will practice their approach at the net using the proper 4 steps listed above. He/she should practice their footwork until they feel confident in their 4 step approach and are able to eplode off the last step into their attack/spike. Net ft Deep Court Attack Purpose: To work on the timing and footwork for the approach to a spike and to improve spiking technique. Description: The coach (C) will start the drill by tossing the ball 20 feet in the area (approimately 10 feet away from the net). The first player () on the team will start in the middle of the court and will approach the ball (at game speed) and hit the ball over the net. The player should attempt to hit the ball deep, aim for the corners, and try to get top spin on the ball. Each player should attempt 10 spikes. C 10 ft 3. Additional Drill: Reactions Purpose: To improve reaction time and ball placement for the hitter. Simulates game situations. Description: One partner (T) tosses the ball into a position where it can be hit over the net. The other partner () makes an approach and jumps to attack. The coach then calls out in mid air either line, cross- court (angle) or tip. This develops a player s natural reaction to changing their attack position in the air. Source: Cross court! C T VII. Block CRITICAL ELEMENTS to mastering the block: 8

9 Feet are parallel in stance and shoulders are parallel to net. Blocker should stand 6-12 inches from net with knees slightly fleed. Hands are positioned at shoulder height in front of the body, with fingers spread and palms facing net. Elbows are fleed and forearms are perpendicular to the floor. To jump into the block, knees should fle to approimately 100 degree angle and push off should be equal with both legs. Arms should etend straight into the air parallel with the net. As hands clear the top of the net, the blocker should push them across as much as possible without touching the net. Angling the outside hand towards the court will help deflect the ball inward. 1. Blocking Footwork Purpose: To work on the ready position and footwork necessary to eecute a strong block. Description: No ball is needed. Multiple players () line up facing the net (at an arm length away). Each player will take a short shuffle step and jump straight up, etending the arms and hands as high as possible (without touching the net). Players should attempt to land in the same spot they took off from. 2. Keep Eyes on Hitter Purpose: To make the blocker aware of the hitter and not just the ball. Description: Players can be divided into groups of 3. One player is a tosser (T), one player is a hitter (H), and one player is a blocker (B). 1) The tosser stands behind the 10 ft line behind the blocker and tosses the ball over the head of the blocker to the other side of the net to the hitter. 2) The hitter will make an approach and attack on the ball while 3) the blocker attempts to block the hit. The blocker should try to get at least 8 out of 10 blocks. After 10 attempts, players can rotate positions T B H NET 3. Additional Drill: Block Jump to Ball Purpose: To work on solid blocking technique and proper positioning of the hands. Description: A player or coach (C) will be on one side of the net holding the ball above the net. The blocker (B) will be on the opposite side of the net attempting a block on the ball. It may be easiest to have the person holding the ball be standing on a chair. The person holding the ball can move the ball to a different spot before the player jumps. For eample, to make the blocker block a ball hit down the line, the person holding the ball can move the ball to the blockers right. The blocker then gets in position and jumps up to block line placing the hands into the correct blocking position (blocking line). Source: and- power- for- volleyball.com/volleyball- blocking- drills.html C B NET 9

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