The Art of Coaching Volleyball. Add this setting and quad strength drill to your arsenal of drills that can be easily done at home or in any space, inside or outside! How it works: Sit at a 90 degree angle against the wall in a wall-sit. Perform as many setting reps to yourself as you can, while maintaining the wall sit.
Strong legs are key in any volleyball skill. This workout combines fitness, mental strength, and setting, and can be done anywhere! For more free videos abo...
You’ll need a partner who will be the tosser, a chair, and a wall. Sit on the chair which should be about eight feet away from the wall. Find a target on the wall. Your partner, who is in front of you but slightly to the side, will toss the ball. Your goal is to set against the wall and catch it when it bounces back.
The tosser begins just slightly to the side in front of the setter. The tosser throws the ball and the setter must set against the wall and be able to catch the bounce. Agree on a spot on the wall as the target. You can use an air vent, a clock or other landmarks to assign a height to aim for. A taped square on the wall about 1’X1’ would be great.
6. Wall sit strength and setting drill. Sit at a 90 degree angle against the wall in a wall-sit. Perform as many setting reps to yourself as you can, while maintaining the wall sit. Once the legs fail, allow yourself to rest for one minute before performing another round. Keep track of how many you can do and record it in the box. Do this 3 times. 7. Laid back setting and core drill
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Bring Hands Together. You should be able to place a ball into this hand position and let the ball just sit there comfortably. 2. Open Up Your Hands. 3. Fingers to Shape of Ball. 4. Final Position. When setting a volleyball, the ball should only be contacted by your fingers and never the palms of your hands.
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One thousand is a great goal, so that would be 10 sets of 100 jumps. Wall Sits: This is where you prop yourself against the wall in a seated position with your feet shoulder-width apart. You hold this position as if you were sitting in a chair. Begin with 30 seconds at a time and work your way up to a minute.