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 Making Volleyball Drills Effective 
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Making Volleyball Drills Effective
by: Bryan Watson



The volleyball drill is supposed to do several things. First, it should train the players to develop a set of skills that they can not get without repetition and continuous training. Second, it should teach your team to play well together making them unstoppable. Thirdly, it should help to develop muscle tone and strength in the necessary areas. And, the volleyball drill is also necessary to teach players how to react during a game in certain situations. But, why is it then that players hate to do the volleyball drill?

One reason for this is the repetition. No one likes to do the same thing over and over again. But, it could be that they do not understand what they are trying to learn from the volleyball drill either. In this case, provide them with the knowledge they need and they will improve faster during the volleyball drill.

There are several types of volleyball drills that need to be considered for every level of player.

* Attacking is one volleyball drill every player needs to have. In this case, some volleyball drills that could be done include approach and attack, drills that will teach middles to follow ball and beat ball to setter, cover self, defense to hitting transition as well as others.

* A key element that should be taught through a volleyball drill or two is control. There are many types of drills here including 2 X 2 tip drill, 4 X 2 Pepper as well as cross court pepper and a number of others all to teach ball control through volleyball drills.

* Defense volleyball drills are crucial to the successful game. From teaching aggressiveness, to practice digging balls to the responsibilities of players, these volleyball drills are necessary.

* Other important skills that your volleyball team needs to learn through the volleyball drill includes blocking, passing, serving and setting.

Probably the most important of all volleyball drill options is the team drill. All teams need to learn to work together, not to work individually, at making the team a success. Only then can a volleyball drill be effective at teaching students how to win. Both players and coaches can find awesome drills to use to teach these techniques online.

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Bryan Watson has enjoyed over 35 years of fresh air leisure pursuits, and has a passion to help as many people enjoy the great outdoors life to the fullest. He therefore has built a site dedicated to providing as much practical and helpful advice to help other people do the same. http://www.outdoors-life.com/index.asp? ... subname=18.




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