To make the most of practice time and gym space, Nevada-based Silver State Volleyball Club gets creative with its training tools. Their gizmo collection includes a self-shagging system for hitting against the wall (with or without a setter), a block touch wall, a collection of PVC pipe blocking gadgets and a tarp that trains defenders to track ...
4’ x 4’ plywood (7/16” or 1/2” thick)2” x 4” lumber (11 pieces, all 4’ or less)1” x 6” lumber (3 pieces, all 4’ or less, use for bottom pieces and back brace)
Our media director and 12 Power assistant coach Shawn Pinkston takes some time to show you how to build a wooden box for practicing hitting, setting and pass...
2. 4ft x 8ft x 18in. We made these out of 1/2" or 3/4" plywood untreated for the box sides, tops and bottoms. We cut "handles" out of one of the sides and. sanded them off. We then put four rolling castors on the opposite side of the handles for ease of moving.
Brace the upright on three sides with 2-by-4-inch utility lumber that you position diagonally against the upright. Allow the concrete to completely cure before removing the braces. Stand an A-frame ladder below the hitting arm. Connect the clips on the cords of a spike trainer volleyball to the eye bolts on the hitting arm.
Improve your hitting placement when you train with the Tandem ® Volleyball Block Blaster. This package comes with two separate blocking devices that secure to the volleyball net for a controlled block. These two blockers can be used individually or in tandem to improve your spiking and hitting skills.
If you enjoyed these tips and would like to keep it close to you at any time, just save this pin to your Pinterest Volleyball Training Board. How to Hit a Volleyball for Effective Attacks You will often come up against tall players that have developed really good blocking skills .
Hit the ball into the rebounder, then hit the "set" that comes out of the rebounder. Garage door blocking The height of a garage door is usually around 7 feet, which makes it very close to a girls' or women's volleyball net height (7-4 1/8).
So, you’ll want to make sure that you warm up properly. The bonus is that even by doing some warmup drills by yourself, you’ll start to get a better feel of playing with the volleyball and improving those ball handling skills. Bounce the ball against the wall. Stand about 10-15 feet away from the wall.