Passing Drill . The aim of volleyball is to keep the ball in motion. Digging is a defensive move meant to keep the ball in the air after it has been lobbed over the net from the other side. Before you learn to dig you must learn to pass. A basic passing drill requires at least two players. Spread yourselves a good distance from one another. Commence the drill by tossing easy passes to one another.
Four VolleyballDigging DrillsThe Pressure Repetitive Hitting Drill. One digger is placed in the middle of the court with myself and one or two of my assistant coaches on the same side of the net as the diggers. Coaches are in Zone 4 and Zone 2 and sometimes in Zone 3. Hitters and diggers half court distance apart.
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Team-on-3-Digging Drill is the type of volleyball digging drill that teaches volleyball players how to react to serves in the best possible way. It’s important to know that at least four volleyball players (3 diggers and 1 server) participate in this drill. Three volleyball players (3 diggers) have to go to defensive side of the court.
Digging The Wall (Solo Drill) In this drill you toss the ball to the wall, then hit it and then dig your rebound. At first don’t hit the ball very hard, it’s going to be challenging to pick up the rebound, but as you get the hang of it, challenge yourself. Vary the speed, angle, and height of your tosses and hits. The Endless Dig
Digging line, digging middle, digging cross court. Working on improving your digging form; Making a playable ball inside the ten foot line that a setter can get to. Keeping the digging platform two inches below belly button level and not swinging the arms but freezing the platform on ball contact so you just redirect hard hits to the intended target
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Volleyball Dig Technique Drill 5 Drills Volley the ball to your partner who digs the ball to themselves then volleys the ball back and you do the same for a set time or number of good contacts.
Terry Liskevych walks us through this simple drill that focuses on ball control in defense, setting, and hitting. For more free videos about volleyball drill...
BLOCKING DRILLS. In volleyball, blocking is considered to be the first line of defense and digging the second line of defense. However, this doesn’t mean that one is more important than the other, so improving both of these skills are paramount to a good defense.