This is a good volleyball serving and passing exercise that constantly forces players to recognize and adapt to changing scenarios.
Here's an example of how you can use video to dramatically improve blocking drills when training your blockers in real game situations isn't an option.
We don't always have the resources we'd like to run the drills we want to run in practice. Here's an example of how I got creative with one, though.
What are your favorite drills/games to practice serve receive? That question, or variations of it, come up a lot. Here are some thoughts and ideas.
Sometimes you have a large group of players to deal with. In those cases you need large group volleyball drills to keep them active and engaged.
This is a 6 on 6 volleyball drill/game that you can use to keep many players active and not sitting out for long periods of time.
Both cooperative and competitive games and drills have their uses in volleyball practice. And maybe so does a third type: cooperative-competitive.
We often look for ways to make things competitive in training. When doing that, though, make sure you think about the potential outcomes of the scoring.