Here are some suggestions on how to get beginning volleyball players to talk and move in response to a question from a reader.
A reader has a couple of questions about how to train his young volleyball team and set them up to play from a system perspective.
New coach have a compulsion to try to explain every little thing. What they need to do is talk less and allow the players to try, and probably fail.
This pepper variation expands on the over-the-net version to allow for more players to be included, potentially allowing for increased complexity.
This is a combination volleyball passing and setting drill, which can also incorporate controlled serving and/or hitting.
This small-group volleyball ball-handling drill has an added dimension which forces players to have teammate awareness and focus on their next duty.
This Winners variation is a rotational game which can be a good playing warm-up and/or a way to get a large number of players playing for assessment, etc.