"Move your feet" is often heard respect to serve reception. Given the importance of platform angle, should we instead be saying "move your platform"?
A coach of a boys team is having problems fixing the passing technique of a certain player. I share some of my thoughts on how to get things turned around.
This drill allows passers to work on receiving hard serves, and servers on serving them, but without lots of missed serves leaving passers standing around.
The question of passing targets and setter start position is one which has gotten a fair amount of consideration and discussion among volleyball coaches.
This is fairly simple group ball-handling and movement drill (though with room for increased complexity and/or intensity) that could be used as a warn-up.
This is a combination volleyball passing and setting drill, which can also incorporate controlled serving and/or hitting.
The question often comes up about the proper body and foot positioning in volleyball when one is serve receive passing or playing defense.
Overpasses in volleyball are like gifts to the other team. Here are some ways you can get your players to keep the ball on your side of the net more often.