You ever find yourself in a situation where your players pass well in drills, but fall apart in games? The solution is pretty easy.
One of your players has terrible technique - at least from your point of view. What do you do about it? Fix it or leave it alone?
A high school junior varsity volleyball coach wants help getting players to pass the ball with the correct part of their arm.
In the AAU Volleyball magazine an article by Cassidy Lichmann lists five areas of the game where more work is probably needed. Here are my thoughts.
This is a good volleyball serving and passing exercise that constantly forces players to recognize and adapt to changing scenarios.
How much time do you spend on reading the serve with your passers? If you're like most coaches, you're probably way more focused on technique.
The 0-3 scale is commonly used to rate serve reception passing, but it has some significant limitations. Here are some thoughts on improving it.
Do you use a rigid zone system to rate your team's serve reception, or do you use something with more discretion built in? Each has advantages.