Here are some suggestions for drills that are quick and can be run through in a few minutes consistently to keep them moving and pumped during practices.
This game, also known as Brazilian 2-ball, is a great warm-up that gets players moving and competing while also working on communication and strategy.
A young volleyball player's comments made me want to scream and points out a deficiency in the education we're providing our athletes.
This fast-paced game features a lot of player movement and encourages communication and problem-solving. It's good for warm-ups or regular game play work.
Match-day serve & pass sessions are common in volleyball. Are they really a net benefit to the players, though? I'd like to hear opinions.
What if you didn't actually run warm-ups, but rather let the team warm themselves up as they saw fit? How do you think that would go?
A player-directed training session I once witnessed in Sweden provides some potential ideas for small-group type sessions.