By changing up how you structure your wash drills and games you can put them to better work focusing on more specific things.
A recent article on the subject of volleyball practice planning offers some interesting ideas for future training plan development.
This game pits the OH and OPP hitters against each other in a kill challenge to work on being able to score against full-team defense.
Making the second team competitive with the first team in training games is a challenge many volleyball coaches face. Here are some ideas for doing it.
Simple game play in volleyball training puts me on edge. Adding a wash element can increase the intensity and make for a much more worthwhile session.
Taking a page out of the tennis book, you can use the idea of let serves to encourage more aggressive serving in volleyball training drills and games.
Here's a game I saw at UCLA which works on hitters challenging the block, with additional serve receive and free ball attacking
This is a fairly simple wash-scoring based game which gives players an opportunity to work on both serve receive offense and transition attack to score points.