7-Ball Drill: It takes three players to perform the drill. One player serves the ball from the other side of the volleyball net. You stand in your Libero position. Your partner will initially at the right-side hitter position. Your task is to dig the ball so she can touch it. The drill goes on unto she touches seven balls that you have passed.
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He begins his libero training drill by positioning the libero in the left back position. The coach is at the net with a ball. the coach will either simulate a tip, setter dump or a set. The libero will then move accordingly. The coach will toss the ball to the center to simulate the dump or tip. The libero will move forward to cover.
This volleyball drill is performed by three players. The starting player completes a down ball hit. The task of a libero is to dig up it and then his partner should touch the ball. The drill is completed when the partner of a libero makes 7 touches. This volleyball drill has a huge positive impact on serving and receiving skills of a libero.
Using the “laser beam” method for creating better platform angles. Reducing extra head and body movement for more consistent passing. Moving along a direct path to reach the ball faster. Taking a “jab step” to get a quicker jump on low balls. Executing a powerful overhand pass that gets to the target.
The Rock and Roll Drill is a simple breakdown drill that can be used to teach your Libero the fastest method to get up off the floor after going to the ground to dig a ball. Initially have your player begin by laying on the floor with their back on the ground. One leg will be straight and the other is bent with the knee towards the chest.
You can always pass a few more balls at home! Here is a quick video detailing some drills you can do at home as a Libero!You can find our complete At Home Tr...
Volleyball Ball Control Drills. The foundation of every volleyball skill, ball control is developed through repetition ... and more repetition. Try these drills to help your players develop control in every aspect of their game. June 2, 2021.