If you’re looking for some at-home volleyball setter drills here is Coach Jamie Gill the head coach for Tuloso-Midway High School Volleyball. This is a simple routine of movements that can be performed at home, outside, in your room, or at an open court. You can perform 50 to 100 of each movement. Do the full routine one to two times.
For an intense setting drill, you can get a partner and get into a sit-up position with your feet together. This puts you facing each other when you are in the "up" position of a sit-up. Now, one partner sets the ball to the other partner, and as soon as the ball leaves your hands, you go down and do a sit-up, and by the time you get to the top again, the ball should be there for you to set to your partner.
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Improve balance, stability, and ankle strength by using this lateral hop and hold drill at home. Begin with an athletic stance, knees bent, ready for the ball. Put your weight on your right foot and then jump to the left, landing on the ground once more in your athletic stance waiting for a few seconds.
Normal pace jump, 30 seconds. Right foot only, 30 seconds. Left foot only, 30 seconds. Double right, double left, 30 seconds. Fast as you can go, 30 seconds. Repeat 3 times with a 1-minute rest ...
5 volleyball setting drills. These are perfect for the gym or for at-home volleyball, and can be modified to be done with a partner, alone, or with a tosser!...
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Side to Side: 2-person. 2 partners face each other and stand about 10 feet apart. Set balls back and forth and focus on using proper technique. One partner stands still while setting and sets balls to the right and left of the other player forcing him to move laterally to get to the ball.
Body Position in Setting Drills. Setters should start in a balanced position with feet shoulder width apart and right foot slightly in front of the left foot. According to the book "Coaching Volleyball," the setter's wrists should be "cocked so that the angle between the forearms and hands is 135 degrees or less."
Setting Volleyball Drills To Do At Home To Improve Setting Technique. These setting volleyball drills will help improve your setting technique and will help make your hands softer by doing these repetitions daily. Improve Your Volleyball Performance with Vegas VB Coach April Chapple. ›.