Beach volleyball players need to be comfortable moving in the sand. In this video, former Oregon State player Camille Saxton demonstrates 3 passing and movement drills to help train for the beach. Full-court cone passing – Helps players learn to take big, fast steps, apply “push” to the ball and finish toward the target. Serve-receive passing – Trains players to sprint to the ball, stop and angle arms back to center, then finish pass to target.
Sand Drills T-Drill. The T-Drill forces you to sprint forward, backwards and side-to-side, all while constantly changing directions. Burpee to Broad Jumps. Running in the sand is great, but it isn’t the only movement worth performing. Burpee to Broad... Box Drill. The Box Drill focuses on your ...
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3 Drills for Training Speed and Agility in the Sand Start, Stop and Start. In sports, you rarely run long distances in a straight line. As its name suggests, this drill... Shuffle, Turn and Sprint. Shuffling is a transitional movement. It’s not something that you perform for an extended... ...
CONE DRILLS done in the Sand at the Beach. Great for training your body to change direction on uneven surfaces. These can also be done at a sand volleyball...
Training sand volleyball players in the weightroom is important but equally crucial is working with them in the sand. At Pepperdine, we don’t begin conditioning in the sand until the team is four weeks into Cycle A so the players can get up to speed on lifting.
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Passing is one of the most important volleyball drills in Beach Volleyball because it makes the game more interesting for the team at the receiving end. The aim is to pass the ball so that it can be hit easily by your team mates. The difference in passing between beach and indoor volleyball is that the ball is not passing to 2 ½ in beach volleyball.
This volleyball drill needs 5 or 6 blockers on one side of the net with a setter and hitter on the other side. The setter sets the hitter and hitter must hit through or around the blockers. The hitter can't hit over or tip over the blockers. This drill can be great for training hitters to see the block. The setter can intentionally set the hitters tight so the hitters can work on swiping and tooling the ball off of the blockers hands and arms.
Volleyball Drills For Setters, Hitters, Liberos, Passers and Blockers Learn the serving, hitting, passing, spiking, setting, blocking and practice volleyball drills we do in Boot Camp classes and drills f or you to do so you can improve at home.