Dig set hit volleyball drill. Terry Liskevych goes over the Dig-Set-Hit at The Art of Coaching Volleyball Portland Clinic. This drill is a team ball control drill. More info: ...
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Volleyball Drills for Setters: Dig, Set, Spike. This Volleyball Drill is for setters and hitters to work on running plays off of an in-system pass. Each Setter will gain court awareness during this fast-paced drill. Each rep will make them a better player along with making their teammates better at passing and hitting.
During this drill, the coach tosses the ball to the passer who sends the ball to the setter. When they receive the ball, they set it to the attacker who makes the spike. Six players are required while performing this drill. Progression #1: Start with the basic setup as per the illustration opposite.
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The spiker now digs the ball in the air to the setter, who this time does set the ball up for the spiker to attack and hit over the net. Coaching points. In this drill, both the attacker and setter train ball control whilst spiking. Progression. Ask players to spike over the net hitting targets (e.g. sideline, baseline, attack line).
Terry Liskevych walks us through this simple drill that focuses on ball control in defense, setting, and hitting. For more free videos about volleyball drill...
In this drill you toss the ball to the wall, then hit it and then dig your rebound. At first don’t hit the ball very hard, it’s going to be challenging to pick up the rebound, but as you get the hang of it, challenge yourself. Vary the speed, angle, and height of your tosses and hits. The Endless Dig. For this drill there needs to be 5 people:
To perform the drill you must square up against a wall. Take the ball, and then toss, swing, and dig as it comes back to you. Increase the power and speed of your swing in order to challenge yourself further. You can practice both underhand and overhand digs during the drill. You can toss high, swing high, and then set as the ball comes back at you.
Notre Dame ('90-'14) This competitive drill works on the defensive abilities of three players against an attack and tip. After the defensive dig, an out-of-system setter steps in to set, and then all three players fall into their cover position to get ready for the "off the block" tip. Debbie Brown explains how covering the hit can be just as important as the hit itself.