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Attacking Drills

5.1 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill works on reinforcing the correct angle of approach to the attack and additionally this drill helps to develop good arm and hand positioning for the spike.
This is a good drill for development of the spike action in athletes that have not yet mastered the spike approach.

Attacking Drills

5.4 DRILL OBJECTIVE
The objective of this drill is for athletes to develop the ability to play the ball either short or deep away from the opposition.
This drill also helps develop communication between teammates.

Attacking Drills

5.7 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill focuses on developing spike endurance and maintaining a high elbow on the spike even when tired.

Attacking Drills

5.2 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill works on reinforcing the correct angle of approach to the attack and additionally this drill helps to develop good arm and hand positioning for the spike.

Attacking Drills

5.5 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill works on developing the attackers’ ability to either hit or shoot the ball away from defenders.

Attacking Drills

5.8 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill can work effectively as a warm up for advanced athletes as well as a more intense drill to develop ball control, particularly on the spike and dig.

Attacking Drills

5.3 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill works on developing the ‘over on two’ option whereby the non-receiver attacks the ball over on the second contact.

Attacking Drills

5.6 DRILL OBJECTIVE
The objective of this drill is for the athletes to develop a wide range of attacking shots.
Additionally it helps to reinforce correct spike approach allowing the athletes to effectively attack into all areas of the court.
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Spiking in the sand is quite different from that of the indoor game. The sand absorbs a greater amount of the force that you direct towards it to propel yourself upwards and as a result you will not jump as high as indoors.

Your timing will change. Try to get from the sand to the ball as quickly as possible. Jump later and try not to hang in the air. Unlike basketball you don’t want to ‘hang’ before making the shot – because while you are hanging in the air the ball is likely to have floated out of position in the wind.