FIVB Beach Volleyball Drill-book - page 80

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Beach Volleyball Drill-book
5.8 ATTACKING
CONTINUOUS SPIKING
(advanced)
EQUIPMENT:
Ideal: 2 or 3 balls
Minimum: 1 ball
PARTICIPANTS:
Ideal: 4 athletes + coach observing
Maximum: 8 athletes + coach observing
Minimum: 3 athletes + coach participating
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.
DRILL DESCRIPTION
The drill can be initiated with a serve or
simply by having a ball thrown into the court.
Once the drill has been initiated one side hits
only line, while the other side hits only angle.
After a certain period of time (or number of
spikes) the athletes on each side of the net
can switch the direction of their spikes.
This drill can be made competitive by
initiating free play after the ball crosses the
net a certain number of times.
DRILL VARIATIONS / MODIFICATIONS
If one team is slightly stronger than
the other one team can be forced to
hit in a predetermined direction while
the weaker team can hit wherever
they want.
TEACHING POINTS:
1 Athletes should be aware of where the target is and
where they are by looking at court frequently.
2
Athletes should maintain a normal spike approach
despite having a predetermined spike direction.
This side only attacks angle
This side only attacks line
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