Coach throws the ball high to passer.
Passer passes the ball to setter.
Setter can perform any combination he wants. He can set the ball to zone 1, zone 3, zone 6 and zone 4, allowing players to attack from all positions.
On the other side of net players try to perform block with two or three players. With two defensive players, blockers should defend the court.
Libero passes the ball to setter and setter sets to zone 2 for opposite hitter. Opposite hitter should win the point against two players in block.
When attack is finished, on the other side of net attack begins.
On the other side setter spikes the ball to libero.
Player in zone 6 passes a ball to setter.
Setter sets a ball to zone 4 for other player who performs the attack.
On the other side of net, setter tries to block the attack, while other players should receive a spike. If they succeed, they perform the counter-attack from zone 4 as previous team.
Attacks should be performed until one team wins a point.
Players serve on libero and passer.
Passer and libero pass a ball to setter.
Outside hitter and opposite hitter should beat two blockers.
After some time players change their position.
Setter sets a ball to player to zone 4.
Attacker spike (not hard) and player in zone 1 should do forearm passing toward setter who goes beneath the net on that side of court.
Setter sets a ball to other player.
Attacker spike (not hard) and player who started the drill should do the same thing as player that spiked a ball.