This drill can be performed by all players. It’s easy and interesting but if only a few players anticipate it can be even difficult.
It can be performed during the training session or during warm ups.
Players are sorted in two columns and perform overhead pass to opposite column.
When player pass the ball, he has to run to zone 3 and perform block. After blocking in zone 3, he moves fast and performs block in zone 4 and than runs at the back of his column and wait his turn to pass.
This drill should improve your block.
One player is positioned in zone 2 and one in zone 4.
Players perform block and than move near zone 3 to perform another block.
After that they move back to zone 2 and 4 to perform block once more.
When the blocking is finished they sprint back and next players take their places.
Players in zone 1 and zone 4 pass the ball to setter.
Setter sets the ball to each of them.
These players perform the attack, but they should hit the ball to block that is performed by the players on the other side of the net.
Then runs fast and perfomes block in zone 2.
Coach performes spike and player should succesfully receive the ball.
Later on, coach can be positioned in zone 3, instead of zone 4, so the drill can be performed easier.