Using leg drive
When receiving a hard-driven serve, your passing platform should remain stable.
The natural rebound of the ball from your arms will provide plenty of force.
For a softer serve, you need to use some leg drive when the forearms contact the ball (take a look at the picture). Imagine you are sitting on the edge of a chair as you get into proper passing position.
As you contact the ball use just enough power in your legs to stand up.
This drill is made for improving setting technique.
Player should concentrate and give his best because he depends on himself. This volleyball drill could be easy, but it can also make a problems if player doesn’t take it seriously.
Player should be positioned in zone 1, so let me explane the drill.
He throws the ball forward and should let the ball to touch the floor once.
Then he runs to posture himself in proper position to perform the overhead setting.
This drill perform players one by one.
Player in zone 5 runs to the net and performs block.
After that he runs back to play good defense.
Coach spikes from zone 2 and player has to defend and pass the ball into the basket.
After first player finishes the drill, next in line takes his place.
This drill performs each player by himself. It looks easy but the players need to concentrate really good, cause it’s not easy as it seems.
Player throws the ball high, near 3 m line.
This drill can be performed on any court and by any player who like to improve his accuracy.
Before the player serves, setter jumps to perform block and take one ball from the coach that stands on the chair.
Server performs the serve.
Two passers should receive serve succesfully and pass the ball to setter.
Setter sets the ball into the basket.
After setting, setter once again performs the block.