The second volleyball game is called “Jail Time”. This game begins 6v6. A coach with a basket of ball is placed on each side of the net. One coach will deliver a free ball to the team on the opposite side of the net. Their goal is to get a kill on the first attempt. If they do get a kill, they get a point.
Here are five warm-up games perfect for getting your squad ready to play their best. Note: Please do not avoid stretching as a result of this article, but let's see if there might be better ways of getting your players' blood pumping, as well as doing activities that better transfer to volleyball.
If you’re looking for a fun volleyball related game, you should consider vollis, to use John Kessel’s term for it. In Europe and some other places it’s referred to as bagherone or baggar tennis.
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Volleyball Net Save - Volleyball Practice Drills. Purpose Training to playing the ball out of the net. This game can be played simultaneously on both sides of the net allowing for player competition. Line up a group of players on each side of the net.
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This serving game is a great way to spend 15 minutes laughing, cheering, and bonding with your team. Use this game with your young team to keep them engaged at practice, or play with an older group as a reward for hard work. Whether you’re using this as a drill for volleyball camp or during team practice, you’re sure to share a ton of ...