WE ARE BACK!! After a few months off in the summer, Ben and I are going to bring you more volleyball tips. We start with this one that was filmed this summer...
A volleyball dive or roll doesn't help you dig a ball but it helps you protect your body and land safely on the ground AFTER keeping a ball off the floor. you've deflected it into the air to keep it off the floor. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device.
This youth volleyball drill is perfect to use during any warm-up to get the players feet moving, and ready to go. Description. Volley the ball to your partner who digs the ball to themselves then volley the ball back to you, while they are doing that you do a dive, roll or something else then they do the same as you dig and volley.
The player performs a rolling dig when the ball falls extremely low. The player steps out and reaches towards the low ball to the side the ball is falling. The player reaches out to the position in which other leg is bent and other is extended out to side.
Learn how to perform the rolling dive technique! This free volleyball lesson will teach you how to safely and quickly roll while you dive, which will improv...
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After taking 2-3 steps to get a ball up thats several feet away from you, you use the momentum to finish your landing on your side and then do a full body roll..also known as a barrel roll...a 360 degree turn while on the ground and then you come to your feet and pop up ready to dig or defend again.
This volleyball skill is used any time you need to set the ball high outside from the back row. The player basically squats down and comes up to set the ball and then pushes the ball high to the target. Up Down. Digging the ball with an up down motion cushioning and taking some of the velocity off the ball.
Roll Shot : An attacker hits the set softly putting extreme topspin on the ball so that it will clear the block and drop quickly and directly over the block. Sprawl : A type of dig in which the player does not dive forward, but rather places their hands on the ground and pushes their body forward and down. Similar to diving for a ball, but not actually leaving the ground.