Volleyball Warm-Up No.2: Spike Drill. A ball is needed for this drill. Find a partner and stand across the court from each other. Throw the ball up into the air and spike it down into the ground so that after once bounce it should reach your partner. Do this only as long as it takes to warm-up your shoulder. Volleyball Warm-Up No.3: Setting Drill
Passing warm up: Simple in & outs. Set Up: Needed for one set up: 1 cones, 4 balls, 8 players. Set up a cone in the middle of the half court. Have 4 receiving players line up there (See drawing). Line up a setter in each corner of the half court - Each setter with a ball. Execution:
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Every volleyball player needs a consistent warm-up routine! Whether you're warming up for a game, practice, or summer volleyball camp it's important for your success on the court. Check out the important elements of a good warm-up below that we teach at our Nike Volleyball day camps! 1.
Warm-up with Wall. A warm-up time for each player to warm up arms and shoulders before practice begins and at the same time be working on basic skills and ball control. Middle Back Defensive Positioning and Movement. This defensive drill focuses on the middle back player's movement around the back of the court. Partner Forearm Passing Drill
Knowledgeable volleyball coaches and trainers understand the importance of a well-rounded volleyball warmup. Good volleyball warmups consist of a series of short exercises that not only prepare athletes to play but also condition them in a volleyball-specific way to help their game in the long run.
Velocity Workout 2 is a Jump / Landing day which means it is very important to warm up successfully. This video contains a thermogenic warm up that all volleyball trainers will love. Exercises include; Jump rope, lunge and reach, and reverse lunge twist.
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Forward Lunge Walks. Lunges are one of the best warm up exercises for volleyball. Volleyball players that aren't familiar with this movement will likely experience an unfamiliar soreness. Lunges work the long adductor muscles, the muscles that run down the inside part of the thigh.