This video features the Omaha Volleyball Serving Drill. I developed this drill as a way to teach players how to serve tough under pressure and build some team comradery in the process. Comradery is the spirit of friendship and community in a group, like the comradery of soldiers at war who keep each other upbeat…
Volleyball drills for serving are a must and a great way for your team to have the advantage over your opponents. These drills include help for volleyball jump, float, overhand, and top spin serves. Also drills to improve the accuracy and consistency of your teams serve.
This video features Andor teaching and running the his Omaha Pressure Serving Volleyball Drill. This drill is designed for all skill levels and will help teach your team to serve aggressively under pressure. On top of this the drill does a great job of building team unity. The drill should be run once or twice in practice and can be used to raise the energy of practice plus have some fun!
In this video Andor teaches important serving principals, by discussing a study done with regard to the most important things for having success in volleyball. This is followed by a pressure serve drill that brings the point home for the players.
The next drill is 5 rep each jump serve drill. This video includes verbal cues for coaching indoor volleyball jump serving. Also in this video Chris discusses the timing and purpose of the drill.
This drill features 5 reps each of the players performing the jump float serve. This drill and video includes verbal cues, plus some great info on why each player on Chris’s team learn every type of serve and can perform them in game if needed. This style and philosophy of coaching is not common but makes allot of sense and should be adopted by more coaches.
This part of practice features 5 rep standing float serve drill for each player. This video features coaching verbal cues info as to the purpose of working on the standing float serve. What I also like about Chris coaching style is that all players can perform all serves successfully. This allows allot more flexibility of what the players can do at the service line plus raises the expectations and responsibilities each player has when serving.
This video features the team working on float serving. The team is not a very good jump serving team and as a result moved more towards serving the jump float serve. In this video you will see how the coaches make this serving drill fun and competitive. Also you will start to see how the loud music in practice affects affects everything.
This is round 2 of the servers verses passers drill. This drill obviously works on serving and passing for the team. Add on to traditional serving and passing include the coach on the box entering in a second ball after the serve. This is done to increase the number of reps for the players plus have a controlled situation where coaches can work on specific things for the passers.
The LMU 50 drill is used to wind down practice. Stats are kept for serving and passing accuracy.
In today’s game with the effectiveness of most teams offense the volleyball skill of serving has never been more important. In this 42 minute video Brian Gimmillaro will explain all aspects of the volleyball serve. This video was filmed so that it could be used by both players and coaches.
teve presents a video series on serving specifically for beginners. This vast amount of coaching and drills build confidence by breaking down the mechanics and technique for all players to become effective servers.
1. Begin with the correct way to address the ball
Great video where we see Bill teaching junior players how to jump serve with this extremely effective jump serving drill. What I also like about the drill and video is what the coaches focus on and the verbal ques for teaching jump serving to juniors.
In this video Andor and Bill discuss the next drill, the in practice serving drill. This video brings up a number of interesting points including the timing of the drill relative to the practice and more. We have also included the live video of the drill being performed in the gym in this post.
The next videos features an intimate conversation with Bill Ferguson (USC Volleyball Head Coach/ SCVA Owner & Coach) and Andor Gyulai (Volleyball1on1.com – Owner) about the practice, the drills, his coaching philosophy and more. This series of videos give you an insider, in depth look at Bill Ferguson as a coach as well as the USC volleyball program.
Bill Ferguson Practice Serving Drill is a simple and great drill that highlights Bill’s goals of serving tough. The drill starts with two minutes of warmup serving followed by two minutes of deliberate serving where the players are serving a specific area. – Notice also the serving is done in the middle of practice, this is discussed in the video
In this volleyball serving and passing drill Brian shares in depth coaching technique with Andor while the players are working on serve receive and passing. Again this instructional volleyball video offers great insights and knowledge on correct form and technique for passing. This includes footwork, platform and body position when passing.
This video contains a volleyball serving drill with Brian Gimmillaro and LBS Women’s Volleyball Team. Note this drill focuses exclusively on serving and good volleyball serving technique.
Volleyball Team Serving and Passing Drill by Brian Gimmillaro. In this drill you see more on the progression of the practice and now the team focusing on serving and passing. Again this video offers great insights for coaches on Brian’s coaching style and volleyball philosophy.[groups_non_member group="Membership"]
Practice Plan #1 – Part 7 of 10 – Serving drill and videos focusing on the jump float serve and serving technique. In this series of videos you will get to see and hear how the staff at LMU uses the radar gun to clock each players serve and increase consistency. Also later you will hear about the research Tom has done regarding the jump float serve in women’s volleyball.
Tom Black Volleyball Practice 1 – Serving Focused Wash Continued, Serving and Passing, Coaching Advice, Practice Wrap Up
Practice Plan #1 – Part 8 of 10 – Serving Focused Wash Continued, Serving and Passing, Coaching Advice, Practice Wrap Up. This series of videos contain a service focused wash drill followed by serving and passing, Tom Black sharing some coaching advice and finally the practice wrap up.
This post offers a great series of instructional videos and drills with Tom Black (LMU Head Women’s Coach, USA Assistant Coach) and his staff teaching the jump float serve includes tips on using a radar gun to increase consistency, verbal cues used by coaches and more! Tom has dedicated a significant amount of time researching the effectiveness of the jump float serve.
This post contains videos from the 6 on 6 serving wash drill run with the LMU women’s volleyball team coached by Tom Black.
LMU 100 Serving and passing drill. This drill as you would expect will work on serving and passing.
Conversations from the office with Tom Black from practice 1 where Tom and Andor discuss volleyball sports psychology and serving pressure. Also some great drills Tom does to increase serving pressure!
Practice Plan #2 – Serving and Passing. The focus is on passing, seeing the line, creating the angle. On serving, again the jump float serve and getting movement and follow through on contact.
This series of videos is on the LMU 50 passing and serving drill. The goal for the passers is to get 50 passes rated a 3 or 4. In this series of videos you will also see the teams and coaching staffs focus on the jump float serve and its effectiveness as a serve in volleyball. Also how the coaching staff uses the radar gun.
In the next volleyball videos you will see the USA team doing some warm up serves with the libero passing. This is essetially the guys serving but it is interesting watching these players form and technique. Also the shear force behind their volleyball serves.
Alan Knipe – USA Men’s National Team Coach, Practice for World Cup 2011 – This series of videos contains the practice overview with the team as well as two early practice drills before the team gets into competition drills. The drill are the USA Over The Net Pepper Drill and a simple Serving Drill with the libero players passing.
Serving on the beach shares many strategies with indoor. Pro player Ed Ratledge presents his series of videos on how to serve effectively on the beach.
A simple yoga exercise makes the serve more consistent and accurate. Ed shows how to do this.
This drill offers a rare chance for caoches to witness one of the greatest coaches in the world coach youth players. Gary Sato is head coach for Japan Men’s Volleyball, on top of this he is Olympic Gold and Bronze Medal Coach. In this series of instructional videos Gary is coaching his daughters club volleyball team.
Below are extra volleyball dynamic workout drills and well as great exercises for warm-up.
The 9 drills included below are:
• Basic Skip
• Lateral Skip
• Reverse Skip
• Speed Skip
• Triple Skip
• High Skip
• Reverse Skip
• Reverse High Skip
• Long Skip
• Shoe Slaps
Be sure to log-in or become a members to see all 9 volleyball exercises.