Competitive Volleyball Drills 3-Pack

Competitive Volleyball Drills 3-Pack
Competitive Volleyball Drills 3-Pack
Item# VD-05012
$104.99
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Product Description

  • Learn 2-, 3- and 4-man ball control drills that will get your players a lot of touches in a short amount of time
  • Learn 12 competitive drills you can adjust to match your team's abilities
  • 14 competitive team drills to build a fast-paced, team-focused practice
with Ron Kordes,
USA Today Super 25 High School Volleyball National Champions - 2018;
2018 AAU Junior National Volleyball Champions (Asics KIVA 14);
2016 AVCA Club Director of the Year (KIVA):
Assumption (KY) High School Head Coach,
2012 AVCA National High School Coach of the Year;
20x State Championship Coach; Club Director and Coach at Asics Kiva Club;
2018 Kentucky High School Hall of Fame Inductee

Get a variety of drills to warm-up your team and push them physically, all the while getting a lot of touches on the ball.

Ron Kordes shows seven drills, with variations, that will help coaches elevate their normal practice warm-up routine. These drills focus on being goal-oriented and competitive, which will help increase the intensity level for your players. Not only will athletes warm up and work on skills, they will also learn how to compete and prepare themselves for game situations.

Ball Control Drills

This drill series consists of small groups ranging from 2-4 people per group that work on footwork and ball control. The drills cover skills such as passing and movement. Coach Kordes demonstrates how to make each drill competitive. This allows players to either compete against each other or shoot for a particular goal. Great for the beginning of practice where players warm-up, work on skills and start competing right away.

Pepper Series

These drills progress from small group drills and work on passing, hitting, blocking, and covering. Coach Kordes explains how each drill can be tailored to fit your needs. Each drill allows room for many skills to work on and for players of all skill levels. The drills in this section can be both cooperative and competitive. Even though these drills are common warm-up drills, they'll spice up the intensity of your practices.

The start to your practices will be more lively if you apply these competitive strategies to your warm up drills. Coach Kordes shows a variety of warm up drills perfect for any level of play. The competitive additions can create a whole new game-like atmosphere for your team's practices.

51 minutes. 2016.


with Ron Kordes,
USA Today Super 25 High School Volleyball National Champions - 2018;
2018 AAU Junior National Volleyball Champions (Asics KIVA 14);
2016 AVCA Club Director of the Year (KIVA):
Assumption (KY) High School Head Coach,
2012 AVCA National High School Coach of the Year;
20x State Championship Coach; Club Director and Coach at Asics Kiva Club;
2018 Kentucky High School Hall of Fame Inductee

Ron Kordes teaches you how to create drills that will help increase player development and competitiveness in practice. He presents a dozen drills, along with the scoring standards he uses in his gym, that can be adapted to fit your team's needs. These drills will improve your offensive efficiency and defensive competitiveness.

You will learn how to increase intensity in drills, make them goal-oriented and keep them competitive - giving players the best chance to focus on quality contacts. Coach Kordes defines the purpose of each drill so that you can understand them better.

Offense Drills

Train your players to be aggressive and effective attackers. The drills are goal-oriented and competitive to encourage players to practice with intensity. These drills will help your players improve ball control, hand contact, attack location and out-of-system attacking.

The Queen B Drill Series demonstrates small group and 6v6 drills that work on attackers hitting off of the blockers' hands to score. Using this drill helps take the fear out attacking at the block. The drills put a large focus on players attacking to the 1 and 5 zones. The main goal is to stay out of the 6 as a hitter. This is important as most teams have their best defensive player playing the 6.

Defense Drills

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