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Volleyball Skills

Ms. Wiersema
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Kate Wiersema

on 19 September 2011

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Transcript of Volleyball Skills

(cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Activity #1 Volleyball Skills Forearm Passing In general this is the most important hit simply
because it is the first hit after the serve that sets
up for a return kill. Partner up
Each group gets a balloon
Keep the balloon in the air using the proper passing form
How many times can you hit it without the balloon hitting the floor?
Forearm passing and then setting (each seperately) Activity #2 Partner up again
Each group gets a beach ball
Keep the ball in the air using the proper passing form
How many times can you hit it without the balloon hitting the floor?
Forearm passing and setting combined if you choose http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmgT_Pi91S8 The overhead pass is called the "set"
Make triangle with thumbs and index fingers
Knees bent
Elbows flexed
Use forehead as a guide
"Thumbs to sky" when pushing the ball up Setting Show what you have learned so far... Stand up and show what you think is the proper forearm passing form. Write your answers on a sheet of paper and turn in after class. The game starts with a serve.
Returning team gets 3 hits.
Typically the first 2 hits are passes to set up for a spike.
6 players on each side of the net.
Cannot touch the net.
Players rotate in a clockwise fashion.
The ball cannot bounce. Basic Rules: The Spike Spiking is an attack from the offensive team.
Hard, downward hit ball.
Open hand.
Approach, jump, swing down http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpoIzpip_TQ 1. How many players does each team have on the court?
2. Can the ball bounce?
3. Can you touch the net?
4. How many times can you hit the ball before returning it?
5. What shape should your fingers make when setting?
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