In Passing 21, after you’ve taught the forearm pass (or bump), allow them to practice in small groups of 4-5 in a circle. Always begin with an underhand toss to someone in the group and have them practice keeping it up. The object is to score 21 with 3 points made for every pass made from the air and 1 point if it bounces. Volleyball 4-Square
In volleyball, the term bumping refers to passing the ball with the forearms. A player will join her forearms to bump the ball to a teammate for a more precise set or spike. Bumping slows the play down and enables a team to organize an effective counter-attack. Since the skill is so vital to all aspects of the game, ...
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Bump a ... Often called the backbone of volleyball, bumping is done by closing hands one on top of the other and using the forearms to hit and control the ball.
The easiest way to bump a volleyball is to stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your knees bent. Lean forward and place one hand on top of the other, with your palms up and your thumbs touching. Stretch your arms out and lift them upward to bump the ball. For more tips on technique, passing, and aiming, read the article!
Shuffle Bump Relay. Relay games for kids are great because they require teamwork and can include large numbers of players at once. You'll need a large, open gym and a volleyball for each team to play. Kids will learn how to shuffle their feet for positioning and how to bump the ball.
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Attendees at the 2013 PEACH Workshop at Cal Poly SLO demonstrate how to organize a P.E. class to practice tracking and bumping a volleyball back over the net...
Here are five warm-up games perfect for getting your squad ready to play their best. Note: Please do not avoid stretching as a result of this article, but let's see if there might be better ways of getting your players' blood pumping, as well as doing activities that better transfer to volleyball.
Volleyball Practice Drills Game Day Tips Praise kids during the warm-up: During your team’s warm-up giving the kids a quick word of praise will help build their confidence and help them focus on performing well in the game. For example, saying “That’s the way to bend your knees on those low shots, great job” will stick in the player’s ...