How the serve receive drill works. For this drill you need two passers, a server, a target, and person to signal points for deep serves. This drill can be either competitive or cooperative. One variation would be competitive...servers vs passers. Set a time limit, for example, 3 minutes.
Purpose: A fast-paced serve receive drill that teaches players to control chaos. How it Works: Players group up into groups of 3 serve receivers. There should be a group of three passers on each side receiving serves for two minutes straight. Two groups of three are the serving groups; The serving teams serve one at a time.
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The main idea of this drill is to help volleyball players receive a serve the right way and then make a pass to one of his/her teammates. The serving and receiving drill from John Dunning requires 6 servers, 4 defensive players (who will receive a serve during the game) and 2 setters (who will take a role of targets on the court).
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21 Down is a competitive serving and serve-receive drill. First team to zero points loses the drill. Teams are divided in equal number and capability. The drill follows a pass-and-replace pattern that goes like this: Passers receive a ball, and no matter the outcome, they get off the court and a new passer takes their place.
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Instead of “rotating,” or shifting one position over, a new group enters the drill. Essentially, groups of players are rotating instead of one player at a time. Waves are usually random but can be predetermined. A classic “wave” would be “next three on!” and a new group of three players will jump into the drill.
In this video, Steve Colpus shows a serve receive drill progression that he uses with his team that starts simple and progresses to more complex drills.
If you have a large number and want everyone involved, 2-sided Serve & Pass is an option. I actually prefer the Get-2 variation, though, as it gives weaker passers more reps. A drill that focuses on individual rather than group passing is 8-Person Serve & Pass. This is something that is good if you have a bunch of players to involve.