Ball Control with Back Row Attacks
This drill is to practice back row attacks to desired locations as well as increase communication skills.

Ball Control with Back Row Attacks

This drill is to practice back row attacks to desired locations as well as increase communication skills.

Ball Control with Back Row Attacks

Setup

1.  A player in the setter position on each side of the net

2.  A player in the middle back position on each side of the net
3.  Lines behind the middle back position outside of the court

Instructions

1.  Coach initiates drill with a free ball or down ball

2.  Middle back passes to player in setter position
3.  Setter sets to the middle back position
4.  Middle back approaches and hits a controlled back row attack to middle back player on opposite side of the net
5.  Continue this for a set number of contacts
6.  Players rotate by following their ball, but staying on their own side of the net
7.  Rotation should be: Middle back, to setter, to end of the line, to middle back

Variations

1.  Use a permanent setter on both sides instead of rotating setters

Coaching Points

1.  Make sure players are purposely back row attacking to a specific position

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Ball Control with Back Row Attacks

This drill is to practice back row attacks to desired locations as well as increase communication skills.

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