Hyperventilate: High Energy Drill. September 23, 2016. by. Below is a drill designed to help your defense and passing, but also increase the intensity and energy level in the gym. Anytime you can run a drill that teaches a skill and increases your intensity and energy level, you should consider adding it to your practice.
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Kyle Shondell (Purdue Volleyball, Lafayette Area Volleyball Academy) runs a team through his Groups of 3" ball control, high-energy warm-up drill.
High intensity, cardio drill. One tosser at the net. One person starting at the end line. Tosser tosses high-ball to player at end line, then immediately after the tosser catches the set, she tosses a ball on 10ft line. The set from end line to net, must be high as we are working on an out of system set.
Running a High Intensity Drill | Volleyball drills, Coaching volleyball, High intensity. Feb 20, 2015 - Kyle Shondell (Purdue Volleyball, Lafayette Area Volleyball Academy) runs a team through his Groups of 3" ball control, high-energy warm-up drill. Feb 20, 2015 - Kyle Shondell (Purdue Volleyball, Lafayette Area Volleyball Academy) runs a team through his Groups of 3" ball control, high-energy warm-up drill.
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