A single bump with additional assignments
- Luc Engelen
- Posted on:
- January 19, 2015
- Single drill
- Number of players:
A throws or serves the ball to B, after which B bumps the ball once and performs an assignment.
- A throws and B bumps the ball forward once and catches it.
- A throws and B bumps the ball upwards, claps his hands between his legs and catches the ball.
- A serves and B bumps the ball upwards, touches the ground with one knee, and catches the ball.
- A throws the ball and B bumps the ball and catches it above his head in such a way that he could overhand pass it.
- A throws the ball and B bumps the ball upwards, performs a catch-and-set movement, and overhand passes the ball over the net.
The catch-and-set movement is part of CMV. It is performed by catching the ball and immediately throwing it from a position above the head in one single movement. CMV is a Dutch variant of volleyball for young children.
Basics: Catch-and-set Basics: Forearm pass/bump Drill type: Game phase in isolation Section: Core I Serve reception: Forearm pass Serving: General