Fundamentals, Drills, and Strategies for Passing
Does any of this sound like you?
- I don't know where to stand in serve receive
- I get caught in between the forearm pass and overhead pass
- I tend to pass the ball over the net when digging
- I struggle reading the server and hitter
- My coach tells me all the time to move my feet to the ball
- I wish I had some drills I could do on my own
- I wish I could pass with more control
- When I struggle, I get scared I will be served
- I need to learn how to pass the ball up overhead
- I get confused which serve is my ball and which is my teammates
Imagine what it would be like to...
- Know where the ball will likely be served
- Easily get in the best position to pass
- Move quickly and easily to pass the deep serve
- Make good decisions for overhead passing
- Understand which serve is yours
- Have less confusion for who is suppose to take the ball
- Have a strategy for positioning in serve receive
- Be comfortable moving to the ball to make the pass
- Know where to stand in serve receive
This Passing Course is going to help you pass the ball with accuracy and consistency.
By the end of this training, you will have quickly developed the skills and confidence you need to get in a position a make excellent passes.
What You'll Learn...
By the end of this course, you will have:
- The skills for platform passing
- How to move the feet and pass accurately
- When and how to pass the ball overhead
- Where to pass the free ball
- How to pass the jump serve
- The concept of passing angles
- How to create a larger passing window
- Easiest drills for learning to pass
- The strategy I use for passing the deep serve
- How to move the feet to get the short serve
- How to identify the seams
- Forearm passing progression
- Defensive specialist drills
- The rules the libero needs to know
- 5 things that make a good libero
- Why mid-line passing isn't the best and the easy technique for taking the ball off-line
- Partner passing drills, wall drills, serve receive drills, and box movement drills
My name is Dennis Jackson. I have been involved in coaching, training, and competing in volleyball for over 28 years. I'm very excited to be sharing this cutting edge training with you.
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Disclaimer: Consult a physician and follow all safety instructions. Every effort has been made to accurately represent the potential of this training. Results are not typical, and only represent players who worked very hard. Of course, no guarantee can be made for every single player.