Tennis Warm up: touching the cones Volley Drills Players warm up by running and performing dynamic stretches. The coach should ask players to perform exercises which will help to develop the skills related to the half-volley. In this warm up set up two cones about 1.5 metres apart. Ask your player to stand facing the
Tennis Drills – Low Volley Warm Up Drill This course is available for purchase only to VIP Members . Though, once in a while, Top Tennis Training makes it available to all of our users.
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Start on the doubles sideline and face across the court. Lift your knee and pull it with your arms towards your chest. Contract your opposite leg on the ground and lift your heel off the ground, bringing your entire body on your toes. Release the leg and take a large step forwards into a lunge position.
Volleyball Warm-Up No.2: Spike Drill. A ball is needed for this drill. Find a partner and stand across the court from each other. Throw the ball up into the air and spike it down into the ground so that after once bounce it should reach your partner. Do this only as long as it takes to warm-up your shoulder.
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The 20 best volleyball warmups, stretches and exercises. Pick 5 to 10 exercises from the 20 choices listed. Include at least one exercise from each component: balance, core and dynamic stretch. The 20 best volleyball warmups and stretches are: High knee hug; High knees; High knees laterally; Sumo squat; Quad stretch; Baby skips; Spider-man exercise
3) Volley Warm-up- In groups of two number yourselves one and/or two. Number one gets two racquets and number two get a ball and a place at the net (Four groups per net). The objective is to toss the ball close to the net for the partner to use a forehand volley return. Once this is accomplished try the backhand volley.
Warm-Up – Running the Lines. Before your students even begin to hit, I’ve always found it helpful to build some anticipation and get their blood flowing. A great way to do this is to teach players how to run the lines of the tennis court. In my article, running the lines in tennis, I cover the complete drill. I like this drill for two reasons.