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Justin Nelson Block Jump to Ball - Volleyball Blocking Drills This volleyball drill consists of a player doing a block jump up to a ball that another player is holding on the opposite side of the net. The purpose of the drill is to work on good technique with hands in proper position. It may be easiest to have the person holding the ball be standing on a chair. The person holding the ball can move the ball to a different spot before the player jumps. For example, let’s say a blocker is working on correct blocking technique for blocking a left side hitter. To make the blocker block a ball hit down the line, the person holding the ball can move the ball to the blockers right. The blocker then gets in position and jumps up to block line placing the hands into the correct blocking position (blocking line). Use the same idea for blocking angle, performing a spread block, blocking a tight set, etc. Mirror Blocking - Volleyball Blocking Drills
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