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Use creative volleyball defense drills to build up your forearms

By Tara B.

It's always great to have a great offense in volleyball, but you need to have a just as good defense as well. You need to have a great defense just incase the other team has a good offense or they have a really good defense and can receive all your balls.

No one likes playing defense, but everyone will have to play it one time or another. Most people don't like playing defense because they aren't consentient on their passing. To get you more confident, you should practice a lot on passing, so you won't mind being on defense and it'll feel good to be able to pass the other team's spikes up to the setter. There really isn't one volleyball defense drill that's better than the other, but I'll just name a couple things you may want to try.

Volleyball Defense Drills:

  • Do a lot of passing up to the setter with all different hits over the net. For example, pass up hits, free balls, sets, serves, etc.
  • Do “wall its” to help build your legs up so you can stay low longer
  • Just practice staying in your down and ready position for a minute
  • Do squats to build up your legs
  • Practice diving the proper way so you won't get injured
Those are a few volleyball defense drills that I've done before that you may want to try. You may have more intense drills or even drills that are much easier that you prefer instead. Also, some of these drills will tie into the forearm drills for volleyball. However, try to think up some creative volleyball drills that combines many areas of training and you'll be ahead of your competition!

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