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training aid idea: attaching a second net on top but leaving an 6 inch gap...

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by thumpsky, Jul 19, 2011.

  1. thumpsky

    thumpsky Regular Member

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    In order to teach players to keep all shots low above the net, except of course for clears. is this a good idea???
     
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    You can if the players need a visual goal, or use a piece of tape or string to same effect. Can be quite good for practicing serves to have a gap to aim for
     
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    the second net ends the rally, which is basically a strong reinforcement for what happens if you hit a shot in the kill zone.
     
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    But you'll need volleyball posts or similar to set up the higher net, a couple of rulers can be taped to the psot and a string put across, giving an easily varied target for serving etc
     
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    i guess. is the string method utilized much?
     

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