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Category: Hitting
Type: Drill

TWO ON ONE WITH ONE PERSON ON THE BASELINE




Drill Description: Two players stand at the net and the other player stands in the center of the court on the baseline. The two players feed the ball the one player and the two sides rally back and forth. The goal of the drill is to move the player who is alone from side to side while still keeping the ball in play. The players at the net get to work on the consistency of their volleys. The lone baseline player gets a good fitness work-out, while also working on hitting the ball on the run, cross-court and down the line. After 5-10 minutes, the players rotate clockwise and a new player is by himself. After 5-10 minutes, rotate again so the other player is able to be by himself.

The two players at the net should attempt to keep the baseline player moving while also keeping the ball within reach. Do not smash
winners from the net.

Submitted by: Brandon Kramer


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