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Curriculum

About HITT Volleyball

Our volleyball curriculum concentrates on individual volleyball skills. HITT Volleyball camp instructors teach the volleyball skills at our volleyball camps, depending each individual’s skill level and ability:

Forearm Passing – grip, proper body position and movement, tracking the ball, footwork, squaring up, accurate serve receive (spin & float), downball passing (front row & back row), shoulder dropping & side/outside body passing

Overhand Setting – hand & finger position, location of hand in relation to forehead, body position, footwork, squaring up, jump setting, bad ball setting, serve receive as option, location for ball.

Hitting/Attacking – approach patterns & acceleration, hand/arm & body actions, different shots (tips, rolls, corner, cross-body, cutting, wipe-off (side of arm, push & throw, high of hands)), seeing the block and reading the attacker

 

Blocking – hand position, body position, footwork, closing techniques, reading (eye sequences), anticipate set selection

Serving – effective tossing & stance, rhythm & routines, standing (various techniques), zone/spot serving (float-short, medium & deep), jump serving (float & top-spin), serving mentalities & strategies

Defense – ready position, split step, movement, diving & rolling (shoulder & log), digging (foreman & overhead), j-stroke, read & react, net recovery, digging the tip

 

HITT is further committed to delivering High Impact Technical Training for team specific volleyball skills, once again depending on the ability of the participants:

  • forearm passing (front/back court, downball, freeball, serve receive, outside body)
  • overhand passing (front/back court, downball, freeball, serve receive)
  • hitting/attacking (basic/advanced techniques, shot making, all positions front & back court)
  • blocking (single, double and triple, closing & timing, vs. front & back court attack)
  • serving (basic techniques, standing & jump float/spin, strategy)
  • defense (basic/advanced techniques, front/back court, read & react, variety of sytems)
  • recovery skills (at the net, front/back court, attack coverage)
  • transition skills (defense to offence)
  • strategies in areas such as serving, blocking, attacking and setting