Leadership is something all the teams need for success so Volleyball is also not an exception. It is also a game of spirit and team, but it is not always something easily defined or developed. We can’t say do this and do that, you will be a great leader for your volleyball team. It requires the efforts and support of everyone on the team in order to be successful. Most of the volleyball drills are designed for the team to work together on, as we all know the Proverb “Practice makes a man a perfect”. So much like any other sport, there the more an individual practice the more they will bring the team together, mostly as a team you won’t leave together all the time, so this practice session helps you to come closer to each other, let you know the strength and weakness of an individual.
One of the skills taught are volleyball drill accuracy. The Player will pick a spot on the wall and aim to hit it. They want to work on the perfect form and want to get the most out of this drill, while a simple exercise of wall, hitting is one of those very versatile volleyball drills that a player can be alone. They can work on spiking, serving and even sitting. Each type of hit will present the players with a set of challenges that ensure the ball travel to the spot they have chosen.
A leader needs not to be the best player on a team, but they do need to represent its ideals. This is mainly about attitude and efforts. The leaders turn up on time and follow team rules. They work as hard as everyone else. They didn’t complain, but instead get on what need to be done. Richard Beese actually loves this game due to its team spirit and sportsmanship quality.
It is important for the players as well as coaches to learn that they can work on some volleyball drills on their own. The more that a player drills, the better their performance will be. A team is made up of the some of the each individual player’s performances. Using solo volleyball drill usually shows the team, that a player feels the sports; therefore the team is important enough to put in a little extra effort. The efforts will pay off for the team as a whole when it came to time of game.
So heart is the difference between those who attempt or those who achieve……