Volleyball Libero Tip 1 – Develop Footwork and Body Movement Goal : As a Libero, you need to cover the entire back row on-court with your quick movement. You have to bend, stretch, kneel and fall to reach the ball before it touches the ground.
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This volleyball drill is performed by three players. The starting player completes a down ball hit. The task of a libero is to dig up it and then his partner should touch the ball. The drill is completed when the partner of a libero makes 7 touches. This volleyball drill has a huge positive impact on serving and receiving skills of a libero.
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The Rock and Roll Drill is a simple breakdown drill that can be used to teach your Libero the fastest method to get up off the floor after going to the ground to dig a ball. Initially have your player begin by laying on the floor with their back on the ground. One leg will be straight and the other is bent with the knee towards the chest.
What is a libero? It’s probably one of the most common questions in volleyball, and the simple answer is ‘a back-row specialist’. Liberos were first introduced into the sport in 1998 as a way to promote longer rallies and create more defensive opportunities. Since then, it has developed into one of the most skill-speci
A libero is a defensive specialist position in indoor volleyball. The position was added to the game of indoor volleyball in 1999 along with a set of special rules for play in order to foster more digs and rallies and to make the game more exciting overall.