Welcome to the Roundnet Germany Coaching Zone - a product from the community for the community. Here you will find an ever growing pool of roundnet specific exercises, helping you to bring your game to the next level. Regardless of whether you are a beginner or an expert, or if you want to train alone, with your team partner or in a larger group, here you will find the right exercises to take you further. You also have the possibility to upload your own exercises to share with the commnity. All you have to do now is search for the desired area you want to improve and start training! Have fun!

Level 1

Exercises for everyone - rookies and experts alike. They help to improve very specific areas of the game with simple drills that are easy to comprehend. Just because an exercise is level 1 does not mean that top players cannot benefit from them!

Level 2

Requirements for level 2 are a good understanding of the game, a good orientation around the net and consitantly accurate touches. Not impossible for newbies but bad touches will ruin the flow of the exercises.

Level 3

These exercises require excellent ball control, consistant setting and a diverse pool of precise hits. They live of long rallies, enabling many touches and lots of repetition, leading to a speedy improvement for all players

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Level 1 groups  6+   1     a lot
Serving in a row

The players line up on 2 opposite sides of the net in 2 rows one behind the other. The first player in one of the rows serves the ball to …

Level 1 groups  1+   0     0
Footwork ladder

Footwork training with a ladder. Exercises are highly effective and can be found in plentiful supply on the internet. Quick feet will be trained which are super important for movement …

Level 1 groups  4+   1     1
Around the Net

4 players stand around the net. The ball is played around the net from player to player until 10 touches are reached. The 10th touch is a hit onto the …

Level 1 groups  2   1     a lot
Hitting 101

The player to be trained (A) stands with his legs apart in the optimal position to hit onto the net. He holds the ball in the non-hitting hand. The coach …

Level 3 groups  5 - 8   1     1
Master Setter

One person is the designated setter (S). This person sets each ball. All others stand in a circle around the net (approx. 3m distance around the net). Now the game …

Level 1 groups  2   0     1
Hold the ball up (2p)

Two players stand roughly 2 meters apart. They play the ball to eachother with as much control as possible. Endless variations possible...

Level 1 groups  1   0     1
Hold the ball up (1p)

One player holds a ball up with controlled touches. Endless variations possible...

Level 2 groups  8 - 12   0     a lot
Star pass

Participants stand in two circles. The inner circle looking outwards, the outer circle looking inwards and staggered (players look into a gap). Ball is played in one direction (star-shaped from …

Level 1 groups  2   1     1
Repeated setting (2p)

One person stands at the net as trainer (T). The setter (S) stands opposite with a distance of about 2 metres to the net. T plays the balls to S, …

Level 2 groups  3   1     1
Repeated setting (3p)

One person stands at the net (hitter, A), one about 1.50m next to it (trainer, T) and the setter (S) facing the net. T has the task of distributing the …

Level 2 groups  4   1     1
Repeated setting (4p)

One person is standing at the net as attacker (A). Two players stand as receivers (V) left and right of A. One person is the setter (S) and stands opposite …

Level 2 groups  2   1     a lot
Repeated receiving

The receiving person (V) stands as if a normal serve would be accepted (about 2-2.20m from the net). The attacking person (A) simulates the serve, but from much closer to …