DESCRIPTION. One team runs clockwise round the inside of the circle with the other team running anti-clockwise around the outside of the circle (blue cones). When the coach shouts 'Jailbreak' the players inside the inner circle try to 'escape' to outside the 10m x 10m square (yellow cones). The inside team scores a point for each 'jailbreaker' - swap over.
In order to be "Jail Broken", a player of the hiding team that has not been sent to jail can touch the jail and yell, "Jail Break!!!", and everyone in jail is freed. The game is ended when, eventually, every player on the hiding team is caught. the players then switch sides, the hiding team switching to the seeking team and vice versa.
Jailbreak is a game where the goal is to get your opposing team to lose all of their players. The teams will take turns throwing a ball into the crowd of the opposing team while simultaneously calling out a name of someone on that team.
Description: Split the kids into two even teams. Lay the hula hoops out sporadically around the field, and mark each one by placing a cone outside of the hoop. One team starts inside/on one of the safe zones, and the other team starts in the field.
This video is just a showcase of the script and the creator is Hxstle. Hxstle YT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGGERzl2k0sd5cHOpjFhE_g Script: https://...
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Serving Games. This is a fairly common serving game that you likely encountered either as a player or as a seasoned coach. However, if you are new to coaching, you may not be aware that such a fun, easy volleyball serving drill exists! DEAD FISH. Split up two teams evenly of any number, say 5 vs 5, and have each team go to opposite serving lines.
Here’s how it works: Players serve from both sides of the net with the simple objective of “staying up” all night from 7 p.m. to 7 the next morning. As long as they continue to serve in, they can stay up and keep serving. Every time they make 2 serves they advance an hour.
Start with two volleyball players, one lying on top of the other. The coach slaps the ball, and tosses the ball high into the court. At the slap of the ball, the players unpile and the player on the bottom goes to the ball to make a pass. The player on top moves to get in position to set their partner.
Half a volleyball court works well for 10 people. One person is "it" and their goal is to "freeze" everyone by tagging them. If the person who is "it" successfully freezes everyone, they win. The catch is that anyone not frozen, may "un-freeze" a player by simply diving through the legs of a person who is frozen.