Have one player stand in the offensive volley position and one
player on the opposite side on the baseline. The pro stands behind
the baseline player and feeds an overhead (or volley) to the player.
The 2 players play it out 2 out of 3 times. Whoever wins 2/3 points
becomes the new net player. However, if the baseliner hits a clean
winner (where the net player does not touch the ball at all), that
counts as 2 points and an automatic win. When the players are rotating,
they have to hussel because the pro feeds a high lobbed ball (usually
I feed it when the baseliner reaches the net post) and the new net
player has to return it or touch it to stay in the game, otherwise
it counts as a clean winner and the players rotate again. This can
also be done with doubles teams (ideal number 6-8. 2 at net, 2 baseline,
2-4 waiting), and with singles (ideal number 3-4). You can count
points as well by counting how many 2/3 points they have won or,
a different way of saying it, how many teams they have beaten.