1 step off the net. 3 steps off the net. 1 step behind the target zone. 3 steps behind target zone/ off the net. F. Triangle setting series. Have your players stand at the net with a target in the attacking zone and toss them a ball with the focus strictly on the left to right finish toward the target.
This is video #005 in a series that I'm calling "Volleyball Setter Moves." The purpose for this series is to draw attention to what setting in volleyball act...
34 Setting Drills (Coaching Videos) In my new setting videos, you're going to learn 34 setting drills that focus on training your setter. Discover how to develop softer hands with a quicker and cleaner release. See the exact drills I use for training a setter in a team practice. Also, discover how to practice setting on your own without a net.
The correct body position is with the ball, forehead and hips in a vertical line. After person sets ball, move forward three steps. Stay there until after partner passes ball, move to ball and set again. Drill #2 Take three steps backward after you set ball, and move your feet to get under the ball. Long Distance Sets
Volleyball Setting Drills to do by Yourself. Toss to yourself and get 10 balls in the hoop. Play around the world with yourself. If you make it into the basket, move to the next marker and try to make your way around the hoop. Start in the center of the hoop and every time you make it take a step back.
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When you move with your hands up, you usually move slower and can actually have a harder time judging the ball. Move with your hands ready in the ball receiving shape, but down until you arrive. 7. Your Hands Should Be Early. What? You just said don’t move with your hands up. That’s right! Move with your hands down, then snap those hands up quickly.
Make a decision about which hitter gets the ball based on the position of the pass, the availability of your hitters, the other team's blocker position and abilities and the other team's defense. Setter may also decide to dump or put the ball over the net on the second contact depending on these factors.
A tennis ball is tossed in the air and the setter moves her/his feet to get square under the tennis ball. The setter attempts to “catch” the ball in the cone above her/his forehead in a position square to the target. Variations: Three Balls - Have three tennis balls and three people tossing them from different angles. This will add an element of complexity to the drill.