Volleyball setter training is learning the techniques of hand setting. Are you ready to become a great volleyball setter? Learn these setting drills and you'...
Since you have already squared up and are facing your intended target, your arms and shoulders should follow through straight up (not out, but up to the ceiling towards the ball!) keeping your shoulders close to your ears and keeping your arms in line with your body. Once the ball is within reach of your hands, you.
Set balls back and forth and focus on using proper technique. One partner stands still while setting and sets balls to the right and left of the other player forcing him to move laterally to get to the ball. This player then sets the ball directly and accurately. Switch after 2-3 minutes.
Have a player stand behind one of the setters (you could put a player behind each). The player behind the setter will signal Rock, Paper or Scissors while the ball is in the air. The setter receiving the ball must turn away from the ball and see the signal.
If you are brand new to setting, or volleyball in general, start off by reading our Beginner’s Guide To Setting A Volleyball. 1. Pay Attention To Your Setting Stance. When you’re a setter, you will spend almost all of your time in one of two stances: your athletic stance, and your “down and ready” stance.
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Learning hand position for setting... With your hands down in front of you, put all ten fingertips together (thumbs touching each other, index fingers touching each other, etc) with the fingers spread wide. Raise your hands up above your head with your fingers still touching. Pull your elbows out to your sides.
Often called the quarterback of the volleyball court, the setter is a unique position in volleyball. Unlike the passing role (outlined in this post last week), not everybody on a team steps into the setting role during every game. In a perfect world, the only player who would ever contact the second ball would be the setter, […]
This volleyball setting drill is usually performed by three players (setter, player 1 and player 2). First of all, three players have to create the triangle. Both player 1 and player 2 should take a ball. For the first time, the ball is tossed to player 1 to a setter.