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.
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Volleyball is a team sport in which each team aims to keep the ball up on its side of the net while attempting to put the ball down on the opposing team's side of the net. A team scores when the ball touches the ground on the opponent's side of the net or the opponent is unable to return the ball to the other side within three contacts.
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Volleyball Setting Basics: Hand-positioning for the front set. To teach proper setting technique, your first priority with a young player should be to develop their touch on the ball. As Coach Hiza explains here, setters should work on consistently taking the ball right on their foreheads and touching it with all 10 fingers. Other key takeaways:
You will learn the mechanics of the best setters in the world. You will have the opportunity to develop the setting skills you will need to compete in college. If you are a complete beginner, this is your chance to develop the correct setting mechanics. You don't want to make the mistake of playing volleyball with poor form.
A former collegiate standout at the University of Wisconsin, four-time All American, and currently on Olympic team roster, Lauren Carlini breaks down the mec...
Players guide the ball counter clockwise around a triangular pattern with one person at the “point” bump passing while the other two players use an overhead set. Purpose: This volleyball setting drill is intended for the entire team, as anyone may be called on to set in different circumstances throughout the match.
Christie continues to share the important fundamentals of setting that she values and how she goes about teaching them to the setters that she works with.
The setter mechanics and footwork must constantly be challenged by extending the setter range out on the court. Moving through All 9 Attack Zones. The setter must learn to move quickly and athletically through all nine zones along the net. Training Deceptive Moves.