On top of that they added set heights ranging from 1 to 5, with 1 being the lowest (fastest). The zones and heights were then combined to provide a two-digit specifier for each set. Thus, a standard high set to the outside (left) hitter is a 14 – zone 1, height 4. A middle quick is a 51 – zone 5, height 1.
While the standard regulation volleyball net height for men is 7 feet, 11 ⅝ inches or 2.43 meters (this is the same for standing disabled men’s volleyball teams), men’s teams that fall into older age brackets (55-70+) are allowed to lower their nets to certain heights.
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The net height for Men’s Volleyball should be set at 7 Feet, 11 ⅝ Inches or 243cm. The net height for Men aged 55-60 should be set at 7 Feet, 9 ⅝ Inches or 238cm. The net height for Men aged 70+ should be set at 7 Feet, 6 Inches or 229cm.
The volleyball net height varies for the men and women. According to the official rules for indoor courts the men's net height should be set at 7 feet 11 5/8 inches (almost feet 8' 0"). F or the women the net should be set at seven feet four 1/8 inches (7' 4 1/8" ).
High ball sets are the slowest but highest sets a setter delivers in most volleyball plays they call. Zone 4. Four set - high ball 8 - 10 feet in the air delivered to the left side hitter. Zone 3. Zone 2. Five set - a high ball 6 - 8 feet in the air delivered over the head of the setter to the opposite hitter.
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The diagram will be used for the three divisions of sets: Slow (Third Tempo) Second Tempo. Fast (First Tempo) Each diagram will depict the trajectories and intended position of each set in the division. All heights are height above the net, thus a set “one meter high” means one meter above the top of the net.