A set is usually the second contact a team makes on the ball and it is
Another way of saying this is...
Let's use a real example.
Lets say your team is on offense and the opposing team is serving your
If all goes as planned, that passer "passes" the ball up to the front row,
about two to three feet to the right of center, where a second player,
the setter on your team, is now at the net with their arm's raised
The setters knees are slightly bent, so that they can run in any
direction to place their body underneath the ball that has just been
passed to them from their back row player.
Ideally they are turned so that they are perpendicular to the net, facing
their zone 4, which is the left side of their court.
team has according to basic volleyball rules.
The hitters job is to make the third contact by passing, tipping or
spiking the volleyball over the net and into the opposing team's court.
any balls to zone 2 they will do so by backsetting the ball.
When the ball comes down it should come down right to your
forehead, that's where you want to place yourself as a setter, underneath
the path of the ball as it comes down from the pass.
Your legs and lower body should be balanced underneath you, as they
possess the strength needed to help you get the ball to one of the
be able to push the ball from antenna to antenna or pin to pin as they
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