Here is the dig volleyball definition for two terms including explanations for
which both describe what happens in backrow defense.
Digging volleyball spikes and keeping the ball from hitting the court floor is a large part of the job description for liberos, defensive specialists and six rotation players who have to play defense in the back court.
Learning these four defensive terms will help players in these positions do there jobs even better.
A "nice up!" is a great defensive save or dig.
It's in the same category of phrases or terms describing an incredible volleyball dig, like the term "nice lip" is.
This is what players say when a teammate has been digging volleyball spikes all match has made an incredibly unbelievable dig.
An "up" comes as a result of a player who is continuously digging volleyball hits, tips and attacks that stay off the floor.
When she digs a playable ball she has dug the ball "up."
Regardless of whether you have to dive, roll, extend, sprawl or just stand in place to make great defensive saves, a nice "up" means you kept the ball from hitting your court floor.
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If you're a B team or JV player trying to make varsity next year...your goal should be to complete 1000 reps a day of at least three of the basic skills on your own...volleyball passing, serving and setting should be at the top of the list.
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