Let's review these six super important skills
you need to know if you intend to try out for your guys or girls varsity volleyball team.
What is the serve?
The serve is your first opportunity to score a point against the opposing team. Its the only skill out of the 6 basic skills that you perform by yourself and don't depend on anyone else to help you score a point.
The volleyball jump serve is designed to create alot of speed and pace so the ball hits the ground before the passers in serve receive on the opposing team can get to it.
In order to serve more aces in volleyball for your team, there are two versions of the jump serve that you can learn to do
Volleyball passing is the way to contact the ball with your forearms to guide it to your setter or over the net so developing a good forearm pass is crucial.
You can start building better passing skills by paying attention to the body positioning of the server on the opposing team.
Different sets have different heights and are delivered to different locations along the net.
A combination of sets that are directed to various zones along the net are called volleyball plays.
For example a four set is a very high ball that's delivered outside to Zone 4 and the five set is a high ball that's delivered backwards over the head of the setter to Zone 2.
Hitting Attack Strategies High School Varsity Volleyball Hitters Need To Know
"Using the block" is one of the most important attacking skills a high school varsity volleyball hitter uses against big blockers to score points in the front row.
these volleyball phrases all mean that they will wipe the outside hand of the blocker with the ball in order to score a point.
What is blocking in volleyball?
When the serving team's on defense with 3 front row blockers who try to stop opposing hitters from hitting into their court.
My blocking advice starts with the correct ready position at the net.
When learning how to block a ball correctly, you want to be in a "ready position" at the net before the rally starts.
If the block stops the ball at the net and the ball goes back to the opposing teams floor, that's a point for the block, your team, your team gets to rotate and serve.
If the block does not stop the ball, then your three players in the back row have to dig the ball up to keep the rally going.
The dig is the last line of defense for a team to keep an attacked ball from hitting the floor and scoring a point or sideout.
What you just read was just a warmup!
Just like in volleyball practice, you do a little stretching to warm up your muscles before getting into the real meaty part of practice.
Learn to do tons of reps and go over each drill repeatedly until you get it right.
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