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Like quarterbacks in football, the volleyball setter position requires the setter to run the offense by deciding the volleyball plays her offense will run.
For a left handed volleyball setter who receives a good pass, the ball will get to your dominant hand first, which means that you can dump the ball faster and disguise it more, making it difficult for the defense to see the tip coming.
Learn how to improve your setting technique with these setter volleyball checklist tips that breakdown what to do with each body part from head to toe.
Here are descriptions of some of the most common types of setters volleyball sets given to their hitters when their team is on offense.
This volleyball setter training reviews step-by-step each body part and what it does so you learn how to correct your own mistakes.
Be a setter in volleyball who knows how to run an effective offensive attack with two or three front row hitters to beat the block and opposing defense.
This volleyball setters training checklist provides you four ways to improve your setting skills. For non volleyball setters and for setters learn how to set.
The player in the setter volleyball position gets to every second ball in a rally to set that ball to a hitter who attacks it for a point or sideout.
The setter volleyball player runs her team's offense just like a quarterback does in football. The setter calls the plays her hitters run against blockers.
Developing great volleyball passing skills is crucial for you because passing is the way to contact the ball with your forearms to guide it to your setter.
Learn three ways from easy to complex to hold your hands together before you pass a volleyball to your intended target.
I wrote the very popular volleyball passing tutorial "11 Ways To Sharpen Your Serve Receive Game" that appears on the Active.com site. I reprinted here for you.
Ball control is the biggest part of being able to forearm pass a volleyball consistently to your setter when your team is in serve receive formation.
Your volleyball pass will improve very quickly if you track the ball in the opposing server's hands before the serve the ball and while it travels to your court