An outside hitter's job is to be a primary scorer for the team who plays a big part of the team's serve receive formation so they need to pass well.
A left side hitter on most high school and club teams should expect to spike the ball quite often during each set, so they need be well-conditioned athletes in that position.
So a good reason to do hitting volleyball drills is to build up physical endurance, mental strength and confidence to hit a lot of balls against a one or two-person block during a match.
You learn not to just hit the balls but to develop the fearlessness and emotional toughness to repeatedly be in pressure-filled games and be able to terminate match winning points without hesitation, backing down or being afraid.
This puts the setter in a position to give her outside hitter alot of sets, especially a setter who is less experienced and doesn't have the talent to give many balls to the middle or back set behind her to her setter in Zone 2.
The left side hitter should know she is going to get the majority of the balls set by the setter.
Because at the beginning of each rally, when her team is in serve receive the setter sets up at the net facing the left side of the court.
Its easier for her to get the ball out to the left side of the court, especially if she has just received an imperfect pass which forces her to set the ball on the run.
If she wants to set the right side player behind him/her she will have to deliver a back set.
The volleyball drills we do for hitters in semi-private training sessions are designed to help you improve the various ways you need to be able to attack or spike a volleyball past the block.
Check out this hitting drill called Nine Person Pepper.
Both left and right outside hitters, are working on
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Many of these volleyball practice drills you can do at home by yourself or try at your next practice with your teammates.
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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