There are two specific tactics you can use, to control or change the speed of the game when you're playing volleyball.
This first tactic may not seem like a crafty thing to do during a game, but walking back to serve the ball every so often during a match is one thing that can improve your serve.
Serious players on the court, are in the habit of hustling to get from one position or one zone to the next.
Usually it is a good idea to jog back to the service line when its time for you to serve.
Most players do this so they can take advantage of taking as much time as possible to get set up to serve the ball before the referee blows the whistle to start the rally.
But when you run back to the service line to serve the ball you are potentially speeding up the rhythm of the game.
The sooner you get behind the service line, the faster the referee sees you are ready to start the rally, so he blows his whistle, which starts the rally at a faster rate.
Sometimes its necessary to give your front row hitters a chance to catch their breath.
Let's say your team has lost a few points in a row to a team that runs a pretty quick offense. Then, you and your teammates fight through a long rally and you all manage to win the sideout.
Far the last few plays, the opposing team has been running a quick offense so they're the ones who've been controlling the speed of the game.
Now, that your team has won the ball back, do you want to run back quickly and serve the ball, keeping the same pace of the game that your opponents have established?
Or do you want to slow things down a bit to establish your own team's rhythm?
If you slow things down, then
Without risking a yellow card or getting a 'delay of game' warning, you can change the rhythm of the game by walking instead of running back to the service line.
The referee will wait for you to be in position behind the end line before blowing the whistle to start the rally.
Okay here's where you need to go now! There are three options:
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