Each volleyball position is defined along with the physical and mental responsibilities of each role., You'll need to assume these qualities in order to play that position when you learn how to play volleyball at advanced levels.
Are you a setter? The volleyball setter holds one of the key leadership positions on the court.
Learn what it takes and how to call plays, run your team's offense and discover the best way to communicate with your hitters while leading your team.
Do you play in one of the outside hitter volleyball positions?
Whether you specialize on playing on the left side or you're an opposite hitter on the right side your job is to learn how to play volleyball aggressively, confidently and intelligently, so that you consistently find ways to score with the ball your setter, libero or teammate gives to you.
A libero is like a pinch hitter in baseball, who goes in for special duties.
The libero duties are to pass the ball, play defense in the back court and in some instances serve the ball for a front row player who rotates to the back row.
Digging a ball if you are a libero is one of the six major fundamental skills a varsity player needs to master.
Are you a middle blocker?
The middle blocker, is usually the tallest person on the team, who is the primary defensive player at the net, responsible for stopping the opponents attack hits before they cross the net into their team's court.
The middle blocker has specific responsibilities, footwork and hitting options that differ from both of the outside blockers.
Learn what they are so you can be the master or mistress or Wonder Woman at the net.
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