As a front row attacker or hitter you need to be able to change your volleyball ball contact on the ball so you aren't always hitting the ball hard but you vary your volleyball ball contact by slowing up the ball so it drops right behind the block or to the middle of the court.
Why should you change your volleyball ball contact when attacking the ball?
You should plan on diversifying your attack hits by adding "the tip" and these slower speed attack hits like
If your spike attacks are always hard hits, then that makes you very predictable.
Sooner or later the opposing team's block or the diggers in their backrow defense will
It will be easy for them to place themselves in the court to dig you or block you because you keep doing the same thing over and over again.
Check out a few things that an opposing team would say if they knew you try to hit every ball hard all the time.
Listen to what else they could also say...
And sooner or later... it will get harder and harder for you to score points against a team because they already know what type of spiker you are and they will set up their team defense accordingly.
This will keep the defense guessing as to how you are going to attack the ball next.
You can improve your offensive game by spending your time wisely doing repetitions of different volleyball hit options that will prepare you for many of the different blocking or defense strategies the opposing team will use to try and stop you in a game.
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Nov 25, 21 04:30 AM
These four terms used in volleyball blocking practice are words and volleyball jargon coaches use to describe blocking technique used to stop an attack hit.
Nov 25, 21 04:23 AM
A double block in one of the basic volleyball terms for blocking that describes when 2 players jump to cover cross court or the line to stop an attack hit.
Nov 25, 21 03:25 AM
My blocking tips volleyball players use to improve technique used when sealing the net with arms close to the net when stopping hitters from attacking the ball.