The Volleyball How To Set Definition
What is a set in volleyball?
A set is an overhand contact of the ball, usually the second contact in a rally, made after a pass in serve receive or after a dig in defense to redirect the ball to a hitter in the front row or back row by a setter to run the team's offense.
The following volleyball sets are second tempo sets that junior varsity and varsity players usually learn how to hit so their team can run a faster offense.
These sets are faster paced and are set lower to the net giving the spiker a little less time to take a spike approach that gets them to the ball in the air above the net so they can attack hit the ball into the opponent's court.
The offensive strategy behind setting second tempo and first tempo sets is that ...the lower the set ...the less time the opposing team's blockers have to place themselves in front of you so they can block your attack hit.
The "hut" is a second tempo set
The "32" is a second tempo set
The "red" is a second tempo set
What is a two ball in volleyball?
A two set in volleyball is
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