Volleyball Information Found On Improve Your Volley.com Website Pages

Here's all the Volleyball Information Found On Improve Your Volley.com Website Pages (Ralph Arvesen)Here's all the Volleyball Information Found On Improve Your Volley.com Website Pages (Ralph Arvesen)


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Volleyball Blocking Information on
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The block in volleyball is the first line of your team's defense when your squad has earned the right to serve the ball.

When your team is serving, your players are on defense.

The three in the front court as blockers and three in the back court who's job it is to keep the ball off the floor when and if it comes past the block.

Find all the volleyball blocking information you are looking for on ImproveYourVolley from basic blocking skills, positions, rules, drills, tips and more.  


Volleyball Serve Information on 
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After learning how to serve in volleyball the next goal is to learn how to use your serve to score a point or how to put the opposing team in difficulty so they can't run their offense to score a point. 

Your goal should be to try and score a direct point from behind your service line.

Find all the volleyball serving information you are looking for on ImproveYourVolley from basic blocking skills, positions, rules, drills, tips and more.  


Volleyball Digging Information on 
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To dig a volleyball you need to create a platform with your forearms which you use to deflect or redirect a spike, tip or hard driven hit back up to your setter, libero or teammate.To dig a volleyball you need to create a platform with your forearms which you use to deflect or redirect a spike, tip or hard driven hit back up to your setter, libero or teammate.

To dig a volleyball you need to create a platform with your forearms which you use to deflect or redirect a spike, tip or hard driven hit back up to your setter, libero or teammate.

Find all the volleyball digging information you are looking for on ImproveYourVolley from basic blocking skills, positions, rules, drills, tips and more.  


Volleyball Setter Information on 
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When the setter calls the play, she will do it in a low voice or by indicating with her fingers what play she wants her attackers to run.

When she calls the play, she will hide her fingers or hide her hands, behind the back of one of the players she is standing behind so that only her attackers know what she wants them to do.

For teams that have their hitters call the play, the hitters will do the same thing. They will call a play by hiding their fingers so only the setter sees the call or they might mouth the words of what they want to hit to the setter so she's the only one who will understand what they are saying.

Find all the setting volleyball information you are looking for on ImproveYourVolley from basic blocking skills, positions, rules, drills, tips and more.   


Volleyball Passing Information on 
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The forearm pass is the technique most commonly used during the first contact in a rally especially if you're trying to get the ball to another player or if you're trying to get the ball over the net without spiking it.

To pass the ball you keep your hands and wrists pressed together at the wrists with the thumbs of both hands pointing down to the ground.

Keeping your thumbs pointed to the ground keeps your arms straight and this creates what we call in volleyball jargon "your platform" a flat surface like one you would see on a table.

Your "platform" is what you use to make contact with the ballguiding it to your setter, or to another hitter or even across the net.

Find all the volleyball passing information you are looking for on ImproveYourVolley from basic passing skills, positions, rules, drills, tips and more.  


Volleyball Attacking, Hitting and Spiking Information on 
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Find all the volleyball attacking information you are looking for on ImproveYourVolley from basic blocking skills, positions, rules, drills, tips and more.  


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