Types of Volleyball Set Numbers: Spikers Hit In A Fast Offense
The following volleyball sets are fast tempo sets that are delivered in front of the setter in Zone 3 or Zone 4 in the front row.
Fast tempo sets are the fastest paced balls delivered from the setter to the hitter in order to try and keep the opposing team's blockers off balance and unable to stop the attack hit at the net.
These fast set descriptions are paired with their volleyball set numbers which setters call to their hitters so they know which plays and sets to run.
The shoot set relies on precise timing and precision placement delivered primarily to the left side outside hitter.
This set is also known as the "Go. "
Half Shoot Set
The half shoot set is a high velocity set which at its highest reaches about 1-2 feet above the top of the net and lands one foot off the net between Zone 3 and Zone 4.
The half shoot set relies on precise timing and precision placement delivered primarily to the middle blocker.
The half shoot is also known as the 31.
The 31 Set
When the "31 set" is run in advanced levels of competition the hitter is in the air just before the setter sets the ball then swings fast once the ball is delivered along the net in their arm swinging zone.
The three set, the half shoot and the "31" sets are pretty much all the same and vary only with a hitter's spike approach speed, their ability to jump and be up in the air and to time their or accelerate their armswing speed.
Back One Set
The Slide set
The slide is a
The slide can be run so the ball is set so it falls in the right front positions on the court either right behind the setter or pushed further along the net closer to the right front antenna.
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