We believe that players need to do ALOT of great volleyball drills with setting repetitions in a short amount of time in order to improve their technique.
Without stopping the ball partners are required to listen to the next call and perform the next set...without letting the ball stop or drop between them.
Set a "2" to yourself and a "hut" to your partner.
A "hut" is an outside, second tempo set that's lower than the "4", has some arc and no peak which at its highest point is 4-5 feet above the net.
After two minutes of doing these reps the next call would be...
Set a "1" to yourself and a "Go" to your partner.
These are first tempo sets, which means these are the fastest paced sets a hitter can hit.
The "one" goes to the middle blocker while the "go" is set outside to the left side hitter.
Setting The "Go" and the "One"
What's the "Go" set?
A fast set to zone 4 travels nearly 2 - 3 feet above the net with no arc or peak at a high speed then the "Hut" or the "Go".
What's the "One" set?
A quick set usually given to the middle blocker that's one foot above the top of the net, usually set in Zone 3.
Set a "2" to yourself and a "side set a 4" to your partner.
What's the "side" set?
Players make a quarter turn to their right or left before setting the ball over their shoulder to the intended target.
What's the "4" set?
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I share alot of individual, partner and easy-to-do volleyball serving drills we do in class with my followers.
Many of these volleyball practice drills you can do at home by yourself or try at your next practice with your teammates.
If you're a B team or JV player trying to make varsity next year...your goal should be to complete 1000 reps a day of at least three of the basic skills on your own...volleyball passing, serving and setting should be at the top of the list.
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Jump Setting Drills at Breakfast Club Try this jump setting drill we did the first week in March . . . ...you can do it with a partner and/or against the garage wall. . . . Jump set a 4 to yourself Jump set a 2 to yourself Jump set a 4 to yourself Jump set a HUT to your partner or to the wall . . . Working on -body control, -setting at the top of your jump not on the way down -strong shoulders positioned at 12 o'clock until you set to your partner -talking to your partner while they are looking up -ball control . . .