What is blocking in volleyball?
Blocking in volleyball is the first opportunity the players on your serving team on defense have to stop the opposing team from spiking, bumping or tipping the ball successfully into your court.
Once your team serves the ball over the net, you guys are now "on defense" while the other team is "on offense."
If your three front row hitters, who are now called "blockers" in volleyball since your team is on defense, can't stop the opposing team's hitters then it's up to your three back row players to dig the hard hit or the tip up so that your team can replay it and send it back over the net in an attempt to earn a point and to win the right to serve the ball.
Another way of explaining what is blocking in volleyball is to describe it as "the first line of defense for the serving team in a rally."
After the serve, the front row players on the serving team now known as blockers, are in a three player blocking formation at the net ready to deflect any attack hit from the opposing team by jumping and extending shoulders, arms and hands over the net to create a wall that blocks the ball from re- entering their court.
To block well you are required to
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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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