Sometimes casual fans think that setting is the same thing as volleying and everyone on the team can do that. The setter is actually like the quarterback of the volleyball team and it’s really a specialized skill to be able to run the offense. So how do beginners learn to set the volleyball? Here are 4 steps to learning to set well:
How to set a volleyball. This beginner tutorial teaches all the basics of setting a volleyball, including hand position, contact, and movement.☆ SUBSCRIBE ☆h...
Volleyball Setting Drills to do by Yourself. Toss to yourself and get 10 balls in the hoop. Play around the world with yourself. If you make it into the basket, move to the next marker and try to make your way around the hoop. Start in the center of the hoop and every time you make it take a step back.
Setting Fan Drill. The setting fan drill, is a drill designed to get people used to moving to the ball, getting squared off to the target and the art of setting from different angles and locations. Regardless of whether players are beginners or FIVB World Cup champions there will always be times in which the pass isn’t in the right spot.
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Beginner volleyball drills should focus on core passing and setting skills. These fun volleyball drills will help your players start working on continuous movement while they are on the court. Movement in volleyball is essential for a good outcome.
4. Final Position. When setting a volleyball, the ball should only be contacted by your fingers and never the palms of your hands. The points of contact on your fingers should be close to the same contact points as when you formed the triangle (basically, you want your finger tips on the ball).
To get the most out of these volleyball beginner drills, watch the above 30-minute video led by Deborah Newkirk of Coach ‘Em Up. Newkirk demonstrates fun and basic volleyball drills to improve serving, passing, hitting, setting and more. Try them to get kids and novice players excited about the game of volleyball! 1. Energy check Drill