Volleyball setter training is learning the techniques of hand setting. Are you ready to become a great volleyball setter? Learn these setting drills and you'...
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Pay attention to the left/right/set footwork. The right foot should be planted and forward before contacting the ball. Players will tend to sacrifice this footwork as they come off the figure eight movement. Jump sets should be monitored to ensure the ball is contacted high in the air.
The correct hand position is about 1 ½ inches apart at the thumbs and index fingers. Your hands should form a triangle open space. Your hands should also be in the shape of holding a ball. As the ball arrives, your hands and fingers will absorb the ball and then send it out to your target.
Set balls back and forth and focus on using proper technique. One partner stands still while setting and sets balls to the right and left of the other player forcing him to move laterally to get to the ball. This player then sets the ball directly and accurately. Switch after 2-3 minutes.
This volleyball setting drill starts with the coach tossing the ball up to the setter from the backcourt. Just before the ball reaches the setters hands, the middle blocker takes a step either to the left or to the right. The setter then sets the ball in the opposite direction of the blocker's movement.
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