Additional Setting Drills. Harlem Globetrotters: player continuous setting. Start standing up, move slowly to a seated position and then to on their back. Finish by standing back up. Must continue setting the ball. 1 person continuous setting lying on their back. Set the ball between legs. Relay races Stomach setters: 2-person partner drill.
The setter concentration drill is specially designed to improve setter’s concentration. When practicing this volleyball drill, a setter has to play for both teams. The task of a coach is to tosses the team a free ball. Afterwards, the setter who runs the play receives the pass.
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The first pass is a perfect pass the must be set out (forward) She calls it a Go ball. The second pass is off the net and must be set back. She call this a Gus. Second Sequence – The setter receives two different types of passes (10 total) The first pass is forward and is set to the outside.
This volleyball setting drill is intended for the entire team, as anyone may be called on to set in different circumstances throughout the match. All players should be confident enough to deliver a ball to the outside that can be attacked. Drill Setup:
Have a player stand behind one of the setters (you could put a player behind each). The player behind the setter will signal Rock, Paper or Scissors while the ball is in the air. The setter receiving the ball must turn away from the ball and see the signal.
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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.
Volleyball Setting Drills Whether you need to work on your setter's technique, vision, accuracy or connection with the hitters, you'll find all of the volleyball setter drills you need to master the skill of setting.
DRILL DESCRIPTION: Two partners face each other from a distance of 20 feet and set the ball back and forth. This exaggerated distance helps develop hand and wrist strength and makes a setter better at smaller distances. This replicates setting the ball crosscourt during a match accuracy is just as important as setting to a nearby hitter.