This volleyball setting drill is usually performed by three players (setter, player 1 and player 2). First of all, three players have to create the triangle. Both player 1 and player 2 should take a ball. For the first time, the ball is tossed to player 1 to a setter.
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Drill Setup: A coach or player to underhand toss balls to the setter. A player standing at each antenna to receive sets and return balls to the coach or player tossing the ball. Setter stands at the setter position, two feet right of center in the front row.
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ELITE SETTING DRILLS & TRAINING. First Team All American Setter, Professional Volleyball Player and Coach, Kele Eveland created this collection of video trainings to give access to coaches, players, and parents looking for ideas and ways to improve practice, techniques, and skill training. Think of it like a virtual video book for setters!
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.
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.
Setter Concentration Drill. This drill involves a setter going back and forth under the net setting for both teams. This volleyball setting drill starts by the coach tossing a team a free ball. The ball is passed up to the setter and the setter runs a play.
This article will share all kinds of tips, concepts, and drills for improving your setting. If you are brand new to setting, or volleyball in general, start off by reading our Beginner’s Guide To Setting A Volleyball. 1. Pay Attention To Your Setting Stance. When you’re a setter, you will spend almost all of your time in one of two stances: your athletic stance, and your “down and ready” stance.
The goal with setter training is for your setter to advance to a “higher level” as quickly as possible. The more effective and efficient the training, the faster the setter will progress. From observing high level volleyball, you will notice the best setters have things in common when it comes to the technique and footwork.