Setting volleyball techniques. Slow hands vs quick hands, strategy for a 5-1 offense vs a 6-2.
Proper volleyball setting can be the make or break factor for just about any volleyball team at any level.
Good setting is as much about feet as it is about hands.
For the beach team sport, see Beach volleyball. For other uses, see Volleyball (disambiguation)
Volleyball setting techniques. The setter needs to have wrists cocked and fingers open to receive the ball.
Volleyball strategies should be unique to your teams level of play.
Looking for some volleyball setting drills to train your setter?
Whether you’re the setter on your volleyball team or just looking to improve, we can all use ideas to improve our skills.
A setter is a very important player of a volleyball team.
How to play volleyball section gives tips how to pass, set, spike and serve.