Volleyball Jump Set 10 Setting Drills This drill can be performed in pairs, or players can perform it individually against a wall. Players set the ball either to their partner or against the wall, and alternates between setting while standing on their feet, and setting with a jump.
When jump setting Coach Skinner’s number one focus and priority is that the setters arrives at the ball on balance. His experience with his setters has been that they are more balanced on long passes when the jump off of one foot. When covering ground it is simply easier to jump with control, balance and power when jumping off one foot.
Jump Sets - The active player will jump set off both feet after each figure eight. One Footed Sets - The active player will serve off one foot after each figure eight – the foot farthest from the net should be the foot contacting the ground.
Be At Your Setting Location. Your setting location is the place where you are supposed to run your offense. This could vary slightly depending on your team and your coach, but typically this is the front right side of the court, between position 2 and position 3.
1 step off the net. 3 steps off the net. 1 step behind the target zone. 3 steps behind target zone/ off the net. F. Triangle setting series. Have your players stand at the net with a target in the attacking zone and toss them a ball with the focus strictly on the left to right finish toward the target.
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John Dunning, Head Coach at Stanford University, gets into the nitty-gritty of jump setting. He has three rules: use your arms to jump, show your form, and hold your finish until you land.
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.
footwork drills (GREAT for WARM-UPS) Jump Rope One of the BEST footwork drills... Have players do a combination of regular, two-footed jumps; 1-footed jumps; "running" jumps (where they are actually running in place "thru" the jump rope - be careful that they are not skipping rope here, but actually running in place). You can also