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Back setting needs to be one of those tools! Here are 9 tips for amazing volleyball back setting: Keep your hands high. Take the ball more directly overhead instead of at your forehead. Push your hips forward and arch your back slightly. Avoid risky sets – focus on delivering hittable balls. Learn to read the passer’s platform early.
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Jumping to Backset a Volleyball Download Article 1. Start out in a neutral position. Stand with your feet about shoulder width apart or a little wider with your knees... 2. Square up under the ball. When you see the ball coming your way, position yourself directly under it. 3. Generate power. Much ...
According to Mardini the footwork is the same for the back set as it is with the forward set with the exception that the back set requires at left right footwork pattern and that the knee must be driven down towards the ground thus forcing the hips forward so that the ball goes backward.
SportVideos.com and Ashlie Hain is the Head Women's Volleyball Coach at the University of California Irvine (UCI) present this clip for Volleyball Practice a...
Jim Miret of Front Range Volleyball Club who has trained a number of great setters in his career analyzes how he trains his setters to be great back setters.
When setting a volleyball, the ball should only be contacted by your fingers and never the palms of your hands. The points of contact on your fingers should be close to the same contact points as when you formed the triangle (basically, you want your finger tips on the ball).
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.