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 .
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Pay attention to the left/right/set footwork. The right foot should be planted and forward before contacting the ball. Players will tend to sacrifice this footwork as they come off the figure eight movement. Jump sets should be monitored to ensure the ball is contacted high in the air.
Now, the task of a setter is to set the ball to player 2. Have a Seat Drill. This volleyball drill is performed by two players. First of all, players have to sit cross legged, so the distance between them has to be approximately 8-10 feet. Now, it is time for players to set the ball back and forth.
Freeze with arms fully extended in the direction you want the ball to go. (Hands are same distance apart upon completion as they were during contact.) Hands follow the ball. Receiving player must set the ball to a third player standing in the setter position. After three successful passes, the threesome rotates and setter goes to serve etc.
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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. Down and ready is the stance used when you’re on defense. Pretty much the rest of the time you’re playing as a setter, you’ll be in your athletic stance.
Normal pace jump, 30 seconds. Right foot only, 30 seconds. Left foot only, 30 seconds. Double right, double left, 30 seconds. Fast as you can go, 30 seconds. Repeat 3 times with a 1-minute rest ...
Hold a plate with your hands at the 9 and 3 positions. This volleyball-specific exercise builds the core and also develops upper body strength. This workout helps your shoulders stay healthy and aids in transferring power from the core to the upper body. Recommended Reps: 3 sets of 20 reps (10 left, 10 right) 0:48. 3.