1) Good blocking to defense transition footwork. 2) Calling for the ball and focus on a settable ball from defense. 3) Successfully transitioning outside the court to be ready to approach and spike. 4) Focusing on good form in the spike. Volleyball Drills Spiking Overview. Time: 3-15 minutes # Players: 1-14
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The SPIKE is used to either put the ball down in a portion of the court where the opposition is not, or to strike the ball so hard that the defenders are unable to deal with it effectively.
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A volleyball spike or attack is the strategy used to send the ball over the net to the opponent in such a manner that ball is not returnable. The spike is performed by moving the arm in a way such that you angle the ball to land on the ground of your opponent's side of the court. Usually a spike is hit with great force at a downward angle.
Learn how to defend against common middle spikes, like the front one, back one, and three/shoot sets. This volleyball tutorial video will teach the proper d...
Basic defense strategy in volleyball is to dig the ball in a way that allows your teammates to make a play on the ball. Ideally you want to dig the ball up so the setter can set the ball. The better the dig, the easier it is to set. The better the set, the more likely the spiker can spike the ball effectively.
Volleyball Defense Strategies for Players. Here are our top volleyball defense concepts that players need to know. 1. Proper Positioning. Backcourt defensive volleyball players should be on the balls of their feet, in medium or low body position with body forward and butt down. This ensures the arms will be between the ball and the floor.
Volleyball is much more like an improv dance rather than a rigid structured one so different positioning is ideal for different situations. The only way you can really learn that is to watch other players and see what works and just to play more and start to learn.
The DS position in volleyball is the defensive specialist. This is one of the roles on the team along with the setter, the middle blocker, the outside hitter, opposite hitter, and the libero. Defensive specialists are the players that have sound passing skills and great digging. Between the libero and the DS, you have 2 roles that are focused ...