Volleyball Explained: Setter in Rotation 2

[Applause] in the episode volleyball explained setter in rotation 1 it was explained what are the specifics of rotation 1 taking into account difficulties deriving from the disposition of the Spikers following request from a true fan of the channel we are making a step back along the rotations let’s examine what is happening in notation to the setter starts from position 2 and in a perfect world he expects to set the ball from this zone here an outside hitter attacks from position for the opposite should make his run from position 5 and spike from back wrong the middle starts from position 4 and has several options if the setter caused him close to him his run will be something like this if the seller calls him in the distance in order also to open the play with the opposite behind and to tear up the block the run of the middle will be like this depending on the arrangement between him and the setter for the distance needed the setter can also play over the middle when he caught him in the distance your pollens opposite or setter helps against the middle it would be more difficult for him to block well against the outside hitter in this rotation the outside hitter in position 6 can also attack pipe in terms of reception the weakest point in this rotation is the conflict zone between the outside hitters in position five and position six [Music] especially if they are not the best receivers afloat serve can be directed there in order to easily the first hole attacker [Music] or the possibility for pipe attack xever in position six should help his colleague who is first row in order to give him a chance to attack freely in position four an important remark is that in this rotation it is harder for liberal to help since he’s in position one of course if the liberal and one of the other receivers are very good it can try to receive the flawed serve in a formation of only two [Music]

5 thoughts on “Volleyball Explained: Setter in Rotation 2

  1. Do you have percentage of attack zones in this rotation?
    Another difficulty for opposite in this rotation is long way to first zone. What do you think?

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