This video features Alan Knipe reviewing important volleyball setting “Verbal cues” for setters and non-setters. Great coaches have the ability for players to understand and remember complex motor patterns with easy to understand verbal cues or keys. This video demonstrates why Alan is one of the best coaches in the United States.
This video is from a youth volleyball private lessons with two players in 1st and 3 rd grade, volleyballtots who are learning the game. In this video the players are being coached on setting.
In this VolleyballTots Youth Private Coaching Lessons Andor Gyulai the owner of volleyball1on1 teaches two young players age 5 the skill of setting. The video includes powerful verbal cues, plus other coaching lessons on working and coaching volleyballtots.
This setting drill is final drill in the progression of setting drills and the focus is on decision making and dumping the ball. The players approach from area 4 and then based upon the pass have to decide are they dumping or are they setting. Chris often changes the drills in the series based upon what he see as the setters needs for that week but he always trys to get at least 1 decision making drill into the setter warm up drills.
The next progression of the warm up skill building setting drills is the two setters approaching from rotations 1, 3 and 4 in serve receive type format. Each setter sets one ball and then repeats. 4 Balls each for a “In System”, “Medium”, “Out of System” pass. Focus is getting their feet set then making the same moves and footwork to the ball.
In this video Chris Austin starts by explaining how they run setting drills and clinics. Then the video follows with a progression of the setting drills with a multi-ball stationary drill. The multi-ball stationary drill basically allows the setter to get a feel of just setting, pulling together what they did in drill 1 – where the focus was just hands, and drill 2 – where the focus was just feet. The drill consist of coach tossing 8 balls to the players and the setter setting front or back with an “In system” toss.
This early practice volleyball setting drill works on just footwork patterns when setting. This drill should be performed before practice or while the rest of the team sets up the nets and warms up. You will notice hand position (Drill 1 in series) is broken up from footwork (Drill 2 in the series). This drill teaches detailed info on volleyball setting footwork.
This video features one of our favorite youth volleyball setting drills. We encourage all youth coaches – high school and club to use this or similar drills during the early part of their practice to help develop their setters. Chris is a 2 time NCAA champion starting setter under two of the best coaches in men’s volleyball (John Speraw and David Kniffin). On top of this he coached club for 4 years while starting and winning at UCI – University of California Irvine.
Mike demonstrates how to hand set in transition by getting around the ball and push it to the target.
Mike demonstrates how to bump set by getting around behind the ball and bumping it to the target.
Proper volleyball setting can be the make or break factor for just about any volleyball team at any level. Often times the development of this absolutely essential but deceptively tricky volleyball skill is neglected…but it shouldn’t be. Learn from 3 Time NCAA Champ Stein Metzger.
Stein presents part 27 of 27 for setters. Discussed is when to do a one handed set when playing indoor volleyball.
Stein presents part 26 of 27 for setters. Discussed is how to run a back set from an off play.
Stein presents part 25 of 27 for setters. Shown is a drill for setting the off play.
Stein presents part 24 of 27 for setters. Shown is a drill to be able to set forward or back at the last second.
Stein presents part 20 of 27 for setters. Shown is correct blocking hand position for setters.
Stein presents part 19 of 27 for setters. Shown is correct blocking footwork for setters.
Stein presents part 17 of 27 for setters. Shown are several volleyball setting drills that can be done solo.
Stein presents part 16 of 27 for setters. Discussed is who takes the set after making the dig.
Stein presents part 18 of 27 for setters. Discussed is playing volleyball defense as a setter.
Stein presents part 15 of 27 for setters. Discussed is a bonus of how to dump without touching the ball. This is a fun advanced technique. Dumping Part 2.
Stein presents part 14 of 27 for setters. Discussed and shown is how to do an attack or dump as a setter for a quick point. Part 1.
Stein presents part 13 of 27 for setters. Discussed is how to be an effective leader and taking charge as the general on the court.
Stein presents part 12 of 27 for setters. Discussed is how to see what the defense is doing while setting. This is a advanced principal and critical for success at the higher level.
Stein presents part 11 of 27 for setters. Discussed is what is bic set is and how to run “The Bic” effectively. For those interested in the history of the “Bic” set and How Jeff and Stein created the name and were the first to run it in college volleyball go here now for more information.
Stein presents part 10 of 27 for setters. Discussed is how to set all areas of the back row.
Stein presents part 9 of 27 for setters. Discussed is how to run three different basic middle sets for middle hitters.
Stein presents part 8 of 27 for setters. Talked about is how to find the weakest blockers and how the hitters like the set.
Stein presents part 7 of 27 for setters. Demonstrated is how a fast outside set is done spreading the offense to the pins.
Stein presents part 6 of 27 for setters. Demonstrated is how a high outside set is executed on a broken play.
Stein presents part 5 of 27 for setters. Demonstrated is how to do a volleyball jump set and the most crucial part of correct form.
Stein presents part 4 of 27 for setters. Demonstrated is how to do a backset with correct form and technique.