Depending on the effectiveness of the block, an offspeed attack may be a good option. The tip is a deceptive attack disguised by a strong approach and dynamic jump.
Instead of swinging at the ball, reach high with a locked elbow, contacting the ball with your finger pads. Place the ball just over the blockers’ hands and on the floor in open space not covered by defenders.
This action can really surprise the opponents block, especially if you don’t perform it so often.
Another common offspeed shot is the roll shot. Again, disguise this attack by completing a strong, aggressive approach.
You will need to adjust your arm swing. Near the height of your jump, swing your arm in a small circle and chip the ball with an oti speed topspin motion.
Tactically, the roll shot is similar to the tip, as the attacker gets the ball over the block. Again, the intent is to have the ball land on the floor in front of the defenders.
Tooling the block
Accomplished players learn that in some cases the block is the attacker’s best friend.
They simply beat the ball off the blocker. This should be performed on blocker that is nearest the sideline and actually aim for that blocker’s outside hand. This is referred to in volleyball circles as “tooling the block” .
A lot of players use this skill when they don’t get good set from setter.
This can also be used when the block is well positioned and the player has no other possibilities but tooling the block.