This is simple counter-attacking volleyball drill.
The same situations could happen in the game so the players should be prepared.
One player spikes the ball to zone 4.
Player in zone 4 should receive the ball and leave it in the court.
Player from zone 1 runs to zone 3 and sets the ball into the basket.
Coach throws the ball high to passer.
Passer passes the ball to setter.
Setter can perform any combination he wants. He can set the ball to zone 1, zone 3, zone 6 and zone 4, allowing players to attack from all positions.
On the other side of net players try to perform block with two or three players. With two defensive players, blockers should defend the court.
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. Continue Reading
As a setter, you are not always limited to setting to teammates in front of you. You can send the ball behind with a back set and surprise the opponents.
The back set may be challenging for new players. The setter receives the ball the same as she would on a front set. The initial body, arm, and hand position will be helpful in execution of the back set. Contact the ball near your forehead, but then arch your back and drive your arms high above your head. This extension should finish with your biceps very close to your ears. With experience and practice, you will gain confidence in setting to a player that you cannot see.
Good setters are able to set in either direction and have their form look exactly the same. So, if you want to perform the back set, don’t look back over the top of your head because the blockers will know what you are about to do and they will have advantage against the hitter.
Players in zone 1 and zone 4 pass the ball to setter.
Setter sets the ball to each of them.
These players perform the attack, but they should hit the ball to block that is performed by the players on the other side of the net.