What's the English term for setter positions in volleyball?

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The main volleyball positions in volleyball are setter, outside hitter, libero, middle hitter, and opposite.

The setter position is usually considered the most important. The setter is like the quarterback.

The setter touches the ball more than any other player. The setter runs the offense and is the player "in charge" out on the court.

The best setters have mastered the basic skills in volleyball.

A good setter can make or break a team.

Of all the volleyball positions, no player affects the performance of a team more than the setter.

Dynamic Setter Plays

Do you need help choosing a setter?

The following are attributes to look for in a setter...

Right attitude. The setter needs to be emotionally stable. The setter must be able to handle pressure and learn from mistakes without becoming overwhelmed.
Coachable. The setter must be able to absorb and use what the coach teaches.
Leadership. If the...
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Determine where to put your hands by putting them on your hips and bring them up. This will make your fingers in the right position, so don't move them once you move your hands.

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Hold your hands above your head slightly forward. Your pointer fingers and thumbs should make a small "window" just as your forehead.

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Get under the ball.

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Quickly flick your wrists and push with your fingertips as a ball comes to you. Use your legs to set the ball higher.

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Set high and out for your hitter if they don't approach. Keep it close if they do, and set it farther out.

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Communicate! This is the most important thing for the setter to do. Listening to other team members is efficient in team work. Tell which person you mean the set for.

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If the ball is too low for you to do a regular set, you can bump set. In bump setting, all you do is bump it. Some people call it passing, so...

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Volleyball positions and techniques for playing those positions effectively.

Setter

The setter is considered to be the most important position in volleyball. The setter on the team is the leader. Just like a quarterback in football, a setter in volleyball is in charge out on the court.

Jump Setting a Volleyball

The setter is the team leader that's involved in every play.

As volleyball positions are concerned, setter is a critical position that doesn't get the accolades or reap the awards that big hitters do.

Fans usually don't notice the setter on the court, but the setter is usually the primary reason a spiker can hit the ball to the floor.

Setters do what the name implies: The setter sets up their teammate for an attack. How well your team plays usually depends on how well your setter plays.

Passer/Defender

Most teams have players that specialize in passing. These players are...

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Daichi: “ah yisss the woman anatomy the ovaries, eggs, *looks at smudge on hand* the shitoris”

Suga: “next class I’ll show you a demonstration on the position ‘reverse volleyball player’, but first I need my volunteer Daichi”

Asahi: *never shows up to teach because he’s embarrassed*

Nishinoya: “do you put the tampon in your butt or your Regina” *class begins to teach him instead*

Tanaka: “now look at this sick ass video I took of my bro nishinoya doing rolling thunder”

Hinata: *shakily putting condom on banana* “AND THEN I GUESS YOU EAT IT?!?”

Kageyama: *teaches straight out the textbook and shows detailed birthing videos* “don’t do drugs kids”

Tsukki: “mr. tsukishimi we’ve watched the same scene in Jurassic park over and over again” *referring to the scene in the first movie where they are looking at the eggs being hatched
“This is educational, this is how we were born”

Yamaguchi: *sitting in tsukki’s class taking...

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There are many different types of sports but I will primarily talk about the following in this lesson:

Volleyball
Soccer
Swimming
Softball
Tennis

Volleyball

"I play volleyball on our high school team."
"I play volleyball for our university."
"I play recreational volleyball."
"I play in a volleyball league run by the city."

"What position do you play?"

"I'm a setter for our team."
"I'm the outside hitter."
"I'm a back row specialist."
"I'm good at digging balls, so I play in the back."
"I'm the tallest in our team so I'm the middle blocker."

"Our team plays a two six rotation."

Two six rotation is a terminology used in volleyball where there are two setters. They take turns and the person who is in the back is the setter, so they should be opposite of each other in the lineup.

"I like to play beach volleyball. There is so much more action because it is only two of us."
"Beach...

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Beach volleyball is a team sport played by two teams of two players on a sand court divided by a net. It has been an Olympic discipline since the 1996 Games.

As in indoor volleyball, the object of the game is to send the ball over the net and to ground it on the opponent's court, and to prevent the same effort by the opponent. A team is allowed up to three touches to return the ball across the net. The ball is put in play with a serve — a hit by the server from behind the rear court boundary over the net to the opponents. The rally continues until the ball is grounded on the playing court, goes "out", or is not returned properly.[1][2]

The team winning a rally scores a point and serves to start the following rally. The four players serve in the same sequence throughout the match, changing server each time a rally is won by the receiving team. Beach volleyball originated at the Outrigger Canoe Club, on the shores of Waikiki Beach (in Hawaii, USA), and has achieved...

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Congratulations to our seniors who have come to the culmination of their Waldorf education. After their senior presentations and this Spring's service learning field trips, they have now turned to the tasks of preparing their summer plans and prepping for new experiences in college, professional training in work experiences, and travel opportunities too. We wish them the best and look forward to hearing about all their accomplishments in the future!

25 seniors venture into varied pursuits and passions...


Here are profiles of their plans for 2016-17:

Paul Bonaccorsi anticipates taking classes and continuing to create art. Paul is a dedicated artist and will continue to develop his skills in this realm while living in Chicago. His long-term goal is to establish a career in the arts.

Maddy Byrne will attend Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. Since 1837, Mount Holyoke has been a pioneer in higher education and leadership for women....

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