Types of Sets in Volleyball: 13 Sets You Need to Know 1. The Four A four is a high set with a trajectory that goes about three-meters high and comes down at the left front... 2. The Five A five is the opposite of a four. The ball goes about three-meters high and comes down at the right front... 3. ...
If you’re a dedicated player, you might prefer to install a permanent set in your yard. If you want to play occasionally at the park or the beach, a portable set might be more your style. The primary differences between these two types volleyball sets are durability and price. Permanent. A permanent volleyball set can be set up indoors or outdoors.
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These include: Slow sets (also known as third tempo sets) Second tempo sets Fast sets (also known as first tempo sets)
Setting Volleyball Jargon: A back set comes in all forms, such as a back high ball, back shoot, fake X, slide, back quick a "red" set. (Ralph Aversen) A back set is the type of set a setter delivers to a player that is behind them.
A 3 was the 32 set, which is pretty common usage. Our A was a 71 (back quick). We called the “hut” a “go” (which is what a lot of teams call the fast outside set these days). In contrast, at Midwestern State the “rip” was a back row attack in Zone 1. Then there’s the zero tempo concept some people now use.
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Different Types of Volleyball Sets: Spikers Hit In A Fast Offense The following volleyball sets are fast tempo sets that are delivered in front of the setter in Zone 3 or Zone 4 in the front row. Fast tempo sets are the fastest paced balls delivered from the setter to the hitter in order to try and keep the opposing team's blockers off balance and unable to stop the attack hit at the net.