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What does 4-2 mean in volleyball?
4 2 volleyball is when there are 4 hitters (2 outside and 2 middle hitters) and 2 setters playing on the court . The setter is in the front row, and then the extra sette…r is in the back row.
Outside is the outside hitter. When a player yells "outside" they want the setter to set the ball outside which is actuall the left front row player. A team may also say outsi…de if the opposing team is spiking the ball and it is their outside player that is spiking it.
It's when the blocker goes up on a hit but the ball only "touches" their hand, and keeps going. Or when anyone goes to play the ball and relizes it's out but they "touch" it w…hen it goes out.
A rally is the complete number of hits between each team. It is when the teams hit the ball back and forth without the ball touching the ground or a breach of the rules. A ral…ly is over when a team messes up, and cannot legally keep the ball in play. Rally scoring is when the team wins the point, they also win the serve.
I believe it means right side hitter but OPP is used more often
It means that you set the ball up so you bump it up in the air for the spiker to slam it down to the other side
1. Libero, this person is the dedicated passer on the team, this person wears a different shirt to the rest of the team. This person is prohibited to enter the front court, se…rve or hit the ball. But the Libero is allowed unlimited substitutions. 2. Defensive Specialist, this person is similar to the Libero but the D.S is allowed to hit, serve and go into front court. But the manager of the team will sub him off when he/her reaches front court. 3. Middle Hitter, this person stays in front court and is subbed off when he reaches back-court. Either the D.S or the Libero can sub on for this person. The middle hitter stays in position 3. Usually, the middle hitter is the tallest hitter and the worst passer on the team. 4. Setter, this person is the orchestrator of the team, the setter will always take the 2nd ball to set up an attack for either the outside hitter or the middle. The setter is crucial to the team. 5. Outside/Opposite Hitter, the outside hitter is either in position 4 or in position 1, this person hits a variety of sets and usually is the all-rounded player in the team. The outside hitter works well in back-court as well as front-court.
An ace is when the ball is served over the net and the receiving team either doesn't hit it at all, or only hits it once and the ball is not returned back over the net.
A block is a defensive action in which one or more players stop a ball before, or just after, it crosses the net.
When a person spikes the volleyball hard from the other team (or side), a person from the team opposite of the one who just spiked will block the ball and keep it off their si…de.
Co-ed volleyball is when both guys and girls play on the same team.
Set's down means that the setter is back row, so they are not able to tip over the net. Set's up means that the setter is front row, so they can jump and tip the ball.
When the ball is on your side of the net you are attempting to set up an attack on the opposite team. This is the offense.
Holding is a football term, not volleyball. The volleyball equivalent of a holding is a lift, which is when you lift the ball up or push it away instead of bumping, setting, b…locking, or attacking.
In the few seconds between when the ball is given to the other team and when it is served over the net, our team makes the choice to try and give us the strongest defense agai…nst the serve. By running the 6:2 defense you remove your setter from coming into contact with the first ball and put them in position to set up a hit. The first move is the setter, who steps into the front row and "pushes up" the player in front of her. Pushing up is when the setter is in the back row and moves to the front row, for a defensive purposes, standing directly behind the player who is playing in front of her. Moving the setter is taking her out of the way of the first touch with the ball. This sets it up so when the second touch comes the setter can take it and try to get help get a hit. In the next second after the setter has moved the two remaining back row players, depending on their location, slide to fill the gap that was left. This opens up a spot opposite to where to setter is currently. At the same time the girl in the front row, farthest from the setter, will step into the back row. Therefor filling the gap and putting three passers in the back for serve receive This is an effective system for a few reasons. When you take the setter out of the back row it gives you three different people to give hitting opportunities to. Verses with a 5:1 the setter is the hitter on the weak, or left, side. This only allows for the middle and strong, or right, side hitters to be on the offence. Also with the 6:2 your setter is always in the back row. With it you have not one but two setters on the court together. They must be opposite of each other though for this play to work. As soon as the current setter rotates to the front then she becomes a hitter and the other setter takes over the position.