The Art of Coaching Volleyball. Follow. Watch as Laurie Eisler shares some common mistakes that setters tend to make and ways you can help your setters fix these errors. May 2, 2019 - Videos, High School and Club, Setting Technique, Beginner / Youth.
Learn how to hit a volleyball correctly by taking note of these common errors and corrective actions. Read more: Basic Volleyball Rules and Fundamentals. Error #1: Player's approach footwork is backwards (known as "goofy footing") Correction: Have the player focus on their arms as they work with their legs. For right-handers, their hands should go forward with the left step and back with the right (opposite for left-handers.)
Four consecutive hits by a team is another common volleyball mistakes. A violation is whistled when a team hits the ball 4 or more times before returning it to the opponent. Assisted Hit. It's illegal for a player or any object to assist a teammate in playing the ball.
Common Hitting Error #2: Shot-Putting the Ball. Is shot-putting a word? I have no idea. But I think it communicates what this error usually looks like! The player will lower their elbow just before contact, and let the ball come to a short rest in their hand, after which they appear to PUSH the ball over the net instead of strike it.
According to Wikipedia, the following actions are considered errors and faults in the game of volleyball: 1) The ball lands out of the court, in the same court as the team that touched it last,...
Common errors for setting: 1. Error-cause-correction: ball set too tight to net. Square the hips, knees and feet to the 5 position. Keep set 3’ off the net. 2. Error-cause-correction: 5-ball set too far inside. Extend follow-through out and use arms and legs together. Transfer weight forward. 3. Error-cause-correction: ball set too far inside for 15 set.
Basic Rules of Volleyball - Double Contact - Bad Call or Good Call? This was absolutely a false call from a referee. (It is quite common that referees incorrectly call off the set, when there is too much spin on it.) There is no rule in indoor volleyball about the "spin on the ball." What referee should call?
* Answer: (kills –errors)/total attacks: (K-E / TA) * Note that if a player has more errors than kills, this will be a negative number * Example: Sarah Smith has 20 kills, 5 errors and 60 total attacks. Her hitting percentage would be .250 (20-5 = 15; 15/60 = .250) Education. Recognition. Innovation American Volleyball Coaches Association