in volley ball the setter in back just rotates as a normal player (hitter) until they get to the front where they run a 4:2 so the person in the middle switches with them after the ball is served and switches back after every point so people stay in rotation
a setter is a person who hits the ball into a spacific area in the front so the other person can spike it over to the other side.... this is a horrible answer
A setter is a player who touches the second ball to set it up for the third touch or spike. They are like the second captain on the court
Being a setter is a very important job to have. Most people are very lucky to be a setter. The role of a setter is that you get the 2nd ball in play, and you get the ball ready for the front row to spike it. If you are late to getting to the ball you might of cost your team one point.
a setter is in charge of setting (pushing the ball up in the designated place) so that one of the hitters can make an attack on the other side of the court. Setter is in charge of getting the second ball every time it is on their side.
There are alot of different sets a setter uses. It depends on the level of play, and what kind of block you are working with on the other side. Usually an outside hitter will be set a 4 or a 3. Middles have alot of different options; 1, 2, slide, chute, X, Gap. Right side hitters usually will hit a 5. Back row hits 10's, middle back hits the Pipe.
Very. The setter must be able to set high and near the net in order for the hitter to spike it on the opponent's court. It is very hard for a hitter to spike when the setter does not set well.
Sets the ball for the spiker to spike the ball over the net
The job of the setter is to get under the ball up close to the net and to send it high into the air so the spiker can hit it over~
The setter is the most important person on a volleyball team. They are the person that decides who will get the ball.
Better explained, is when you have to get low for the ball , and you go on your knees , that's why you have knee pads . Then you pass , to a setter !
Vollyball and Vollyball are the same things. They are both of the same sports, so basiclly asking the question is pointless.
Vollyball was originated in Holyoke, Massachusetts
You stand at an angle to the net. The setter sets the ball to you, you jump up to the net and you swing all the way through with your arm smacking the ball with your hand really hard. There are certain footwork steps used to approach the ball.
some of the training programmes for vollyball is the longleaf summer vollyball club
Yes, the English Setter is closely related to the Irish Setter.
Nope cause she the setter and setter are not allowed to spike during game .