Learn how to jump set a volleyball. This volleyball instructional video will teach you fundamental skills about stance, footwork, timing, and release. Vert...
A jump set forces a setter to use just her hands to make the set, and to direct the ball where it needs to go, a quick release will be used. It is volleyball magic to see how much faster a setter's hands become when they are forced to jump set. It would be better to call it 'hop' setting, because it is a small jump, not a big jump.
John Dunning, Head Coach at Stanford University, gets into the nitty-gritty of jump setting. He has three rules: use your arms to jump, show your form, and hold your finish until you land. Try Two Weeks of Premium Risk Free
A skill that can take your setters from good to great is adding the ability to use a jump set on the court. Bryan Bunn, former North Carolina State head women’s volleyball coach, shows you a drill that focuses on perfecting the hands, footwork, body angle and other techniques that a good jump set requires. Adding a Jump Set to your setters toolbox can help hold blockers a really improve your attack.
Fundamentals of jump setting with Cassidy Lichtman. At some point in their development, all setters should add a jump set to their arsenal, but it shouldn't be done before the player has established the fundamentals. Once they have that foundation, there are three basic keys to jump setting, as U.S. national team player Cassidy Lichtman ...
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The jump set can be an effective tool to hold blockers and create openings for your hitters. In addition the jump set can provide attacking opportunities for your setter, giving your team a more versatile offense. The video clip below was presented by The Art of Coaching Volleyball as the AVCA Tip of the Week. In the clip Stanford’s John Dunning breaks down Lauren Carlini’s (former Wisconsin setter) jump set.
A real jump set is first a jump, then while in the air, a set! Jump setting makes you an offensive threat to your opponents. The idea is that you are contacting the ball above or close to the top of the net and that you are an offensive threat to the other team.
Jump Sets - The active player will jump set off both feet after each figure eight. One Footed Sets - The active player will serve off one foot after each figure eight – the foot farthest from the net should be the foot contacting the ground.