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Setting Drills

4.1 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This is a basic drill working on developing hand setting and additionally giving athletes practice on moving back and sideways in the sand.

Setting Drills

4.4 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill works on giving athletes a high number of repetitions in setting and it additionally gives athletes practice passing soft driven balls.

Setting Drills

4.7 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill develops the ability of an athlete ability to set both good and bad passes and to make judgments on whether to bump or hand set the ball.

Setting Drills

4.2 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill works on giving athletes a large number of repetitions setting.

Setting Drills

4.5 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill works on blocker retreating and then moving to the dug ball to set up the attack.

Setting Drills

4.8 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill focuses on developing the skill of the blocker to turn after landing and hustling to get to the ball to make a good transition set.
The drill also gives the defender practice digging the hard driven ball, chasing down the soft shot and converting with a spike.

Setting Drills

4.3 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill works on giving athletes a high number of repetitions in either hand setting or bump setting.

Setting Drills

4.6 DRILL OBJECTIVE
Sometimes during a game a situation occurs where the ball needs to be played out of the net and this drill gives athletes practice for this situation.
In this drill athletes get practice bump setting the ball up for their partner out of the net.

Setting Drills

4.9 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill focuses on developing the skill of the setter to turn, look and call the open court after setting up their partner.
It also is a valuable motor patter to make automatic as it will prepare the setter for picking up a ball that may come back over off the block.
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On the beach we do not need to be deceptive. If you pass the ball – you get to spike (unless of course your partner decides to attack on 2 but that is the topic of another discussion) therefore a great set is one that your partner is comfortable hitting. If the set has a predictable and consistent trajectory with a similar height /arc it will be easier to hit.

An obligation of the setter on the beach is to also to help out his/her partner on the attack by calling the area of the court that is open. It is very important that as you approach the ball you take into account the direction the ball is likely to move in the wind and the same after it leaves your hands.