Should you have your setter(s) set each hitter the same way, or should they adjust their sets based on hitter capabilities?
A fellow blogger did some research on the effectiveness of off-speed shots. There are a couple additional considerations, though.
Developing the ability to effectively run counter-flow sets gives a team the ability to put incredible pressure on opposing blocks.
Is there a better offensive option than the libero bump-setting high balls when the setter plays first contact?
There are two basic approaches to offensive systems you can take in volleyball. Either your look to spread things out or your look to overload the block.
Back row attacking - especially in the women's game - tends not to have a high success rate. If you do things right, though, you can improve that.
Why you might decide to put your back row attacker in Position 5 and why I think that is not the best decision if you don't have other reasons.
A high school volleyball coach is struggling with the question of whether they should stick to their offensive system or change it.