A lot depends on your setter. So how can you get them the reps they need to develop their skills and capabilities?
Developing the ability to effectively run counter-flow sets gives a team the ability to put incredible pressure on opposing blocks.
A reader has a daughter who is tall and left-handed setter. She's looking for advice on how to train and develop her.
How can we help our setters develop more consistent sets? It comes down to a couple of key things, no matter the exercise you use.
Here are my thoughts on a running a 6-hour setter's clinic, split over two sessions with a break in the middle.
Is there a better offensive option than the libero bump-setting high balls when the setter plays first contact?
The stress of deciding who to set during play is a real thing for setters, especially for younger, more inexperienced ones.
Awareness of what's going on around them on the court, and the implications of it, can be the difference between good and average setters.