Basic volleyball moves are divided into six main elements: ready posture and movement, passing, stepping back, serving, hitting and blocking. Common foot movements used in game are gliding step, cross step, jump, step and run.
Passing: Passing is a technical movement that consists of hitting ball with both hands (or one hand) to chest and above with help of kicking ground, extending arms and strength of wrist and fingers. The main function of pass is to pass received ball to rest of players for attack or directly attack.
Ball Crushing: This is a technique that uses front of forearm of both hands to hit ball with force of rebound of an incoming ball by kicking foot on ground and raising arm.
Serving: a technical action in which a player throws ball himself and with one hand hits ball into opponent's field from two marks above net.
Breaking ball: bouncing in air, swinging one arm in an arc and hitting ball with hand in air above own court, out of air above net inside two marker posts in opponent's court. .
Ball Wipe: The second pass or attacking hand quickly wipes ball out of net with one hand so it can hit the opponent's court quickly and unexpectedly. Embossed playing style, but it is sometimes deliberately used to create a double serve.
Block: A technique in which a player blocks opponent's ball from entering net with any part of body above waist, mainly with arm and hand, in front of net.
Volleyball tactics can be divided into two categories: individual tactics and collective tactics. Personal tactics is process of purposeful use of technique in accordance with situation on field, which is divided into six personal tactics: serve, first pass, second pass, hit, block and protect back line.
Collective tactics are organized and purposeful collective coordination between two or more players. Collective tactics include offensive tactics and defensive tactics. Offensive tactics refers to purposeful and organized offensive actions of entire team after receiving ball from opponent, dunks, blocks, passes and passes.
Offensive styles include power breaks, fast breaks, two balls and passes. A strong attack is an attack that forcibly breaks through opponent's block without covering partner.
Fast break refers to various flat and fast balls sent by setters, as well as various tactical coordination formed by using these flat and fast balls as cover. The double ball and its passing means that when ball is higher than first pass and in a good position in front of net to shoot, players in front row can jump up and hit ball straight. If an opponent blocks tightly, ball can be passed to attack other players in air.
Defensive tactics include 4 types of schemes: receiving and serving scheme, receiving and serving defense scheme, ball receiving and intercepting defense scheme, and ball receiving and passing defense scheme.
October 09, 2023