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The volleyball quick attack for running a fast offense. The main sets are the 1 set, back 1 set, the shoot, and the 31 set. You may be thinking, why not just set a high set? Why do you need to set a quick set? The quick set is to run a faster offense. You have an advantage to go faster against slower teams.
It was invented by William G. Morgan, a physical director of the YMCA club. He wanted to invent a not-so-strenuous indoor game that businessmen in the club can play. Players strike the ball and it volleys among the players, so it was later named Volleyballby a professor from Springfield College in Massachusetts.
Shoot to the outside, 31 slide to the middle, backslide for the right side. This combination is very fast. The outlet for a bad pass is usually the right side hitter or a back row 10 ball attack. The advantage to going fast with this combination is it can be effective even if the pass is poor.
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What are some quick reaction volleyball drills? The first drill we’ll cover can be done with just a teammate and two tennis balls. Hold each ball just below shoulder height, then place your hands above his or hers. Ask them to release one or both balls randomly, then race the ball to the floor and try to catch it.
Quick Set: This is a low set that is hit while the ball is still going up or has just peaked. There are many variations. A quick one (known as 1 or A) is to the immediate front of the setter, a back one (known as a back 1 or B) is set directly behind the setter.
A “1” or a “Quick” attack is an in-system 3rd or 4th-step tempo set to the middle attacker directly in front of the setter. Different teams run this play at different tempos. A 3rd-step quick attack is slower than a 4th-step quick attack. Each tempo has its own pros and cons, which you can see in our “Set tempo” video series on GMS+.