The setter's mentality should be to deliver a hittable ball (Guiding Principle #2) to their hitters. Setters with a quick touch on the ball will be more consistently delivering a hittable ball to their hitters, especially when introducing and learning how to set first tempo, or quick, sets. Communication and Leadership
If a volleyball player has been successfully spiking the ball all game, then she gets blocked and now she doubts her ability to spike the ball, the base problem is mental. Athlete’s who appear tentative or are afraid to make a mistake characterize this base lack of confidence.
The setter’s mentality should be to deliver a hittable ball (Guiding Principle #2) to their hitters. Setters with a quick touch on the ball will be more consistently delivering a hittable ball to their hitters, especially when introducing and learning how to set first tempo, or quick, sets. Communication and Leadership
It is also important for a setter to inform teammates when they can’t get to the ball, which is another reason why leadership and communication skills are so important. Mental Toughness. We think that the libero needs to be the most mentally tough player on the court, but the setter comes in at a close second.
5 Reasons a Libero Must Be the Mentally Toughest Player in Volleyball. The libero position in volleyball is a relatively new one. It was first introduced to the game internationally in 1998, and is a position that is all about defense. Even though the libero position doesn’t have much history in the game, it is a position that has changed the whole dynamic of volleyball since its introduction.
The most special part of Setter College teaching is the ability we have to create fluidity in the leadership and skills of our athletes. FOR PLAYERS IN ALL POSITIONS We train the technique, mentality, leadership, and IQ that it takes to become the best player you can be.
A defensive system where one defender – usually the middle back or the setter – play defense behind the block on the 10-foot line (3-meter line). Other names for middle up defense include middle up, middle back-up, 6 up, setter up (very often the "up" person is the back row setter) and red (Keller definition). 3. Rotation Defense
Casey Patterson, beach volleyball Olympian and AVP hall-of-famer and voted best beach volleyball setter on the AVP, teaches the proper technique to setting a beach volleyball, covering the proper footwork, hand placement and mentality. YouTube.