In rotation 1, we drop the front row outside hitter (OH1) back to pass with the Libero and second outside hitter (OH2). This will force our players to hit out of position in serve receive (right side hitter hits on the left side and the left side hitter hits from the right side on the first play).
Volleyball Libero Rotation. There are 2 things people are referring to when they say libero rotation: The first is which rotation position the libero is serving in IF they are serving. Once the libero replaces a player and serves in that rotation spot, that becomes the only spot in the rotation they may serve in. This is sometimes called the ...
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6-2 Volleyball – Serve Rotation 2. Moving onto rotation 2 we have the middle player who was just front court back to serve. This means the middle was just in the back row, has moved to the front court. In this rotation we obviously want to get our back court middle player over to their base position which is position 5 (bottom left).
The 6-2 rotation system is a very offensive-oriented system. There are always three available hitters in the front row. When a setter is rotating to the front row from the back row, she is either subbed out or becomes a hitter and a new setter sets from the back row. Rotation 1: The first setter starts in the right
So, a 6-2 volleyball rotation has six hitters and two setters on the floor at all times. It doesn’t matter that only one of the two setters is active at a given moment. One of the two setters “turns into” a hitter when entering the front row, which maintains the team’s offensive structure.
When the team is in a 6-2 formation, the players are arranged as 6 hitters and 2 setters. The setter is in the middle, with two dedicated hitters on either side and the libero directly behind him. Blocks are on either side of the two hitters.
In a 6-2 volleyball rotation, the first number six represents the number of hitters on the court and the second number two stands for the number of setters. Sep 15, 2017 by FloVolleyball Staff There are a few different rotational systems a volleyball team can run; one is the 6-2.
In the following examples of 6-2 serve receive rotations, the Outside Hitters (OH) are the teams primary passers. If your team has a libero or Defensive Specialists (DS) that come in to play for the Middle Hitters (MH), then you would adjust your positioning accordingly.