Indoor Volleyball Rotations Explained. Front Row. Back Row. Starting positions and rotations when receiving a serve. Rotation positions if the setter is at the 1 Position. Rotation positions if the setter is at the 6 Position. Rotation positions if the setter is at the 5 Position. Rotation positions if setter is at the 4 position.
Where you need to be standing when the ball is served relative to your teammates (Mark breaks it down for each position: right back, right front, middle front, left front, left back and middle back) The rule on where your body needs to be positioned to be legally to the right, left or in front of another player.
See more videos for Volleyball Setting Rotation
A Simple Guide to Volleyball Positions and Rotations Volleyball rotation positions. Anyone that has played even the most basic game of volleyball knows that each of the six... Getting called “out of rotation”. There are two ways that a team can get called out of rotation: a rotational violation... ...
The order of rotation is set at the beginning of the game and maintained throughout the game (excepting substitutions). You rotate after you win a point off of the opposing team’s serve. You can use this system to describe where you are in the service rotation. For instance, if you started the game as the server, you would be starting in position 1.
Volleyball Rotation Rules for Alignment and Overlap A volleyball rotation overlap or player out of alignment fault is called for players not being positioned correctly on the court at service. The fault for out of alignment is point for the other team and loss of service (if your team was serving).
For example, in rotation 1, player P3 must be to the left of the player on their right (P2), to the right of the player on their left (P4) and in front of the player behind them (P6). It doesn’t matter where players P1 or P5 are relative to them. Rotation 1. Here is a legal starting position for a team in rotation 1.
Each rotation after wards will assume that the players have rotated one position clockwise like in a game. These positions are based on receiving serve. Here is the diagram for volleyball rotation one: Rotation one has two front row attackers with the setter in the front right position.
In rotation 1 we are going to leave our setter in their preferred position at 2 so they can be ready to set. Opposite the setter we obviously have the opposite, now it is quite common for the opposite to be pushed out of the pass, the main reason for this is to allow the opposite to focus on hitting.