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If you want to be successful setting at a high level, you MUST train the setter the correct way.
The goal with setter training is for your setter to advance to a “higher level” as quickly as possible. The more effective and efficient the training, the faster the setter will progress.
Coach Jackson spends a significant time working on developing the correct hand/body positioning for setting along with a high level of focus on the movement patterns essential to running down difficult passes.
Coach Jackson demonstrates the variety of progressions to fine tune setter mechanics and teaches how to progress setters from novice to advanced skill levels by highlighting:
- Open and Athletic Posture
- Quick Hands and Feet
- Establishing Rhythm
- High Contact Point
- Improving Setter Range
- Setting Proficiency, Consistency, and Accuracy
Whether you're a setting coach or not, whether you work with novice setters or experienced setters, this 30 Day Setting Challenge can help.
The setter will develop coordination and quicker feet allowing smoother and more athletic play. The setter also acquires powerful endurance to sustain a high level of athleticism.
The more athletic and skilled your setter becomes, the stronger your team becomes. So don't pass up this great opportunity to take your team to a higher level!
My name is Dennis Jackson. I have been involved in coaching, training, and competing in volleyball for over 28 years. I'm very excited to be sharing this cutting edge training with you.
StartVideo 1 of 7 - Introduction (0:47)
StartVideo 2 of 7 - Ready to Move (1:21)
StartVideo 3 of 7 - Left Foot Leading (1:08)
StartVideo 4 of 7 - Left Foot Plant (2:18)
StartVideo 5 of 7 - What Footwork is Best? (0:56)
StartVideo 6 of 7 - Jump Setting (1:03)
StartVideo 7 of 7 - Keys to Footwork (0:31)
Frequently Asked Questions
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Disclaimer: Consult a physician and follow all safety instructions. Every effort has been made to accurately represent the potential of this training. Results are not typical, and only represent players who worked very hard. Of course, no guarantee can be made for every single player.