Volleyball Hand Signals: A setter can "run a play" with a series of slow or fast sets. While fast sets are lower to the net, slow sets are higher sets pushed 8 - 10 feet well above the top of the net. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device.
Two fingers showing: This signal with two fingers means that your partner is going to block the angle. As a result, you will be responsible for any ball hit down the line. Shaking the hand: When your partner’s hand is shaking, they are communicating to you which person they want you to serve to. This could be because they have been blocking well against them, or that they haven’t been hitting well, or other reasons.
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What do the hand signals behind the back mean Well to start with the basics these hand signals show what the blockers are planning on blocking. If you read my blocking article you will understand the importance or rather the role of the blocker, that being to take an area away from the hitter to make it easier for the defender to pick up the ball.
Hand signals are used by beach volleyball players to indicate to their playing partner the defensive they intend to adopt. These beach volleyball hand signals are made by holding up their fingers behind the back of the player who is blocking at the net, or who is on the service line so that the opposing team can't see the signals.
• 1 – Quick set above setter to the middle – Signal: One finger • 2 – High set in the middle in front of setter 3-4 ftabove net – Signal: Two fingers • 31- Quick set to middle hitter in the three position (same as 32 but faster) – Signal: Three fingers
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This rule is the bain of every setter to have ever played the game. When hand setting it is very easy to double contact the ball. If the ball doesn’t enter or leave the hands at the exact same time an official will often call a double contact. A referee would indicate that a double touch has occurred by simply showing 2 up on one hand.
The player defending at the net signals the blocking call by putting their fingers behind their back for their partner to see before the ball is served. The fingers on the blocker’s right hand are used to show what the blocker is going to do against the player across the net on the right side.
Hand volleyball Signals: A setter can "play a game" with a series of slow or fast sets. While fast sets are lower on the net, slow sets are higher 8 - 10 feet well above the top of the network. Each offender will get a hand signal as to the type of set they will get.