Updated June 06, 2018. A back row attack in volleyball occurs when one of the three back row players attacks the ball and contacts it at the top of the net. In a back row attack, the back row player jumps from behind the white line, also known as the ten-foot line, or the three-meter line and contacts the ball.
When playing top level international volleyball on the back court right side hitters often have 3 meter or 10 feet attack responsibility from the middle back position. Right side hitter can be also called a wing spiker.
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The ball needs to go up first before it goes over, so there will be a slight angle to your attack. Back Row Attack: A back row attack in volleyball is essentially the same as your approach in the front row, except you must jump from behind the 10’ line. That’s the easy explanation.
Proper volleyball hitting form is crucial for hitters to jump high, attack with power and put the ball where they want without making errors. Read on for seven common volleyball hitting mistakes and corrections courtesy of Bill Neville, a former U.S. and Canada Olympic coach.
Volleyball-related back pain can come either from leaning forward (passing or following through on a serve/hit) or leaning back (setting or initiating a serve/hit). Pain that is more with leaning forward could cause issues with the discs between the bones of the lower spine. Pain leaning back could lead to stress injuries of the bones or joints.
This video clearly explains what an attack hit fault is!The 3 things you have to be aware of when judging an attack hit fault are:1. The ball's position in c...
Swing your arms back as you're approaching the ball to make contact with the ball at the peak of your jump and your arms stretched out. Swing your arms back as you take your big step with your right foot, and then stretch them out as you jump. With both arms stretched up, bring your hitting hand back by bending your arm at the elbow.
Middles don’t have the advantage of always getting their full hitting approach. Because they’re usually coming down from a block, they have to quickly get back into their hitting position to be ready for the set. And, as soon as they hit, they’re back into blocking position. It’s definitely a fast-paced role!