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Volleyball

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Transcript of Volleyball

Setter
Volleyball
Adam Schwabe and Nathan Lehman
History
Created by William Morgan in Hollyoke, Massachusetts
Created in 1895
Adapted from the German game “Faustball”
The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) was founded in 1947
Volleyball first appeared in the Olympics at the 1964 games in Tokyo

Volleyball is one of the most interactive games going. It is a game of intuition, imagination, improvisation, and most importantly teamwork.
- Anonymous

Middle
Libero
Right Side
Power/Left side
History in Canada
Volleyball was first introduced at a branch of the YMCA in Ottawa in 1900- then quickly spread to Toronto and Montreal
Volleyball did not spread any further until Canada joined the FIVB in 1953
Canada competed internationally for the first time in 1959 at the Pan-Am Games in Chicago


Basic Rules
Play begins with a serve from one team
Each team has a maximum three contacts to get the ball over the net
Play ends when the ball hits the floor or when a rule of play is broken
Set is played until one team reaches 25 points and wins by 2 points
3rd set or 5th set may be played to 15 depending on the league/tournament

Positions on the Court
Power/Left Side
Right Side
Setter
Middle
Libero

2 Powers on the Court
Hit on left side of the net
Primary passers when receiving serve
Play defense in position 6
4 3 2


5 6 1
1 Right side on the court
Hit on right side of the net
Do not pass in serve receive
Play defense in position 1
Health-Related Components of Fitness
Muscular Strength:
Strength in the legs, providing the ability to jump, upper body strength to hit the ball
Muscular endurance:
having legs bent and staying "low" on defense, keeping arms up and in position when blocking
Flexibility:
ability to prevent injury when diving or being in an awkward position to dig a ball on defense
Body Composition:
players are typically tall and skinny (with the libero being an exception)

The Court and Net
Playing court: 18m X 9m.
The court has an attack line 3m away from the center line on both sides.
Women’s net height: 2.24m
Men’s net height: 2.43m
Antenna height: 0.80m

1 setter on the court
Takes the second contact
Decides which hitter receives the ball
Plays defense in position 1
1 libero on the court
Specializes in defense and passing
Replaces the middle when they are in the back row
Cannot jump and hit the ball over the net
Cannot play front row
Cannot serve
2 Middles on the court
Block/Hit in the middle of the court
Typically the tallest players on the team
Do not pass in back row
Skill-Related Components of Fitness
Power:
Driving the ball with force both in serving and hitting
Coordination:
passing the ball, setting, block timing with teammates
Reaction time:
On defense and in serve receive, quickly adjusting to the changing trajectory of the ball
Agility:
Chasing a ball on defense, getting into position to start hitting approach

Scoring
Gaining a Point-
By having the ball successfully hit the ground on the opponents side
When the opposition does a fault
When the opposition gets a penalty
Losing a Point-
When a team commits a fault by doing a playing action that goes against the rules
If two or more faults are committed successfully, only the first one counts.
If two or more faults are committed simultaneously by opponents, a rallied is replayed.

References
"How to Play" The Game of Volleyball (2014). In Volleyball Canada. Retrieved January 21, 2014, from http://www.volleyball.ca/sites/www.volleyball.ca/files/About/HowToPlay_Jouer/HOW%20TO%20PLAY.pdf
Top Volleyball Quotes (2009). In Volleyball Team Names. Retrieved January 20, 2014, from http://volleyballteamnames.org/volleyball-quotes/
Volleyball Canada (n.d.) 2000-2009. Official volleyball rules. Gloucester, ON: Volleyball Canada.
Volleyball World Wide (n.d.) Rally Scoring. Retrieved from: http://www.volleyball.org/rules/rallyscoring.html


Today's Lesson Plan
Warmup: Cat and Mouse
Stretch: Dynamic Stretching
Drill #1: Forearm passing with a partner
Drill #2: Setting with a partner
Modification of Drill #1 and #2
Drill #3: Down-ball and dig to target (modified pepper)
Game #1: "1 bounce" volleyball
Game #2: Standard indoor volleyball
Cool down: Jog 2 laps and static stretch

Components of Playing Volleyball
Develop teamwork skills
Cooperation
Encourages respect for teammates, coaches, officials, and opponents
Requires mental focus and toughness
Requires physical fitness
Hard work and determination

Switch from Side-out Scoring
Introduced in 1998
Side-Out:
Game played to 15
Point is only scored if your team is serving
Games can take a long time
Teams could serve more aggressively, not punished for errors
Rally-Point:
It became a best of 5 where the first 4 sets were played to 25 and the fifth set being to 15
More emphasis on limiting errors
Point is given on every play

Reasons for the Switch
Increased the speed of the game
Reduced the difference in time between short games and long games, making it easier to broadcast games
Easier to predict the amount of time a set will take
Increased interest in a faster-paced game
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