Volleyball Club Secrets App - The best Volleyball Training App for Android Phones and Tablets   Volleyball Club Secrets
  The best Volleyball Training App for Android Phones and Tablets

  This cool and easy to use flash animated tutorial is designed to help Volleyball   enthusiasts of all ages increase their Volleyball IQ while learning the   fundamentals of playing Volleyball.

  It's a great, low-cost learning tool for aspiring high school, club and   recreational Volleyball players.

  Designed by Club Volleyball Gear, manufacturer of the Volleyball Spike   Trainer



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Volleyball Club Secrets is available in the Android Market

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Volleyball Club Secrets App for Android Phone and Android Tablet Welcome screen - Each screen of the Volleyball Club Secrets Android App is divided into 7 areas. The top of each App screen displays animated examples. The bottom of each screen contains 6 button areas that allow you to:
  • See Volleyball Serving Targets (by Target Number on the court)
  • View Volleyball Net Zones (shows Zones of the Volleyball Net area)
  • Review Volleyball Hitting Options (displays each hitting location on the Volleyball Court
  • View Volleyball Setting Spots (Typical locations on the Volleyball Court used as targets by a Volleyball Setter)
  • View all 6 Volleyball Player Rotations in typical 5:1 and 6:2 formations, the two most common in Volleyball today
Volleyball Serve Targets | Volleyball Serve Targets for the Android Phone and Android Tablet Serving Targets screen - When serving, Volleyball Serving Targets are located on the opposite side of the net. Each Volleyball Serving Target is numbered and colored on the screen to show you target locations.

Typically, your coach will display a Serving Target Number from the sideline, indicating the area of the court with the weakest defensive player. Your goal is to serve the Volleyball to the requested target area.
  • To get started, select Serving Targets in the bottom left area of the screen
  • To view the different serving targets, select a Target Number (at the top of the screen) to see animated examples for each area
  • You can use overhand, jump or underhand serves to hit targets
Volleyball Hit Options | Volleyball Hitting Options on the Android Phone and Android Tablet Hitting Options screen - Volleyball Hitting Options are located on your teams side of the net. Each Hitting Option is shown on the court floor and is a Number, Letter, or Word.

Typically the Setter (when in the front row) or the Hitter (when setter is in the back row) will provide a hand signal or say the Word for the Hitting Option they want to run. Your goal is to communicate this on each play so the setter can run the offense.
  • To get started, select Hitting Options in the bottom left area of the screen
  • To view the different hitting options, select a Hitting Number (in the middle of the screen) to see animated examples of each hit
  • Types of hits include Angle, Line, Hard Angle, Roll Shots, Tips ...
Volleyball Setting Spots and Targets | Volleyball Setting Spots and Targets on the Android Phone and Android Tablet Setting Spots screen - Volleyball Setting Spots are located on your teams side of the net. Each Setting Spot is linked to a Hitting Option. Setting Spots require you to set the ball at different heights and speeds above the Net.

Your goal as a Setter is to set the Volleyball with the proper height and speed to best use your team Hitting Options.
  • To get started, select Setting Spots from the bottom area of the screen
  • Front Row Sets are shown above the Net. They vary in height and speed based on the Hitting Option being run
  • Back Row Sets are shown on the color coded floor on your side of the Net
  • Typically a Setter will have 3 or 4 Setting Spots to target for each play.
Volleyball Rotations - Volleyball Rotations on the Android Phone and Android Tablet

Volleyball Club Secrets - View Base Positions for each Volleyball Player Rotation

Volleyball Club Secrets - View Receive Positions for each player in a Volleyball Rotation

Volleyball Receive Rotations on the Android Phone and Android Tablet



Volleyball Club Secrets is available in the Android Market

Volleyball Club Secrets App - The best Volleyball Training App for Android Phones and Tablets
Player Rotation screen(s) - All Volleyball Player Rotations follow a clockwise pattern. The 5:1 and 6:2 systems both require 6 players on each side of the court. You rotate or move to a different area of the court each time your team gets to serve. You continue to rotate until each game ends.

The 5:1 System is run with 1 Setter and 5 Hitters/Defensive players and is the most common in high school, college and club Volleyball.

The 6:2 System is run with 2 Setters (One setting from the back row in each rotation) and is less common as this system requires 2 good setters on a team. The 6:2 allows you to have 3 Hitting Options in the front row in all 6 rotations.
  • To get started learning about the 5:1 System, select Rotation #1 below the 5:1 Rotation area, to watch an animated example of this rotation
  • Select Rotation Number 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 to see an animated example of each of rotation.

Each Player Rotation screen has additional buttons on the right side of the court. These buttons can be selected to view
  • Serve Receive - the position of your team players when receiving a serve from the other team.

    Normally, you start with the Base Positions for each rotation. Before the other team serves, your team will shift players in order to position your best passers (typically the Libero and defensive specialists in the back row) to receive the serve and pass it to your setter.

    • Things to consider
    • Your best passers should pass the ball to your setter at the Passing Target (approximately 3-5ft. off the net and 3-5ft. to the right of center).
    • Your Setter should NEVER have to pass a serve.
    • Each rotation should be designed to hide your setter from the opponents server and allow them to get to the Passing Target as quickly as possible
    • Using the Base Position of each rotation, your players can not cross players next to, in front of, or behind them until the other team serves the ball. You can be very close, just not on the other side of them.

  • Hitting Positions - Hitters start their hitting approach from these locations on the court.

    • Things to consider
    • Hitters should be in their Hitting Positions before the setter receives the pass. This will allow the setter to have the maximum number of available hitting options availabe to them.
    • Setters watch how quickly hitters become ready. Hustle to your hitting position as quickly as you can and you'll get more sets.

  • Setter's Options - The red spots indicate where a Setter will typically set the Volleyball to their Hitters.

    • Things to consider
    • Bad passes limit the number of Setter's Options a Setter can use.
    • Hand Signals and verbal communication are used to call plays using available Hitting Options
    • Verbal communication is used during play by both hitters and the setter to adjust the Setter's Options. This is based on readiness and position of hitters, the other teams defensive lineup, and the setters perspective of these.
    • The Volleyball can be hit from anywhere on your side of the net so be ready for the set at all times.

  • Base Positions - The location of all players in each of the 6 Rotations as they move clockwise around the court

    • Things to consider
    • Base Positions are used by the Referee to ensure teams don't randomly change player positions during a game.
    • Substitutes are allowed to replace players as long as league rules are followed.
    • A Libero is typically used as a back row substitute for weak passer(s).
    • A Libero can sub in for more than one player in the back row, but must wait one rotation before re-entering game
    • All subs (except for the Libero) can only sub for one player during a game.

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