On-Point Target Our On-Point Volleyball Target is the ultimate volleyball training tool . Each unit comes fully equipped with three detachable heads (20" target, 30" target, U-shape tempo target), all of which have the ability to rotate 13 different angle positions.
13 different positioning angles. Four interchangable heads to accommodate all skill levels: U-shaped ring, great for training setter tempo and trajectory. 30" hoop used as a multi-purpose target for passing, setting and serving. 20" hood used as an advanced target. Touch-Point device used to measure and improve vertical jump.
The Setter Targ It can be attached to any position on the net. This provides more precise target area closer to the actual point of contact for the spike. Ideal for practicing high outside sets, shoot sets and quick sets. This precise target area gives immediate feedback of the position and accuracy of the set and pass.
Ball Diameter: 8.25 Inches. Warranty: 90 Day Limited Warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869. TCIN: 77439666. UPC: 052125130254.
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Coaches have begun setting their teams’ passing target a bit off the net to reduce the risk of overpasses. It’s similar to having your target for digs being middle of the court around the 3m line. Keep the ball on your side of the net and give your team a chance to get a swing.
On a ball that has been served. On a ball that is attacked by the opponent. Basically, you perform a passing skill on any ball that has been sent over the net to your teams side of the court. The pass in volleyball is known as a "bump" or a "forearm pass" because it is performed using the forearms to bump the ball.
It's small, but it's there as a target (and for the thrill of actually making it through). The theory is that it's still a useful tool -- the player focuses on the target and repetition carries over to the court. Anything close is a successful pass or set. Like I said, the jury's still out.
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