Serve Receive Rotations for a 5-1 Offense Volleyball Tutorial

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Learn all 6 of the serve receive rotations and specific formations for a 5-1 offense. This video also covers the rules so you understand how the different rotations work, and how to rotate in volleyball. Watch more Volleyball Tutorial videos here

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43 COMMENTS

  1. okay i have a question when a play starts do they still have to be in that order or can they move around not bound by these rules because that 15 didn't stay behind the Libero in that play.?

  2. So wait I just don’t get one part like once the server contacts the ball the the player can go anywhere on the court and they don’t need to think about the other players or is it that u have to keep track of the player if they are in front of u or something? I’m so confused!

  3. I have been playing volleyball for about a year already but usualy we will just play with normal rotations not with the stacked one, and the stacked one is complicated especially the 4th rotations , maybe i need to tryout all this thing

  4. Nice video, mate! I have a series on the rotations too, but more from the perspective of what are the weakness, how the attack is organised etc. Here is the video on rotation 1, there are videos on all rotations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3H4fFHql0c&t=.

  5. I've watched like 8 of these videos and this is the only one that makes sense to me lmao, great job explaining

  6. And im here all this time thought that the restriction is the line separating the front line and back line and you will be called with violation when a front players are positioned at the back line before the server contacts the ball(vice versa)

  7. Lol I am 99.9% sure my team and I have been doing some illegal rotations! 😂 😂 and I’ve been playing volleyball for five years now and I’m a Libero/setter and I still don’t know the rotations fully. 😂
    I guess we just keep it simple! 💆‍♂️🤷‍♂️

    ❤️ 🏐 💯

  8. For rotation 4, can't H2 just move back to receive? H1, H2 and the Libero will be receiving but there's a lot less moving around

  9. Wow thanks for this video so much. I realize how easy this rotation actually is. That was like 10 times easier than math😂

  10. Question: when the setter's position in the rotation starts in the back row (Rotations 1-3 according to your video) and he/she comes up, they are allowed to jump when they set? (I checked your video examples at 5:36, 7:24, and 8:53 and the setter does jump to set, even though they are technically a back row player) Just curious cause I thought this contradicted the rule for back row players having to jump behind the ten foot line to hit and liberos to jump behind the ten foot line to jump set.

    (Great video btw! All your videos are super helpful!)

  11. This is for club correct?
    I’m a setter and I have Transpacific Championships next Saturday aaaannnddd my team literally JUST started learning rotations so I’m trying to find all the help I can get.. your channel has helped me a lot through my tryouts, games, and learning everything in general. So, I would appreciate it if you responded☺️

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