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100% Volleyball Offensive Play Books for - High Schools, Young Club Teams, Club Teams, CO-ED Teams, Adult Club Teams, College Teams, Olympic Teams and many more - All with 100's of plays included.

 18 - Volleyball Play Types Are included in all of our EB-700 Play Books

                                Illustrations and descriptions follow below. 

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 Important Facts all our complete volleyball systems:

 

  • All our systems work for 4-2, 5-1, and 6-2 Offenses
  • There are 15 -18 play types included in ALL of our FULL SYSTEMS.
  • Front row plays come in 3 digits ex. DER, SAT, FDE ect.
  • Back row plays come in 5 - 6 digits  ex. 7T-SRE, 8C-SRE, D7S-SRE ect.
  • Home Plays - each player is given 5 - 10 players to call
  • Coach can call the plays through an erase board
  • Plays are called based on free plays and  before any serve
  • It takes 2-3 seconds to decode all back and front row plays.

 

 

The codes were removed to conceal our system secrets. 

We have plays for when the setter is in the back and in the front row.

DIAGRAMS 

1. Pound Plays are plays in which any front or back row players do not cross each other. 

2. Piston Plays are those plays in which one player hits behind another player within a crossing or non crossing play. 

 

 

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3. Crossing Plays are those plays in which one player crosses another player either from the front or back row.

4. Double Crossing Plays are those plays in which any one or two players from the front or back row crosses. 

 

 

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5. Short Slides are those plays in which a player performs a short slide and or in conjunction to set up a piston or crossing play. The short slide can be perform by a front or back row player(decoy).

6. Long Slides are those plays in which a player performs a long slide and or in conjunction to set up a piston or crossing play. The long slide can be perform by a front or back row player(decoy).

 

 

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7. Z Plays are trick routes in which a front or back row player can hit the ball by   The secret code has been disabled to conceal the secret of the bomb system. This message should appear on top of the original message.

8. V Plays are trick routes in which a front or back row player can hit the ball by   The secret code has been disabled to conceal the secret of the bomb system. This message should appear on top of the original message.

 

 

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9. 5 Play is a trick route in which a front or back row player can hit the ball by   The secret code has been disabled to conceal the secret of the bomb system. This message should appear on top of the original message.

10. 3 Play is a trick route in which a front or back row player can hit the ball by   The secret code has been disabled to conceal the secret of the bomb system. This message should appear on top of the original message. 

 

 

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11.  33 Play is a trick route in which a front or back row player can hit the ball by   The secret code has been disabled to conceal the secret of the bomb system. This message should appear on top of the original message.

12. Trick Plays are the mixture of all play types including the use of back and front row players. 

 

 

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Back row plays are those plays in which any back row player performs any offensive threat. There are three back row types of plays which include a decoy play, a hitting play and a double set play. 

In all my systems, a LIBERO will not perform any of the three types of back row plays or any front row plays

Back row plays can be used when the setter is either in the front or back row. 

All back row plays are predetermined plays to be performed with predetermined front row plays.

13. Decoy Back Row Plays - are those plays in which a specified back row player pretends to hit in the front row but cannot and therefore does not hit in the front row.

14. Hitting Back Row Plays - are those plays in which a specified back row player receives a set in a certain area while the front row players open a section of the net through a predetermined front row play so that that back row player can have a good none blocking hit. 

 

 

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15. Double Set Back Row Plays - are those plays in which a specified back row player receives a set from the setter and in turn sets the ball into their opponent's predetermined area while the front row players perform a predetermined front row play.

16. Mixed Back Row Plays - are those plays in which a specified back row player together with any front row player performs any one or two of the 15 play types. 

 

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17. Setter in the front back row plays are those plays in which two front row players plus one or two predetermined back row players performs a back row play while using any of the 3 types of back row plays and any one of the 15 play types. 

18. Setter in the front back row plays mixed are those plays in which two front row players plus one or two predetermined back row players performs a back row play while using any of the 3 types of back row plays and any one or two of the 15 play types. 

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