The setter holds up four fingers to the left side hitter, then one forefinger to her middle hitter then all five fingers they'll hold up to her right side hitter to call the 4-1-5 offensive volleyball play.
They tend to shorten them up to call sets quickly in a fast-paced play. In our case, we used letters to call the 4 different types of quick sets we used. You can see below how we did this, as well as the back row zones system we used based on colors – white, brown, and red from left to right as you’re facing the net. Sample volleyball set diagram
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In volleyball after each set the teams must switch sides. After the referee has signalled the end of the set they will place one arm in front of them and the other arm behind them. This indicates one team must rotate round to the other side of the court in front of the referee whilst the other team rotates behind the referee.
What referee should call? "Setter has committed to a double contact only, if setter's hands do not touch the ball simultaneously." What referee should not call? In indoor volleyball, if referee doesn't see a double contact, referee shouldn't call it. Referee should not call a bad technique.
Extend the arm to the side of the team that will serve. Raise the forearms front and back, and twist them around the body. Place the palm of one hand over the fingers of the other, held vertically (forming a “T”), and then indicate the requesting team. Show a yellow card for a warning; red card for a penalty.
One. A one set is a quick set to the middle. Three. A three set is a quick set about half way between the outside and middle. Five Set. A five ball is a back set to the right side hitter. Ten. A ten is a set that's set to a back row attacker. The ball is set to be attacked near the 3 meter attack line (10 foot line).
This is known as ‘set numbers’. Before the ball is served by the opposing volleyball team, the setter makes eye contact with each of their hitters (front and back court) and gives them a hand signal signifying what set to expect. Some sets require the hitter to leave early and get in the air before they see where the set is going.