When Do You Rotate In Volleyball?

When Do You Rotate In Volleyball?

The rotation in Volleyball is an action by which the players rotate in the different positions of the field. This is given so that all the players play various roles, both as forwards and as backs. Of course, it will ONLY be rotated when we win the point to the contrary. That is, if we are serving and we win the point, we continue serving without rotating. But when the other team serves and we win that point, we will rotate and serve, see Step 1 to get started.

Step 1:

BE AWARE OF THE SIX COURT POSITIONS: Each team's side of the volleyball court will have two rows of three players each, for a total of six spots. Although the players rotate clockwise, the positions are labeled counter-clockwise. They are as follows:
Position 1: The right-back, where is the serving player
Position 2: In front of the right-back, just in front of the right show.
Position 3: In the center of the act, to the left of the front right.
Position 4: The left front, to the left of the center front.
Position 5: The left-back, in front of the left front
Position 6: Behind the middle front, in the middle back.

Step 2:

KNOW YOUR POSITION ON THE TEAM: Court position is where you are standing on the court, which changes with every rotation; your position on the team is your set role and does not change. Here are the six positions: The setter The outside-hitter The middle-blocker DS The Libero

Step 3:

KNOW WHEN TO ROTATE: Rotate when you side out. A side-out is when your opponent has the serve, but your team wins the point. In Volleyball, you turn clockwise. If your team wins when the other team is serving, then the person in the front right moves to the right-back, turning into the new server. You do not rotate if your team is serving, and you win a point remains in the exact position. After serving from position 1, a player will rotate to position 6 (middle back), position 5 (left back), position 4 (left front), and finally position three (middle front), and finally to position two (right front) before returning to position 1. Remember that each player only rotates once the team gains the service point; the next time each player spins will be after the other team wins control of the ball and loses the point.

Step 4:

KNOW WHEN TO SUB OUT: When you reach a certain point in the game, depending on your level of play and position, you may either stay in the game or be subbed out with another player—specific rotation. If you are a front-row player (setter, outside hitter, or middle blocker), you may substitute with a back-row when you get to right back; you may be able to serve and then sub out (DS or Libero). When the back row players reach their limit, they will be replaced by front row players on the left front.

Step 5:

BE AWARE OF WHERE TO MOVE DURING ROTATIONS: You can move after the server makes contact with the ball to improve your position. For example, if you're a setter in the left front, you can move to the right front after the server makes contact to be in the best location for your position. This is the same for previous positions too. Middle blockers will always try to run to the center front; outside hitters will try to run to the front left, and so on. Just keep in mind that you are not allowed to move until the ball is served. Players in the backcourt are not permitted to move to the net to block or spike and must stay on the court to perform all attacking actions behind the attack line. Because this rule is in effect, skilled spikers cannot dominate in all six court rotations.