The outside hitter plays on the front left side of the court. As she rotates through the front row, she will move from middle front or right front to her spot on the left side once the serve crosses the net.
Here is the diagram for volleyball rotation one: Rotation one has two front row attackers with the setter in the front right position. The outside hitters and opposite hitter are going to be there for passing purposes. The OH1 is going to hit to the left like usual with the MB1 moving away from the net to make his approach for the hit.
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To counter this we actually want to bring the outside hitter who is in position 3 (Front Middle) back into the passing line. In the rules of rotation this outside player can not go behind the player who is opposite them in the back row (In this can it’s the 2nd outside), they can’t cross to the left of the middle and they can’t cross to the right of the setter.
Your team rotates one position clockwise which puts your outside hitter up to serve first for your team. The referee blows the whistle but unfortunately the pressure must be too much for your outside as they serve out the back of the court and give the point to the opposition.
Opposite hitters, or right-side hitters, became more popular when different rotations like the 5-1 and 6-2 were created because it allowed for more offensive players in addition to the setter. Brazil’s double Olympic gold medallist Sheilla Castro
The 6 positions are 1) right back, 2) right front, 3) middle front, 4) left front, 5) left back, and 6) middle back. At the moment of service contact, the players that are in positions next to one another and opposite one another can't be overlapped.
Outside hitter (also called left side) This player is usually responsible for a majority of the hitting from the outside (left front) position. Often, this player is also one of the primary passers in serve receive. There are usually two outside hitters on the court. Leaping ability and power are two commonly