Left wing spiker in volleyball, or outside hitter, both hit and receive the ball along with the libero. They most often attack the ball and get it to a setter who can put the ball into a specific position on the opposing side.
Outside Hitter (also called wing spiker, left side) Outside Hitter is the player who carries the serve receive responsibility along with the libero. Outside hitter most often attacks the balls which setter sets to the antenna to the left side of the court.
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A spiker usually takes a series of steps to attack the ball. These steps are called a volleyball approach. The goal of the volleyball approach is to get in the best position possible to attack the ball. When teaching a player to approach and hit a volleyball, you might start with learning the last 2 steps.
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The spiker cannot get balls that have bounced in the air from recieves, unless the setter has touched the ball, even a little. The spikers are also known as the Outside Hitter and the Opposite Hitter, which means there is usually two spikers per team.
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Hard-driven Spike A hard-driven spike is a hard hit ball that travels forcefully down towards the opponents court. Off-speed Spike An off-speed spike is a controlled spike ball placed in an open area of the court.
According to volleyball rules, a spiker should be on the front row. However, a perfect spike is done either on the right or left side. Stand behind the attack line and strike the ball downward at a sharp angle in a way that your opponents are not likely to hit back.