How to Set Up a Volleyball Court 
How to Set Up a Volleyball Court
by eHow / Addison Musser
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Date Added: July 11, 2009

Lecture Description

In this video lesson, Volleyball Instructor, Addison Musser, teaches that when setting up a volleyball court, a large flat surface of 40 by 70 feet is needed to have a regulation playing surface of 30 by 60 feet and a net height of seven feet 11 inches.

Video Transcript: "ADDISON MUSSER: "Hey, my name is Addison, from Captain Bill's. I'm going to teach you, how to set up a volleyball court. Setting up a volleyball court, you're going to need a flat surface, you're going to need a big flat surface. The dimensions of the court are 30 by 60. So if you want to have a good area to play in, you're going to need about 10 feet on each side of the lines. So if it's 30 by 60 for the court, you're going to need about a 40 by 70 area to play. So you want to set up the lines first, once you set up the lines, you want to set up the net. Now depending on who I was playing, there's different heights of the net. So if men are playing, the height of the net is, 7 feet 11 inches. If woman or kids are playing on the volleyball court, you want the net to be at a woman's height, which is 7 feet 4 inches. Make sure the volleyball court lines are in a rectangle, and that the net is centered evenly over the court, to where it's 30 feet on one side and 30 feet on the other side, with a width of 30 on both sides. And that is how you set up a volleyball court."

Course Index

Course Description

In this course, Volleyball Instructor Addison Musser gives 20 easy video lessons on How To Play Volleyball. In this video series, let a longtime volleyball player explain the game of volleyball. First, learn how a volleyball court is set up, how to keep score, as well as how to keep score, spike, block, bump and set a volleyball and how to jump serve. Next, get instructions on buying an outdoor volleyball net, dinking a volleyball, digging out a spike and pancaking a volleyball. Finally, learn about floating a serve, overhand serving, reading a volleyball court and running volleyball drills.


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