A dig is a pass of a hard-driven ball from the other team. Like a pass, your arm position and platform remain the same. The difference is that the ball is coming from a high point above the net and hit in a downward trajectory. When passing the ball is coming from 30 feet away and usually below the height of the net. You must react quickly and adjust accordingly.
The feeder begins by hitting them a ball to dig, the player must return a playable pass. The hitter then tips the ball, making the player come in close to dig another playable pass. Finally, the hitter simulates a mishit and send the ball wide on either side, which the player must chase to save and try to send the ball back into play.
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Create your typical platform with your hands and your arms just like you would when passing a ball. The biggest difference between a typical pass and a dig is your platform will be angled at 45 degrees (typically). This means your thumbs and hands point towards the floor. Step 7 – Adjust to the Ball.
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Overhead digs. Learning to play the ball overhead with your fingers when passing the first contact is much different than how you handle the ball for setting attackers. When first learning skills for overhead digging, practice playing the ball with your hands by keeping your fingers and wrists firm and taut.