In the fourth video of her series on outside hitter attacking, former NCAA Player of the Year Cary Wendell Wallin talks about getting off the net in transition. Some of the key points she covers:
—Waiting at the net on the left side until you're sure you’re not going to have to help the setter on a shanked pass or dig.
—Getting far enough back so you can take a full approach and have good forward momentum going into your hitting jump.
—The importance of understanding that outside hitters are often going to get set in transition since it’s an out-of-system play. So you'd better be ready!