The 6-2 Rotation
The 6-2 rotation system is a very offensive-oriented system. There are always three available hitters in the front row. When a setter is rotating to the front row from the back row, she is either subbed out or becomes a hitter and a new setter sets from the back row.
Rotation 1: The first setter starts in the right back position.
Rotation 2: The first setter is in the middle back position now.
Rotation 3: The first setter is in the left back position. Notice that the libero takes over MB1 in the back row and MB2 comes into the front row.
Rotation 4: The first setter and the first right side are subbed out. The second setter subs in for the right side, and the new right side for the first setter.
Rotation 5: There are three hitters in the front row. The second setter is now at middle back.
Rotation 6: The second setter is now at left back. MB1 comes in, and the libero takes over for MB2 in the back row.