Tips For Volleyball

Volleyball Tips From The Author


Check out some of these tips for volleyball for spiking, setting and

defense.


Below, you'll find some examples about the tip that you'll find in my

best-selling e-book.




Tips For Setting #85:  Tip on a good set. 



Be unpredictable by mixing up your shots. 


Tip the balls everyone expects you to hit and hit the imperfect ones

that are a little off the net.



Be smart and use common sense.


Don't attempt to spike those balls that are below the net height or too

low to hit.



Tips For Blocking #82: Here's How To Win The Joust



Be the last player to touch the ball in a joust. 


When two players contact the ball at the same time over the net, the

second one to touch the ball almost always wins. 


The second player has the advantage of going up and pushing the

volleyball over the net, while the first player comes down, losing

momentum on her way.


A lot of times in the volleyball game we get so wrapped up in just hitting

the ball that we forget that we could possibly kick the ball to the

corners of the court and make a point.


Okay maybe not kick the ball but still, there's so much space in the back

court during long rallies that if you remember to get the ball back there,

you'll definitely make points.


So here is...



Tips For Volleyball #84: Tip deep. 



First, confirm with your teammates that the opposing team is playing

man-up defense.

Man-up defense occurs when a coach has her left back player or right

back player responsible for picking up the tips, so once they see where

the opposing team's setter has set the ball, they creep up automatically

a few feet to play defense right behind the block so they can easily pick

up any tips.


If they do confirm this, then you now know you have deep court open

spaces in the opposing team's court that you can tip to.



In volleyball practice, learn to tip the ball high over the block to the

deep corners of the court.


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Volleyball Tips For Girls

The author of this site former pro beach and indoor volleyball player April

Chapple gives you 86 Girls Volleyball Tips, quick and easy bite size

chunks of skill information that volleyball girls of all ages will find useful.



Valuable Spike Tips

April gives you three valuable spiking tips from her book 86 Girls

Volleyball Tips which explore how to hit the seam between the block,

how to hit the imperfect set and the importance of reaching high when

you spike the ball.

Volleyball Serving Tips

Giving serving advice to volleyball players is April's specialty and here

you will find out why you need to face your target, what you need to

have already decided before picking the ball up to serve it and why the

toss plays such an important part in how effective your serve will be.


Volleyball Defense Tips For Liberos

Both liberos, defensive specialist and anybody who plays backrow

defense will find these three tips immediately useful. Most players take

the pepper warmup for granted and Coach April explains two reasons

why you shouldn't.


You'll also find out why it's better practice against players who are

bigger, better, faster and stronger than you are.


Volleyball Bump Tips To Use Immediately

When I say "bump" you say "pass" because bumping and passing are

both commonly used serve receive terms.


Coach April offers bumping and passing advice on how to hold your arms

in a platform in order to keep them as straight as possible, what "beat

the ball" means and last but not least she talks about why you can't run

like a girl on the court.


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