Volleyball Passer Keep Eyes On The Ball When Its In The Server's Hands
As a passer in serve receive you can improve ball control skills by keeping your eyes on the ball when its in the server's hands before it crosses the net.
Keep your eyes on the ball and track it early while it's in the opposing server's hands before it crosses the net is how to improve your volleyball passing skills. (Inky Hack) Keeping your eyes on the ball and tracking the ball early while it's still in the opposing server's hands before it crosses the net
is how to improve your volleyball passing skills.
How To Pass A Volleyball Before, During and After the Serve
Before the serve keep feet shoulder width apart in a balanced position with knees bent and right foot 2 inches in front of your left. Hands on knees with shoulders over the knees. (Aversen) Before the serve
Keep feet shoulder width apart in a balanced position with knees bent so you're in a slight squat. Keep feet slightly staggered so right foot is two-three inches in front of your left foot so you can move quickly in any direction. Hands can rest on knees with shoulders over the knees. During The Serve
As the server tosses the ball the passer's hands come off the knees and extend out in front of you Arms and shoulders shouldn't be too high or too close to your body. The perfect distance to hold your passing arms from your body ...you should be able to fit a ball underneath your armpits After The Serve Once the server contacts the ball
Anticipate where you need to be based on the path the served ball takes and Get your body behind the ball EARLY Be stopped and in a balanced position with body and shoulders facing and parallel to the net Create a platform with your arms by making a fist with one hand and cover the fist with the other hand while keeping wrists together and thumbs pointed to the ground Keep hips below the level of the ball Use your platform to contact the ball on your forearms above your wrists and below the insides of your elbows Angle your inside shoulder towards your intended target Freeze your platform on ball contact and don't swing your arms. This freezing action keeps the ball in the air longer and it allows the setter to read and anticipate where the pass is going
Lock Your Eyes On The Ball When Its In the Server's Hands
You should lock your eyes on the ball and visibly track it from the server's hands once she makes contact with it. Keep visually tracking the ball, keeping your eyes on it as it crosses the net and as the ball travels closer and closer towards you.
When performing any forearm pass, you want to intensify your ability to focus on the ball as it comes from the server, into your court, all the way into the extended arms of your platform. VIDEO
if its possible try not to take your eyes off the ball even when it makes contact with your forearms while you are passing it.
You want to watch the ball all the way into your court until it makes contact with your passing platform and then you want to keep watching the ball as it travels off of your platform and makes its way to the setter. Act like your eyes have a tracking device in them that won't allow you to take them off of the ball.
Imagine that this tracking device is activated just before the server tosses the ball in the air for her serve, and continues tracking the ball all the way across the net into your platform and continued until the ball reaches the setter's hands from your pass. Focusing on the ball like this should
Collegiate and professional volleyball players have protected themselves against the effects of a fast moving floater serve because they watch the ball out of the opposing server's hands, so when it gets to the net and then crosses to their side it's easy for them to move their feet quickly to get into position to pass the ball right to the target.
A quick review.. when you pass you want to keep your eyes on the ball and stay very focused and concentrated on the ball starting from when it's in the opposing team's server's hands and as it crosses the net and ending when it's bounced off of your platform and is heading to your setter's hands.
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