How To Receive in Volleyball Who Else Wants To Fix Your Passing Skills?

Learn how to receive in volleyball and get fast results on the court in this excerpt from my passing tutorial "11 Ways To Sharpen Your Serve Receive Game"

Read 4 tips on how to receive in volleyball in this excerpt from my popular passing tutorial "11 Ways To Sharpen Your Serve Receive Game" on the Active.com site.Learn how to receive in volleyball and get fast results on the court in this excerpt from my passing tutorial "11 Ways To Sharpen Your Serve Receive Game". Neutralizing your opponent's service game with accurate serve receive and passing skills is an important key to the success of your team's offensive game.


In my article "11 Ways to Sharpen Your Serve Receive Game"  which made me a contributing author to the Active.com site I coach volleyball passing skills online to players who want to learn how to improve their passing skills while in serve receive.

 I reprinted an excerpt from that article so you can read four of my popular tips on this page. 

Here are 4 tips liberos, defensive specialists and back court passers can use to improve their serve reception and heighten the efficiency of their overall team's offense.

Neutralizing your opponent's service game is key to offensive point scoring success on the volleyball court. 


  Coach April Chapple's Volleyball Passing Tips For Youth Volleyball Players

MY PASSING EBOOK QUICKLY HELPS YOU IMPROVE YOUR PASSING SKILLS.    Learn how to perform one of the most important skills you need to know to gain more playing time on the court!MY PASSING EBOOK QUICKLY HELPS YOU IMPROVE YOUR PASSING SKILLS. Learn how to perform one of the most important skills you need to know to gain more playing time on the court!
 

 


 

 



How To Receive in Volleyball Who Else Wants To Fix Your Passing Skills
Tip No.1: Spread Your Wings 


Run with your arms apart to get in position.

You'll move faster. You want to be stopped before you pass the ball to avoid running and bumping simultaneously. You are not controlling the ball when you run and bump together, and this forward moving action usually makes the ball go right back over the net.


How To Receive in Volleyball Who Else Wants To Fix Your Passing Skills
Serve Receive Tip No.2: Center Yourself


Present your platform after you've stopped running. Your feet need to be in a balanced position first. 


How To Receive in Volleyball. Who Else Wants To Fix Your Passing Skills?


How To Receive in Volleyball Who Else Wants To Fix Your Passing Skills
Serve Receive Tip No.3: Focus 

How To Receive in Volleyball Learn 4 Tips To Fix Your Passing Skills
Serve Receive Tip No.3: FocusHow To Receive in Volleyball Learn 4 Tips To Fix Your Passing Skills Serve Receive Tip No.3: Focus

 

Focus on the ball in the opposing server's hand, not on the server's face.

It's the ball you need to pass.

Focus on it as soon as the server gets it in her hands to serve. 


How To Receive in Volleyball Who Else Wants To Fix Your Passing Skills
Serve Receive Tip No.4: Eyes On The Ball


Keep your eyes on the ball as it comes across the net. Taking your eyes off the ball as it travels over the middle of the court increases the chances of getting aced. You may also be unable to make minor adjustments to your feet to accurately pass the ball to your target. 



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Follow me on Instagram @coach_apchap to improve your game even faster!

I share alot of individual, partner and easy-to-do volleyball serving drills we do in class with my followers.

Many of these volleyball practice drills you can do at home by yourself or try at your next practice with your teammates.

If you're a B team or JV player trying to make varsity next year...your goal should be to complete 1000 reps a day of at least three of the basic skills on your own...volleyball passing, serving and setting should be at the top of the list. 




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Where Do You Go From Here?


What do you need to do now? You have three options: 

  1. Learn more about volleyball offense, attacking and serve receive in the Related Links below. 
  2. Follow the suggested reading on our Sitemap page    Learning How To Play (Sitemap)
  3. Or visit the pages in the How to Play Volleyball section in the drop down menu at the top of the page to get started. 
  4. Before leaving this page Say "Hi" to Mr Resee the Kangaroo, wearing the #11 jersey below. He's another defensive specialist and team captain for the VolleyBragSwag All Beast team. 

Meet Resee the Kangaroo and Passing Specialist on
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