I Love How To Teach Volleyball Serve Skills To Middle and High School Players

I'm passing on my knowledge with my love of how to teach volleyball serve skills to middle and high school players because it is my way of giving back to the sport.

Registration is now open for March/April 2023 Serve+Dig+Pass+Clinic Series hosted by me, Coach April. 
Two (2) one hour sessions on March 4, 5 and April 8. For experienced players with two (2) years experience with ages 14 - 16 and for ages 16 - 18 .
March 4       9am - 10:30am (ages 14 - 16) and 10:30am - 12pm (ages 16 - 18)
March 5       10am - 11am (ages 14 - 16) and 11am - 12pm (ages 16 - 18)
April 8          8am - 9am (ages 14 - 16) and 9am - 10pm (ages 16 - 18)

Limited spaces available. Spots will sell out. Email info@improveyourolley.com for more information and to reserve your spot..Registration is now open for March/April 2023 Serve+Dig+Pass+Clinic Series hosted by me, Coach April. Two (2) one hour sessions on March 4, 5 and April 8. For experienced players with two (2) years experience with ages 14 - 16 and for ages 16 - 18 . March 4 9am - 10:30am (ages 14 - 16) and 10:30am - 12pm (ages 16 - 18) March 5 10am - 11am (ages 14 - 16) and 11am - 12pm (ages 16 - 18) April 8 8am - 9am (ages 14 - 16) and 9am - 10pm (ages 16 - 18) Limited spaces available. Spots will sell out. Email info@improveyourolley.com for more information and to reserve your spot..


Whether I'm coaching in the indoor gym, the sand gym, outdoor sand courts or through what I share on this site...my volleyball serve teachings is based on the elite training and High Performance international and elite coaching I received and its one of my favorite things to do.

Registration is now open for May 2023 Serve+Dig+Pass+Clinics hosted by me, Coach April. Four two hour sessions on four Sundays in May from 10-11 for ages 10-12 and from 11 - 12 for ages 13 - 15. Must have 1-2 years of experience.  Limited spaces available. Spots will sell out. Email info@improveyourolley.com for more information.Registration is now open for May 2023 Serve+Dig+Pass+Clinics hosted by me, Coach April. Four two hour sessions on four Sundays in May from 10-11 for ages 10-12 and from 11 - 12 for ages 13 - 15. Must have 1-2 years of experience. Limited spaces available. Spots will sell out. Email info@improveyourolley.com for more information.


With that said...

...let's get started! You came here to learn how to improve volleyball serve skills so let me tell you about some important things you'll find here on my site that will help you do just that. 



How To Improve Volleyball Serve Skills in Vegas:  Want to know what to fix first? Check your toss which is the important part of getting your serve consistently to your target. 


I love how to teach volleyball serve skills to my clients and team players. There's a reason I spend so much time on it.

I loved scoring points with my serves when I played.

You know why? Because it saved my team alot of time and effort, don't laugh!

If you don't HAVE to play defense, then why do it!


As a player, once I was told that serving was the first opportunity a player had to score a point for their team, that's when I started spending a ton of time working on improving my serving skills. 


Could there have been a little ego involved?

Probably, just a smidge. 

The serve is an opportunity for a player to go back to the service line and literally win the game from there. If you can serve 15 balls in a row or 25 whatever you are playing to..by the rules of the game, one player could win the game for their team!

I Love How To Teach Volleyball Serve Skills To Middle and High School Players Check out my article The Volleyball Serve Toss How Consistent Is your TossI Love How To Teach Volleyball Serve Skills To Middle and High School Players Check out my article The Volleyball Serve Toss How Consistent Is your Toss

So I thought, Okay, why not try that every time I went back to serve?

Does it happen, yes it does.

I've been on the court when someone (okay not someone...Olympian Mary Jo Peppler) has served 14 balls in a row when we were down 3-14, so yes it can be done. 


Serving the ball is the one skill in volleyball where a player can score a point all by themselves. So why not try?

At least, your goal should be to become that player who can be counted upon to consistently score a series of points from the service line. 

That's how tough the serve you want to develop should become and that's how dependable you want to be for your team. 

A point scoring machine from the end line every time you go back to serve the ball. 


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I Love How To Teach Volleyball Serve Skills To High School Players. Be sure to read my serving tip articles to improve your serving.I Love How To Teach Volleyball Serve Skills To High School Players. Be sure to read my serving tip articles to improve your serving.


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. 


Coach April Chapple 
How To Teach Volleyball Serve Skills
in Vegas



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