Overhand Volleyball Serve How Do You Get A Powerful Volleyball Serve?

To control the game with a tough overhand volleyball serve face your target, visualize yourself serving, toss the same way every time, and serve like you spike. 

A tough overhand volleyball serve helps you control the game. Here are 4 ways, Face your target, Visualize yourself serving, Toss the same way every time, Serve like you spike (Richard Yuan)A tough overhand volleyball serve helps you control the game. Here are 4 ways, Face your target, Visualize yourself serving, Toss the same way every time, Serve like you spike (Richard Yuan)


You need to develop a tough overhand volleyball serve. 


Anu with The Tough Overhand Volleyball Serve




Why Do You Need A
Powerful Serve?


The serve

so from your coach's point of view

why should they let you in the game to play back row?


Basic serving skills will get you on the court. A tough overhand volleyball serve will help you stay on the court longer. 

Katelyn with the Tough Jump Float Serve


As a coach I can tell you that having a tough serve can increase your playing time, BIG TIME!

If you go behind the service line and can serve  2-3 aces a game, YOU will be in every game for sure!

Learning some of these serving techniques and skills should be a priority for you regardless of your position, your height or your skill level. 


Brooklyn performs the jump float serve in volleyball during semi private training lessons. 



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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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