The volleyball jump serve is designed to create alot of speed and pace so the ball hits the ground before the passers in serve receive on the opposing team can get to it.
In order to serve more aces in volleyball for your team, there are two versions of the jump serve that you can learn to do
The jump serve comes in two popular varieties:
Brooklyn performs the jump float serve during semi private training lessons.
The volleyball jump serve is performed with
For the the volleyball jump serve toss, the server can use
Watch in the Instagram embed below as Kamiya uses a one arm toss for her jump serve and Olivia uses a two arm toss for her jump float serve.
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O with the two hand toss and Miya with the one hand toss working on . . . . Both with a three step approach (left, right, left) . . . attacking the last two steps of the approach and . . . contacting the ball at the highest height of the approach jump . . . Keeping the elbow high during the ENTIRE 3 step approach and . . . getting the flat hand .. the middle of the hand to the middle of the ball...quickly . . . Upon contact. ..STOP and POP the ball to produce the FLOAT NO SPIN effect on the ball on contact . . . Great serving and passing practice in semiprivate training today, ladies! . . .❤️those afropuffs . . . #vegasvolleyball #volleyballtraining #volleyballsetter #volleyballhighlights #volleyballpractice #summerlinlife #vegaslocals #varsityvolleyball #girlsvolleyball #playvolleyball #hendersonnevada #ilovevolleyball #thisisvolleyball #lasvegasbaby #vegasborn #summerlinlv #vegaslocal #lasvegaslocal #avcavolleyball #volleyballdrills #youthvolleyball #eastlasvegas #hendersonnv #volleyballclinic #lasvegasnv
For the jump top spin serve
after the toss and the serve 3-4 step approach....
The server contacts the top third of the ball
insures the ball crosses the net with a lot of pace, speed and velocity like a spiked hit.
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I share alot of individual, partner and easy-to-do volleyball serving drills we do in class with my followers.
Many of these practice drills and volleyball serve skills 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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