Volleyball Passing Cues Keep Eyes On The Ball When The Server Has It
One of the important volleyball passing cues to improve ball control is to keep your eyes on the ball when in the server's hands before it crosses the net.
Volleyball Passing Cues: Keep your eyes on the ball and track it early while it's in the opposing server's hands before it crosses the net. (Inky Hack)
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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 Volleyball Passing Cues 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)
Volleyball Passing Cues 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.
Volleyball Passing Cues 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
Volleyball Passing Cues After The Serve
Once the server contacts the ball
Anticipate where you need to be based on the path the served ball takes and
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 allowyou to take them off of the ball.