Teach your volleyball team how to serve a volleyball underhand. Perfect form for young players and beginner players. Recommended for 1st-6th grade! Spend 5 minutes at practice breaking down the underhand serve using these 4 steps, and you'll be on your way to a season full of successful serving! (Prefer to watch and learn?
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One way I’ve found to get them moving in the right direction is by having them work with a towel against a wall. Tie a knot in the end of a bath towel. Have the player hold the other end in their hitting hand. Have them face the wall, then do their arm swing.
Coach 'Em Up. This content was taken directly from our newest course, the Youth Volleyball Training Series, presented by Deborah Newkirk. Check it out! In this video, Deborah Newkirk of Coach ’Em Up in Austin, Texas, shares the basics of teaching a good underhand serve. Several keys she emphasizes are being “strong” with the arm and hand that hold the ball, proper alignment with the arm that swings forward to strike the ball and a good, flat surface area with your hitting fist.
Cues used in overhand serving are "toss and draw" and "step and swing". Here are a few fundamentals of learning to overhand serve for right-handed players. How to Serve a Volleyball. 1. Start in an up-and-back stride with most of your weight on your back right foot. 2. The left hand holds the volleyball extended forward and in front of your right side. 3.
READ FOR FURTHER EXPLANATION:I like to take my players through these overhand serve progressions to identify what is wrong with their serve, as well as teach...
8. Deliver and Pop Serve Drill. Get players comfortable with the overhand serve toss by teaching them to “deliver” the ball at the top of their reach, then drop the ball to the floor. Next, have them add a small toss at the delivery point, then contact the ball with a “pop” from their serving hand. 9. 10 to Kill Ball Control Drill
The team must rotate clockwise each time they serve. There must be 4 to 6 players on each side. Each game is played to 25 points, and the winning team must win by 2 points. Serving. Give your players these basic guidelines to follow when serving the ball: The server’s entire body must stay behind the boundary line while serving.
The skills of a successful volleyball athlete are learned in practice, including becoming an effective server. Practicing serving is as important as any hitting, setting or passing drill ...
serving lift - palm flat and facing up, "lift" the ball not higher than a ball width (or two) above head step – small, natural step with opposite foot (right-handers: step with left) taken at same time as ball is "lifted"