Do you find yourself struggling to serve
the ball in the court? If so, watch this video where you will discover my six
serving tips that will get you serving the ball in the court every single time. For the best volleyball coaching and
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post a new video every Tuesday. If you are tired of missing your serves, by the end of
this video you will have my six step formula for serving the ball in the
court. You’re gonna be able to place the ball exactly where you want to. These are
the exact tips I use with my players and now it’s your turn. Number one, master the
start position. You want to stand with feet staggered. If you’re right-handed
the left foot is in front. If you are left-handed, the right foot is in front.
Place both hands on the ball. Number two, draw the serving arm back.
Here, you’re getting in a loaded position. Your hips and shoulders are open to the
ball. Number three, toss the ball straight up. Focus on a low toss. The higher the
toss, the harder it will be to time to hit. Number four, after you toss the ball,
shift your weight from the back to front foot. Number five. Bring the arm and hand
forward making contact to the center of the ball. You want to create a straight
line through the center of the ball to the target. Number six, to serve the ball harder
open up the hips and shoulders as you finish the serve with a bigger step. Now if you haven’t seen my video on how
to serve topspin, be sure to check it out. This is where I further explain the
concept of clawing the ball. The link is in the description below and also in the
cars in this video. Now if you haven’t seen a video where I explain the
different types of serves, be sure to check it out. The link to watch it is in
the description below and also in the cards in this video. If you’ve been
struggling with serving or have a question related to serving, please
comment below with a follow up question. Now you know exactly how to serve a volleyball.
But what about other types of serves such as the jump topspin serve and a
standing floater. I’ve created a checklist that covers entire process of learning
to serve a volleyball. This covers everything you need to know about the different
types of serves and how to become great at placing them in the court. The link is
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