Mike shows how to jump serve from a different angle and mentions how execution, not style, scores points.
Mike demonstrates the jump serve by making the serve compact with the correct approach and other important tips.
Mike talks about the approach and how to experiment hitting the jump float serve.
Protecting a server means letting the best server go for an ace and be allowed to miss. The other servers must be more conservative and get their serves in. Gary talks how this is applied when he coaches in the Olympics.
Honing your volleyball indoor jump serve, Mike Diehl teaches you the perfect indoor jump serve.
Mike Diehl was an NCAA National Champion at UCLA in ’93 and followed it up with a 15 year indoor pro European career in 20 different countries. 4 times he was the league MVP and the most feared hitter. On the beach his pro debut was at the ’96 Manhattan Beach qualifier with Stein Metzger.