Volleyball serving tip, technique, secrets and information. Volleyball How to for overhand serve, top spin serve, float serve, jump serve, jump float serve, underhand serve, skyball serve more. Also serving strategy for indoor and beach volleyball.
This video breaks down what I am doing as I am coaching. Important coaching points: Guided discovery, Open probe questions – Who, What, What, When, How, O, So, Meaning, And, Tell Me, Motor learning patterns are stored In the brain Visually. Language of volleyball we speak Is our culture. Players learn with multiples senses.
Part 1: Coaching The Jump Serve In Volleyball In this video I teach players how to jump serve a volleyball. This video includes great volleyball coaching ques / keys that coaches can use in their own practice. Also here is the link to Dr. Gil Fellingham Presentation: Using Science to Develop a Team Game Plan…
This new volleyball training tool will help young players by helping them learn “How to Overhand Serve” over the net and spike with more power. In this video I demonstrate with my 9 year old son Thor (Filmed 03/17) how the Passback football can help you learn to serve and spike with more power. Thor…
This week I was at the Long Beach FIVB World Championships and I had a chance to talk with “The Lion” Aleksandrs Samoilovs from Latvia who is part of the #1 Ranked beach men’s team in the world. During our conversation I got to ask him a few things including why he has in my…
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.
Mike demonstrates how to do a float serve with a simple motion, an open hand and more.
Stein presents part 23 of 27 for setters. Discussed are strategies and instruction for the jump float serve as a setter.
Stein presents part 22 of 27 for setters. Discussed are strategies and instruction for jump serving as a setter.
Stein presents part 21 of 27 for setters. Discussed are strategies used to be an effective server as a setter.
Logan Tom coaches players how to do a volleyball float serve. This is a great instructional video that offers insider technique into the most common serve in volleyball.
From 2003- 2013 Logan Tom was one of the most successful female volleyball jump servers in the world. In this video Logan instructs and coaches how to do a volleyball jump serve.
Tom lends his insight into how the jump float server is so effective in the women’s game and how the men’s game is catching onto the trend. John is one of the expert in the area and has done more research on the subject than anyone we know of. This video should be watched by all female volleyball coaches.
In today’s game with the effectiveness of most teams offense the volleyball skill of serving has never been more important. In this 42 minute video Brian Gimmillaro will explain all aspects of the volleyball serve. This video was filmed so that it could be used by both players and coaches.
Great video where we see Bill teaching junior players how to jump serve with this extremely effective jump serving drill. What I also like about the drill and video is what the coaches focus on and the verbal ques for teaching jump serving to juniors.
Practice Plan #1 – Part 7 of 10 – Serving drill and videos focusing on the jump float serve and serving technique. In this series of videos you will get to see and hear how the staff at LMU uses the radar gun to clock each players serve and increase consistency. Also later you will hear about the research Tom has done regarding the jump float serve in women’s volleyball.
This post offers a great series of instructional videos and drills with Tom Black (LMU Head Women’s Coach, USA Assistant Coach) and his staff teaching the jump float serve includes tips on using a radar gun to increase consistency, verbal cues used by coaches and more! Tom has dedicated a significant amount of time researching the effectiveness of the jump float serve.
In this video Tom Black discusses his intensive research into the jump float serve and why it is the most effective serve is women’s college volleyball. This video is extremely interesting and all serious coaches should hear about the extensive research Tom has done around college and with the women’s national team on the subject.
This series of videos is on the LMU 50 passing and serving drill. The goal for the passers is to get 50 passes rated a 3 or 4. In this series of videos you will also see the teams and coaching staffs focus on the jump float serve and its effectiveness as a serve in volleyball. Also how the coaching staff uses the radar gun.
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.
Giving a full demonstration of the jump float serve and explaining its effectiveness in women’s and girls’ volleyball is twelve year coach.
A miniscule difference is using the valve on the ball to direct its direction on court. Demonstration is to use the classic 3 step approach serve at the passer’s nose to throw off their depth perception.
David Fischer demonstrates how to execute and successfully use a powerful jump serve for beginners and pros. Beginners learn and pros can review the basics and fundamentals of how to toss and approach the ball. Think like a hitter when jump serving by progressing from the ten foot line and backing up to the end line.
The float serve is the most fundamental can’t miss serve in volleyball. Twelve year coach and pro player David Fischer breaks it down. The float is presented and done in three steps from the toss through to contact with the ball. Gum up the opponents offense with different speeds and locations of the ball.
In this 6 video series Gold Medal coach Steve Anderson teaches the fundamentals of the overhand volleyball serve.