Olympic Gold Medalist and Sportskool coach Misty May serves up the proper techniques for the jump, float, and jump float serves.
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I do a stand float that drops before 10 foot. People think it’s because I specifically maneuver it too, but it’s because I don’t know how to add power to it. I’ve gotten many aces with my weak short floats, but I can’t seem to figure out how to do a strong deep float.
i’m 15 and in highschool, only reason i didn’t try out for the team is because i’ve been taught wrong how to serve and can’t do it right. i excel in bumping and spiking and setting yet can’t get down the serve
I started playing volleyball around two months ago and I still can't serve properly/consistently - and I'm a 16 male. Physically I know I'm capable of hitting the ball harder than some of my female friends but I don't know what's lacking in my technique that's causing me not to consistently hit the ball over the net
Sounds weird maybe, but I have the same thing. And it is mentally. I am 27 and playing volleyball for 4 years now. I finally know how to serve upper hand but during a game I suck. During training I nail it. I found out it is in my head. If I say to myself I am gonna hit this hard and over the net. Then there it goes. If I am insecure or don't pay attention I fail.
LoLCollege there are many things that could cause you to not be able to serve as well or as hard. You need to follow through as she said many times. The timing and the ball toss is crucial to a serve too
So scientifically speaking, the float cannot spin and in order to not spin you can’t follow through. This will allow the air to displace unevenly throughout the ball causing it to shake around like a knuckle ball in baseball. This technique is used so that people get confused on where the balls going.
volley 8 kate It’s a float serve. In a float serve you want the least amount of spin. If you hit the ball and keep moving your arm, you end up giving the ball a large amount of spin. It would no longer be a float serve then. When you stop your hand when you hit the ball, you give it the least amount of spin possible so that it’s unpredictable.
if you hit less than 85km/h don't bother spin serving unless its deadly accurate. Over 85k any small amount of side spin will begin to make a difference and dart left or right as well as down at the last second making it almost impossible to pass. I also say 'deadly' accurate because it is a high risk serve and hitting a top spin ball to the centre of the court is just a gift for the opposition, make sure you can pick the lines. If you do insist on jump serving, i suggest that you practice like crazy, go to the gym early and leave late and when you practice, absolutely WHALE on it, as hard as you can THEN work on accuracy. i know it sounds crazy but if you work on accuracy first then try to add pace your mechanics will break down. video tape yourself from in front, behind, and both sides to pick out any quirks you or your coach may notice and get them corrected at max effort.
Given new dimpled balls, floats are much more difficult to pass now. accuracy is not as important when you float because it can dart any which way. also, because it is an easier serve to hit and be accurate more players at the amateur level are developing this serve.
As a general tip, if your coach asks you to serve at a position on the court (1,5, or 2) what he/she is really saying is "pick on the player in this position" so whenever you practice be sure to have a targe and work on serving to either side of it.
What a bunch of stupid replies :D When many people are able to serve over the net, then it shouldn't be so hard. The best way to correct it is through... psychology combined with mathematics! For many persons the ball doesn't get over the net because they are subconsciously terrified with the idea that the ball has to travel a looong 18 meters. Think about this: if the ball travels 18 meters, the peak of the parable (the trajectory) would be at about 9 meters. So your aim could change to sending the ball just be above the net (instead of thinking of the whole 18 meters). Actually, to pass the ball over the net, you don even need an 18-m long shot, but maybe only 12 meters. That means you have to imagine you want to make the ball reach the peak of the parable just above the attack line, which is so much closer. That would solve the psychological aspect.
If the real problem is physical weakness, the the solution is again simple: do it in smaller steps. Do one week what is your maximum distance, then next week do just try to make it 1 meter longer. And thus progress each week. But when you learn the aim should focus on the peak of the parable which is half way rather than the destination of the serve.
All these, of course, with that smash type of movement, like in karate.
float serving tip (If you didn't understand reply and i will try explaining it a bit better)
Float Serve Tip : In the float serve she can take a step to make it stronger. For example if you are right handed you right leg must be back originally.... But you begin with it on the front and when you toss the ball on the air you bring your left leg to the front and the serve is much more powerful than it would simply be if it was for the way it told us...
Bro no need to flex. We know you’re just asking if it is above average or below average, so you can get praises like “OMG YOU CAN JUMPSERVE AT THAT AGE?!?! ARE YOU LIKE OIKAWA OMG OMG”
Well lemme tell yah buddy, its average, so don’t think you’re better than everyone, just because you can barely imitate an anime serve.
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