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Amy - How to *WIN* more points...!!
From: Hayley Merrett (info@volleyball-magic.com)
Sent: Wed 12/02/0912:51
To:
AM
AMY POELKER(casjpoelker@msn.com)
Hey Amy,
Keeping
the opposition
guessing
is sure to win points!!
...If you become predictable, then a good opposition will
know *exactly* how to position themselves to get the points.
One sure way to remain 'unpredictable'
is to have a variety
of serves available in your serves kitbag!
Today,
let's talk about the:
FLOAT SERVE .....
Float serves, although rarely generating an "ace" ... can
consistently be an effective weapon if a player can hit their
spots and keep their serves in.
The purpose is more often associated with placement and
accuracy, designed to take the opposing team out of their
normal offense.
For a whole library of expertly demonstrated Serving
head over try these drills and practice plans
http://tinyurl.com/50pages
drills,
A 'standard' float serve is something that can become very
easy and standard to a player if they're able to take out all of
the unnecessary movements.
Different players, (especially at younger levels) sometimes
add 'weird' components to their float serve like spin on the
ball and weird arm wind-ups.
To establish CONTROL and CONSISTENCY to your float
serves, you should start by making the bare-minimum of
movement. Fancy tosses and arm swings are really not
necessary, even though they can be effective at times.
Here's
what to do:-
Stand at the back
line, ready to serve ...
Hold the baIlout
in front of you with your non-hitting
Before you start hitting, practice
your toss will lead to consistency
what type of serve you use.
your toss. Consistency
in serving, regardless
In this float serve, the toss should be slightly
(about ten inches or so).
lof3
hand.
above
in
of
your head
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The hitting arm should be bent at the elbow with your
fingertips pointing forward towards the ball in your other
hand while your elbow is pointing almost straight back.
When you're ready, you want to bring
ball above your head.
your hand to meet the
Rotate your shoulder back slightly ... showing the palm of
your hand to the ball, before bring your hand forward to meet
the ball.
The 'main' thing you want to think about is contact.
want your hand to be strong and flat when it strikes
You
the ball.
The contact should take place right behind the ball; however
shorter players may need to adjust by contacting the ball at a
slightly lower spot.
When you feel like you have some reliability in your toss and
contact, start taking notice to how the ball is traveling ...
- If the ball is spinning or veering DRAMATICALLY off to
one side or another, then your hand is not contacting the ball
flatly.
- If the ball is traveling to long and missing the court, then
either take some strength off of your contact or ...even
better ...move back from the back line until the ball is landing
in the court.
You can never have enough
drills
and practice
plans
in your kit ..
http://tinyurl.com/50pages
3 THINGS
TO KEEP IN MIND:
* Have a strong
* Make
hand
solid contact
with the ball,
* Have very little movement
and ...
in your hitting
arm
You simply want to bring that arm straight back and straight
forward without any sort of a windup, because this only
provides more opportunity for mistake and failure.
Keep your 'eye' on the ball until you feel comfortable, then
you can start staring at the court for accuracy and placement.
The only way to get better
is to *practice*!
Hope this helps you, let me know how you go :-)
Warmly,
Hayley
PS. There's
over
50 pages
of new
and
fresh
drills,
http://tinyurl.com/50pages
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