Most of us have seen someone do an overhand volleyball serve that looked effortless.
How do you teach volleyball beginners to serve? That is the question I was asked.
There are many serving rules in volleyball and sometimes it can be difficult to identify what you’re being called for if you’re not familiar with ...
Volleyball serve terminology. Underhand serve, overhand serve, floater, jumper, roundhouse, friendly fire, service error, service ...
The main objective of a serve is to make the ball land in the opponent’s court.
This page explains what happens when a team is on offense along with a reprint of my 10 Volleyball Serve Receive tips article that appeared on Active.com
This content was taken directly from our newest course, the Youth Volleyball Training Series, presented by Deborah Newkirk.
My 10 "Coach April Overhand Serve Volleyball Tips" designed to help you increase your serving accuracy, power and the ability to serve more aces in volleyball.
The 4 types of overhand volleyball serves are the standing float serve, the jump float where you add spike approach footwork and the topspin and jump spin serves.
Every play in a volleyball game starts with a serve.