To jump serve a volleyball, start by standing 2-3 feet behind the back line since you’ll want to throw the ball high and step to the line to gain momentum for your jump. Next, look at how the opposing players are positioned so you can aim your body and serve toward the empty spaces.
The Jump volleyball serve starts with a toss 6 - 8 feet in the air followed by a 3-4 step spike approach used to launch the server in the air before contacting the ball. (Ralph Arvesen) The jump serve comes in two popular varieties: the jump float serve and. the jump spin serve.
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5). Horizontal CG velocities of 2.85 m.s-1 have been reported for the jump serve of male collegiate volleyball players (Tant and Witte 1991). The weight is maintained over the right foot during the toss, and it is followed by a longer step onto the left foot following release. The step onto the left foot is critical in attaining a
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A Volleyball Jump Serve is an overhead serve where the ball is tossed in the air first; the player then times their approach and jumps to make contact with the ball, hitting it with a fast pace and topspin. The extra motion generated during the serve allows the server to put additional power on the ball, making the serve difficult to handle for the receiving team.
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The jump serve was to volleyball at the time what dunking was to basketball after it was made legal. Most volleyball historians point to the 1984 Summer Olympics as the first notable jump serves in international play. Overview of the Jump Serve. The jump serve is very hard.
For the basic underhand serve, you will use your dominant hand to strike the ball. Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart, with your non-dominant foot forward. Hold the ball in your opposite hand, cupping the ball like on a golf tee. Hold the ball low, at around waist level and out in front of yourself.