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How to overhand serve a volleyball. This beginner volleyball video teaches the basics of serving for both right-handed and left-handed people! Includes how t...
The toss is a very important part of volleyball serving. The server should toss the ball in a lifting motion and not lean forward or drop the left hand. Good tosses are very important because a consistent toss will produce fewer variables to contend with when contacting the ball.
Toss - One of the most important parts of your serve is your toss. Hold the ball in front of you in your non-dominant hand, and slightly to the right (or left, if you’re left handed). You want to toss the ball such that, when you swing, the palm of your hand would contact the ball at the height of your swing.
Hold the ball low, with your opposite hand down near your waist. You should have the same foot forward as the side of the hand holding the ball. For example, a right-handed player will hold the ball in their left hand and their left foot will be forward. This is important for having balance and generating power.
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(a) Hit the ball with the heel of your dominant hand. Bring your dominant hand forward and smack the ball with the heel of your hand, or the bottom of your palm. Try not to hit it with your fingers or the flat of your palm, as this will cause the serve to have less power. (If you're worried
The left hand/arm would be straight in front of you, with the right hand/arm by your right ear. Serving in volleyball is a very similar technique. The ball will be resting in your left hand with your right hand pulled back by your right ear. This is the proper technique and position.
(All technical suggestions can be reversed for left-handed players.) The left foot should always be pointed in the direction of the serve. This allows the hips, chest, and arms to complete the serve together as opposed to awkwardly twisting during the serve. If you want to serve straight, point the left foot straight and align the hips and upper body with the left foot.