Jump float serve is the serve that tends to put the most pressure on the passers.
A jump serve is an advanced volleyball serve where the ball is thrown into the air and the player makes contact with it by jumping and hitting it in midair.
The volleyball jump serve comes in two forms the jump float serve and the jump topspin both done by contacting the ball in the air behind the service line.
Game-like volleyball drills to improve your performance in the matches.
These volleyball ball control drills will help develop passing, setting, and hitting.
High school drills will focus on drills for the high school level player.
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This volleyball serving drill will put pressure on the server to concentrate and make an accurate serve.
Volleyball serve terminology. Underhand serve, overhand serve, floater, jumper, roundhouse, friendly fire, service error, service ...