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Volleyball Floater (4 TIPS TO BETTER SERVING)

Have you been struggling to hit your
float serve? If so, watch this video and you will discover my four tips to developing
a great floater. For the best volleyball coaching and training advice, subscribe
to my channel and hit the bell to be notified when I post a new video every
Tuesday. By the end of this video, you’re gonna have my 7 serving tips that are
gonna help you learn how to get the ball floating every single time you serve.
These are the exact tips I use with my players and now it’s your turn. Number
one, focus on the center of the ball. You want to make contact to the center of
the ball. If you miss the center the ball, it will spin. To hit a good floater you need
the ball to not spin at all. Number two, you need a good toss in order hit the
ball straight. You need to toss the ball in front of the hitting shoulder. So you
can swing straight through the center of the ball. Number three, listen to the contact. You need to understand the difference
between good sounding contact and a bad sounding contact. A good contact is more
of a thud whereas a bad contact as more of a smack. Now if you haven’t watched my video
where I explain the difference between the float serve and the topspin serve,
make sure you check it out. The link to watch it is the description
below along with also in the cards in this video. Number four. Create a recoil
action on the ball after you make contact. Recoil the hand off the ball.
This will recoil action causes the ball to dance around in the air. Now you know exactly how to hit a volleyball float serve but what about other types of serves such as the jump floater
and the topspin serve. I’ve created a checklist to cover the entire process of
learning serve. A lot of all this covers everything you need to know about the
different types of serves and how to become great at placing them in the
court. The link is below. If you like this video please let me know about liking it
below. Subscribe and share it with your volleyball friends and comment below
with the word helpful if you found this video has helped.

David Frank



  1. Dennis Jackson Posted on August 20, 2019 at 7:06 pm

    Thanks for watching! Do you have a good float serve? Please let me know in the comments below! 🙂