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In Improving Volleyball Serving, coaches will learn how to integrate serving drills into practice so that players come away from each practice with a sense of achievement, improvement, camaraderie, and fun!
Improving Volleyball Serving provides advice on practice planning, drill selection, making the most of each practice, and nurturing the competitive edge based on the skill sets of players. Most of all, this mini e-book contains serving drills that will ensure your servers are aggressive, strong, and consistent. There are three steps to the serve: the presentation, the toss in front of the hitting shoulder, and the follow-through to the target. These drills help ensure that players execute each step properly. Each of the 11 diagrammed drills includes information about the purpose of the drill, the setup, running the drill, and coaching points and variations for making a drill more or less competitive. Let Improving Volleyball Serving take your team practices to a more fun and more competitive level.
The mini e-book Improving Volleyball Serving is an abridged version of the comprehensive The Volleyball Drill Book (Human Kinetics, 2012).
The mission of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) is to advance the sport of volleyball and its coaches. The vision of the AVCA is for volleyball to become a mainstream sport in the United States and for the AVCA to be the epicenter for leadership, advocacy, and professional development.
The AVCA was incorporated as a private nonprofit educational corporation in 1981. The AVCA has over 5,600 members in all 50 states and the District of Columbia as well as in 30 countries. Eighty percent of college coaches are members of the AVCA, and membership at the high school and club ranks has doubled since 2006. The AVCA provides a professional network for those individuals and companies dedicated to enhancing and promoting the sport. Members include collegiate, high school, club, youth, and Olympic coaches as well as volleyball club directors. The AVCA provides education to volleyball coaches, recognition of elite players and coaches, promotion of volleyball competitions throughout the world, and networking opportunities for volleyball product and service providers.