Serving certain targets - be they Zones or passers - can be very useful. Let's not forget, though, the one actually having to make the serve.
A coach worries he needs to change his serving philosophy, but what he presents doesn't get anywhere close to suggesting that.
In which I appeal to volleyball coaches - especially boys' coaches - to teach their players the jump serve. Float or topspin.
How important is getting aces to winning in volleyball? More important in the men's game than the women's based on the numbers.
I like incentivizing my servers to challenge my passers in practice. Here's a way you can get your servers competing.
Are jump serves better than standing serves in volleyball? If so, when should we start teaching players how to jump serve?
How can we get players used to serving in pressure situations? It comes down to making their serves in practice consequential.
When we coaches say aggressive serving, what exactly does that mean? Here is what I mean when I use that phrase.