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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Volleyball: The Standing Float Serve QR SKILL Use a QR Reader appon your mobile device toscan this poster for moreinformation on this skill! double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Skill Breakdown What is a Float Serve?Check out this professionalcompletely fool the opposition! Just scan the QR Code below! Starting Position (Right-handed serve, Left-handers do the opposite)- Stand facing the court with knees slightly bent- Feet should be slightly narrower than shoulder-width, with left foot slightly forward- Left arm should be holding the ball (palm up), straight out and parallel to the floor so the ball is in front of your right shoulder- Right arm is bent so forearm is parallel to the floor. Wrist is kept stiff!Preparation- Left foot steps forward while left arm tosses ball an arms length above head. Ball should be in front of right shoulder- Right arm pulls back with elbow bent and high (like pulling a bow)Striking Action- Trunk rotates to the left as left arm drops- Right arm rotates forward and up in an overhand throwing motion- Hand is open and wrist is kept stiff- Ball is contacted at full arm extension, above and in front of right shoulder- Contact is made with the heel and palm of the hand- Power through the middle of the ball to avoid putting spin on the ball- Contact should be short and sharp! (Baudin et al., 2011) Drill 1: Beginner - Step and Toss!A good serve begins with a good toss!Watch USF Coach Courtney Draper and her players demonstrate the first progression of Standing Float Serves. Practice! Drill 2: Intermediate - Contact!Tanya White explains the importance of goodcontact when executing float serves! Learn proper contact from one of the best femalebeach players! Practice these tips for the best contact! Drill 3: Advaned - Put it all together!Brian Gimmillaro from Long Beach StateUniversity demonstrates a drill you can useto practice your technique and accuracy!Grab a partner and pay attentionto your footwork and contact!
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