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Most of us have seen someone do an overhand volleyball serve that looked effortless.
Volleyball serve terminology. Underhand serve, overhand serve, floater, jumper, roundhouse, friendly fire, service error, service ...
In volleyball, a topspin serve does exactly what its name implies: spins rapidly forward from the top.
The main objective of a serve is to make the ball land in the opponent’s court.
How to serve a volleyball isn't as complicated as many player's think.
One of the most challenging parts of beginning volleyball is to master the serve.
Did you know there are 4 main types of serves in volleyball?
Adrian Carambula is volleyball’s master of the “Skyball,” a towering underhand serve that spins and soars as much as 100 feet in the air before landing on the other side of the net.
The 4 types of overhand volleyball serves are the standing float serve, the jump float where you add spike approach footwork and the topspin and jump spin serves.