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How TO Spike a Volleyball - For Beginners! You asked so I came and delivered! This is a VERY BASIC spiking tutorial to help you figure out what's going on wi...
To get young volleyball players comfortable with the spiking process, Bishop’s High coach Tod Mattox breaks it down first by arm swing and then with a 2-step approach called “Flamingo” that represents the final 2 steps. Next, he puts it all together with a fun game of “Defenders vs. Hitters,” which has attackers start with a 2-step approach and progress to a 4-step approach.
Beginner Volleyball Drills For Spiking. Written by Lewis Ramsier in Volleyball Skills. Like most skills in Volleyball spiking is a skill that starts from the legs and footwork. Without correct movement or timing a player can really struggle to utilize all their power and thus lead to weaker or less accurate spikes.
To spike a volleyball, position yourself behind the 10-foot line and watch the setter so you can move quickly when the ball comes over the net. Make sure to be in the correct stance, facing the ball with knees bent at a 30 degree angle toward the net. When you are ready to strike, approach the net and jump as the ball falls into position.
Basics of the Volleyball Spike. Techniques, skills, and strategies. A volleyball spike or attack is the strategy used to send the ball over the net to the opponent in such a manner that ball is not returnable. The spike is performed by moving the arm in a way such that you angle the ball to land on the ground of your opponent's side of the court. Usually a spike is hit with great force at a downward angle.
This video is about how to spike a volleyball with better timing. Timing your spiking approach with a setter is very difficult and this video provides some ...
According to volleyball rules, a spiker should be on the front row. However, a perfect spike is done either on the right or left side. Stand behind the attack line and strike the ball downward at a sharp angle in a way that your opponents are not likely to hit back. 2. Keep your eyes on the setter.
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