- Aggressive volleyball play starts with the jump serve
- Master high velocity jump and jump floater serves
- Learn how to incorporate jump serving into your warm-up
with Neil Mason,
TCA Founder/California Club Director/Coach;
US Olympic Committee Developmental Coach of the Year in 2006
Neil Mason feels that the jump serve offers the best opportunity to teach aggressive play and to help a player develop court and game sense. Coach Mason begins this AVCA on-court convention DVD with drills for how to incorporate jump serving into a practice warm-up activity. He then demonstrates a technical progression for teaching and coaching the jump serve. Mason includes keys for teaching the toss, footwork and arm movement, as well as strategies for how to generate speed and power into the skill. Adding invaluable substance to the technical aspects, Mason shares ongoing tips for coaching the skill and how to hold players accountable for proper technique. Mason's instruction includes a high velocity jump serve and a jump float serve, with differing contact techniques for a variety of ball rotations. He also shows a series of serving strategies for game considerations and common fallacies when it comes to jump serving. Mason's jump serve DVD is perfect for players at any level who want serving reps with a purpose.
56 minutes. 2009.Volleyball Videos