The SPIKE IT is used by volleyball coaches throughout the world to develop and refine the skills of spiking and serving. This unique motivational aid has proven invaluable in teaching beginning players proper arm swing, extension, approach and jump techniques, while affording more advanced players an opportunity to concentrate on perfecting already existing skills.
Spiking a volleyball can involve a two step, three step, or four step approach. It is the coordinated effort of footwork, arm swing, and explosiveness. How...
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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.
To spike a volleyball straight down, you need to have proper hitting technique (a strong frame, clean arm “snap”, and proper footwork), have good timing (allowing you to hit the “sweet spot”), and hit the ball from above. Remember: at the end of the day, angles are more important than height. While many players make spiking a volleyball ...
Spiking a volleyball entails forcefully striking the ball toward the floor on your opponent's side of the net. You wait for the setter to set the ball near the net, then approach the ball, jump, and go in for the "kill."
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Spike It Right, established in September 2014 has programs geared to girls and boys ages 5-15. Our mission is to provide quality training, focusing on the skills, sportsmanship, teamwork, and character.
GROTON -- For the second straight year, the Hamlin Chargers are headed to the state tournament after a SoDak 16 sweep of Mobridge-Pollock. Early in the first set Tuesday night in Groton, the Tigers got out to a quick start. But it didn’t take long for Hamlin to catch up. Eventually, the Chargers ...
Tenino sophomore Macy Griffis (9) goes up for a spike against Aberdeen on Tuesday. Eric Trent / email@example.com Posted Tuesday, September 14, 2021 9:07 pm