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A volleyball serving machine is a machine that’s specifically designed to replicate the serving action so that players and coaches can train and practice receiving the serve. While some of the machines will have other features and uses, the core function is to simulate a volleyball serve.
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Now, the best volleyball machines feature either air technology or 2 and 3 wheels, to create a consistent, accurate and powerful volleyball serve. A Game Redefined As Volleyball became more competitive and the jump serve became a standard move, the need for these sophisticated training devices grew.
Make sure this fits by entering your model number. The Attack II Volleyball Machine extends over the women's net height with a ball release point ranging from 5 ft. 6 in. to 8 ft. 6 in. Speeds range from soft sets to 70+MPH jump serves- and everything in between. Thousands of college, high school, club and international teams rely on it to deliver thousands of reps in daily practice.
The ultimate volleyball training machine With AirCAT, gone are the days when you spent more time tossing balls than working closely with your players to improve their performance. The AirCAT is a fully-automatic, battery operated drill machine that uses patented C onsistent A ir T echnology to safely and efficiently train all aspects of the game of volleyball: hitting, digging, setting, blocking, and serve receive.
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Wave: Serve receive drill. Purpose: A fast-paced serve receive drill that teaches players to control chaos. How it Works: Players group up into groups of 3 serve receivers. There should be a group of three passers on each side receiving serves for two minutes straight. Two groups of three are the serving groups; The serving teams serve one at a ...
Volleyball Serve Receive - Going Beyond the Perfect Passing Form In the previous volleyball serve receive and volleyball passing drills pages, you have learned the very basics of passing. You were taught how you should keep the ball in front of your body when passing.