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UNDERARM SERVICE Split stance: opposite foot forward to serving hand Swing your service arm straight back Toss the ball up, swing your arm forward Contact.

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1 UNDERARM SERVICE Split stance: opposite foot forward to serving hand Swing your service arm straight back Toss the ball up, swing your arm forward Contact the ball with the heel of your palm Follow through and point in direction the ball is going Top tip: Transfer your weight from back foot to front foot to add more power

2 OVERHEAD SERVICE - Split stance: opposite foot forward to serving hand - Swing your service arm back next to your head, toss the ball up - Hit the ball with the heel of your palm Top tip: Transfer your weight from back foot to front foot to add more power

3 THE SET Same technique as the volley Played above the head The second ball is always the setters Get into position to set the attacking player up Push the ball up high Top tip: Keep your eyes on the ball and communicate with your team mates

4 VOLLEY TECHNIQUE Fingers and hands form triangle formation Played above the head Pushed with fingers, NOT a slap Bend your knees and push the ball up to get more height and power Top tip: Push the ball up high, this gives your team mate more time to get into position to play the next shot

5 BLOCK TECHNIQUE Keep your eyes on the ball Watch the setters and attacking players Jump straight up, as high as possible Raise both arms up high Spread your fingers out to block the ball Top tip: Block with another member of your team to make it harder for the ball to pass you

6 DIG TECHNIQUE Hands clasped together, arms out in front Knees bent, get down low Keep your eyes on the ball Ball is hit on forearm muscle Top tip: Control is key

7 SPIKE TECHNIQUE Top tip: The steeper the angle and the greater the power - the harder it is to return/block Take above head height Aim with non striking hand Attack the ball near net Reach up high with the arm straight, elbow extended Jump up high Angle/aim for the ground and apply power to it is un-returnable

8 THE COURT NET SERVING ZONE Attack Zone Defence Zone Player 1 is the first person to serve Rotate clockwise On rotation, player 6 would then become the second server


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