Learn how to spike with left handed footwork! This volleyball tutorial video goes into detail about footwork, body position, and in game examples. Don't wo...
Learn how to spike left handed in volleyball! In this volleyball tutorial video, you will learn how to spike angle, line, and middle back from the left (out...
How to Spike a Volleyball Left-Handed from the Right Side. To place the ball in the left-back corner, contact the ball on the top-right side of the ball. To place the ball to the deep middle part of the court, wrap your hand over the top of the ball as you swing towards deep middle. To place the ball to the right-back corner, wrap your hand over the ball making contact on the top-left part of the ball.
For a left handed hitter, the 4 step approach is left foot, right foot, left foot, then right foot. Point of Contact. The ball should be contacted reaching up high with the arm straight, elbow extended. The contact should be made reaching directly above or slightly in front of the body.
Step again with your left foot (or your right, if you're left-handed) and end with your feet shoulder width apart and your knees bent. Your arms should be swung back behind you. Your arm swing is essential when it comes to the height of your jump. A well-timed swing will help your upward momentum. Practice getting the timing down perfectly.
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A slide approach is approaching to the ball and jumping off one foot before spiking. Right handed players jump off the left foot. Left handed players jump off the right foot. Slides look like they would be difficult do. Actually, hitting a slide can be easier for some players. Most players take many small steps as they approach when hitting a slide.
And in the other hand (literally) left handeds hit like opposite right-handeds in the outside and vice versa. I would recommend to you become a opposite hitter, due to the fact that you can spike in a lot of ways to avoid being blocked, like a normal outside hitter, that is pretty much the only reason that lefties are chosen to be opposites, because their swing mechanics are simpler and less easy to block
Use your left leg if you are right-handed or right leg for left-handed players to take this step. Your hands should also be swinging behind you to help boost the upward momentum as you spike the ball. Maintain balance by keeping your feet at shoulder-width apart. 6. Jump while the ball is falling into position. You are almost there.