Time to experiment with the Skill Ball and their underhand serve.
Young players will discover—instead of being told—how angles of where the ball is lined up and how it sits prior to being hit, are important. With the Skill Ball near those knee pads (low) and not out in front of them (high), they will quickly see the results of where and how the ball travels. The medium contact may allow for some of their attempts to be successful, but many will also go into the net or be short. The LOW contact, with the "Drip of Sweat" YELLOW Skill Ball reference point directly under the server’s nose, will be the perfect formula for quick success.
Tip: ONE-TWO-STEP & PUNCH is the rhythm for their new volleyball “routine”