During the jump float serve, there are 4 key points to focus on: footwork, accuracy, rhythm, and lift. Which of these do your players have covered and which could use some work?
The footwork for the jump float serve should be left-right-left. The last 2 steps should prepare the player for a jump that gives the player some horizontal movement forward. Players over time will develop a rhythm for their particular float serve. To maintain location accuracy, the player must keep a consistent hand contact (using as much of the surface of the hand as possible). Lead your float serve with a toss that’s several feet in front of you. This will create more power and momentum behind the serve.