BIOMECHANICS OF JUMP FLOAT SERVE IN THE WOMEN’S NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL TERM OF THAILAND

Authors

  • Sirirat HIRUNRAT -

Keywords:

Biomechanics, Jumping Serve, Kinematic

Abstract

            The jump serve is a beautiful, exciting movement that offers a greater chance of scoring than the regular float serves. Recently, it plays a key role in getting a score in Thailand’s women’s national volleyball team. The results of this study were analyzed and presented to Thailand’s national volleyball coaches and athletes. The biomechanics data in this study included the kinematic aspects of the jumping serve in different levels of the athlete’s experience including the youth (Mini VB), youth 17 (U17), youth 18 (U18), and senior (Senior) women's volleyball teams in 2018–2019. The benefit of this study could apply to coaches and athletes for training development in the future.

(Journal of Sports Science and Technology 2022; ; 22 (2): 8-12))
(Received: 21 March 2022, Revised: 9 November 2022, Accepted: 11 November 2022)
*Corresponding author: Sirirat HIRUNRAT
School of Human Kinetic and Health, Faculty of Health Science Technology,
HRH Princess Chulabhorn College of Medical Science, Chulabhorn Royal Academy, THAILAND
E-mail: u_kai@hotmail.com

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Author Biography

Sirirat HIRUNRAT, -

School of Human Kinetic and Health, Faculty of Health Science Technology,
HRH Princess Chulabhorn College of Medical Science, Chulabhorn Royal Academy, THAILAND

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Published

2022-11-29

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Short communication