Winshot Training

1 - JUMP SERVE RECEPTION

Winshot trains very efficiently and with accuracy the reception on Jump serves.

 

This type of serve reduces even more the reaction time of the receiver, as the ball is often fired from within the field and from a higher position. Furthermore, it allows the server to hide longer the ball trajectory.
Winshot allows training very efficiently and with accuracy the reception on Jump serves.
The adjustment system can in fact perfectly simulate the two types of Jump serves most used by champions:

 

a – Jump seves with spin
Jump serve with spin is the most used in the men's game, where the run-up is long and where the objective is to shoot with great strength. The ball passes very near the net and often land deep in the opponent court. Often the trajectory is stable although differences can exist if the server is a right-handed or left handed;

 

b – Strong Jump serves
A new group of server exclusively pursuits strength in their service, with maximum speed reaching 135km/h.
At such speed, the trajectory tends to float and the ball is often not spinning. A striking characteristic is that such serves must be fired from very high: 3,0 to 3,4 meters!

With an assistant such as Winshot, no more errant hits or shoulder strains.

c - The Short Serve is used for tactical reasons, with the objective to disturb the central player run-up or to create problems to the receiver-attackers.
With Winshot placed on the back line of the court it is possible to fire short and precise balls to train the team to confront such particular serves.

Globus Winshot volleyball shooter

Winshot is able to generate on the ball the same effects observed during a game, simulating the different type of serves. 

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2 - TRAINING THE RECEPTION ON FLOAT SERVE

 

A floating serve has an effect which is not easy to reproduce during training.
Winshot, thanks to its accurate and specific speed wheel control, can fire floating effect balls with accuracy and repeatability without errant hits.

1 – Close up Float serve
This serve is done from the serving baseline, often with a straight trajectory, and with the objective to give to the ball a floating effect putting the receiver in difficulty, reducing the reaction time and making difficult to evaluate the ball landing point.

2 – Far back Float serve
Very often used in the women games this serve has most of the characteristics of the close up float serve but the ball is fired at higher speed, making it more difficult to control the bouncing, the player shoots the ball from 4/5 meters behind the serving baseline. Sometimes the ball can have very high trajectories.


3 – Jump float serve
This type of serve reduces even more the reaction time of the receiver, as the ball is often fired from within the field and from a higher position. Furthermore, it allows the server to hide longer the ball trajectory.

 

 

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3 - TRAINING THE RECEPTION ON SHORT SERVE

The Short Serve is used for tactical reasons, with the objective to disturb the central player run-up or to create problems to the receiver-attackers.
With Winshot placed on the back line of the court it is possible to fire short and precise balls to train the team to confront such particular serves.

 

SHORT SERVE GLOBUS

 

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4 - TRAINING THE DEFENCE ON 1° ROW ATTACK

 

First line attacks can be simulated with high repeatability to train ball control.
The trainer will be free to adjust techniques, to anticipate the ball and to correct the players positioning, teaching them to absorb the techniques.
Furthermore Winshot can be used to simulate effects created by specific players for example with the same effect of left hand players or effects from especially gifted players.

 

GLOBUS DEFENCE FIRST ROW

 

Winshot is supplied with cast wheels allowing an easy movement: it can be moved from back to front of the court with extreme facility.

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4 - TRAINING THE DEFENCE ON 2° ROW ATTACK

With Winshot, second row attacks are simulated with great accuracy recreating real game situation such as:
- defence and counter attack on pipe attack;
- second line attacks from position 1 with specific trajectories.
These attack variants allow the athletes to acquire a better defence strategy according to the characteristics of the opponents.

 

 

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5 - FORWARD SET TRAINING

 

 

 

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