A study of improvement in the skills of serve reception through practice in modified volleyball games
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Sports and physical training
This study was designed to investigate the performances of the serve reception in modified volleyball gemes, and to provide information to clarify the coaching program of the serve reception. The subjects were nine varsity female players. The modified volleyball games in which only three players were allowed to play on each side were carried on from August to October 1989, and filmed with VTR. The performances of the serve reception in the games were statistically classified into three grades, that is, Excellent pass, Appropriate pass, and Mistake. The average efficiency of the serve receptions was almost even through the experimental period, ranged from 18 to 25% in Excellent pass, 28 to 32% in Approriate pass, and 43 to 54% in Mistake.
Memoirs of the Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima University. VI, Studies in health and physical education
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