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                   VOLLEYBALL SERVING COMPETITION E-BOOK                 


                               ! NEW !
Volleyball Serving Competition - Rules,   Levels and Guidelines by Juan A. Tovar
 
 25 Stages
 4 levels per stage
 100 Illustrated Levels
 76 Pages
 Video Support through out E-book sections
 Levels from easy to master levels
 
 
 
 
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               Volleyball Serving Competition Association - V.S.C.A.           

 THE “KARINA” VOLLEYBALL

OFFICIAL SEAL OF THE V.S.C.A.

VOLLEYBALL SERVING COMPETITION ASSOCIATION 

DESIGNED BY JUAN A. TOVAR

Copyright © October 2011 by Tovainc07

The Karina seal is used to represent the pride we have when we play the game of volleyball as well as the love we share for the game. This seal has been placed on all awards that pertain to any volleyball serving competion used in this e-book.

All awards contained in this e-book are for your choosing and  do not have to necessarily be used or given out as a result of winning any volleyball serving competition. Use them with pride or create your own.

Thank You

Juan A. Tovar

         Volleyball Serving Competition E-book Contents       

Table of Contents

  • Level Descriptions
  • Stages
  • Types of competitions:
  • Half Time Break
  • Creating your own levels and or competitions
  • Awards
  • Materials list needed for levels 1 – 100
  • Court Areas and Measurements
  • Serving Maps Examples
  • Level Description, Illustrations and Explanations
  • Court Set Up and Competition Process
  • V.S.C.A. BASIC RULES
  • Files That Are Included
  • Excel File – VSC – Score Sheet – Computer automated scoring (for lab top)
  • Excel File – VSC – Status Sheet – Computer entry (for lab top)
  • 100 Illustrated levels
  • STAGE 1 – BEGINNER D (Levels 1 - 4)     TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 22 
  • STAGE 2 – BEGINNER C (Levels 5 - 8)     TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 24
  • STAGE 3 – BEGINNER B (Levels 9 - 12)    TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 24 
  • STAGE 4 – BEGINNER A (Levels 13 - 16)    TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 28
  • STAGE 5 – INTERMEDIATE D (Levels 17 - 20)    TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 25
  • STAGE 6 – INTERMEDIATE C (Levels 21 - 24)     TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 29 
  • STAGE 7 – INTERMEDIATE B (Levels 25 - 28)     TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 42 
  • STAGE 8 – INTERMEDIATE A (Levels 29 - 32)     TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 24
  • STAGE 9 – INTERMEDIATE - ADVANCED D (Levels 33 - 36)    TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 40
  • STAGE 10 – INTERMEDIATE - ADVANCED C (Levels 37 - 40)    TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 42
  • STAGE 11 – INTERMEDIATE - ADVANCED B (Levels 41 - 44)     TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 30
  • STAGE 12 – INTERMEDIATE - ADVANCED A (Levels 45 - 48)     TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 24
  • STAGE 13 – ADVANCED D (Levels 49 - 52)   TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 33
  • STAGE 14 – ADVANCED C (Levels 53 - 56)   TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 46
  • STAGE 15 – ADVANCED B (Levels 57 - 60)    TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 26
  • STAGE 16 – ADVANCED A (Levels 61 - 64)    TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 40
  • STAGE 17 – PRO I (Levels 65 - 68)     TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 42
  • STAGE 18 – PRO II (Levels 69 - 72)      TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 44
  • STAGE 19 – SPECIALIST SERVER I (Levels 73 - 76)      TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 49 
  • STAGE 20 – SPECIALIST SERVER II (Levels 77 - 80)   TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 40
  • STAGE 21 – EXPERT SERVER I (Levels 81 - 84)       TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 40 
  • STAGE 22 – EXPERT SERVER II (Levels 85 - 88)       TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 47
  • STAGE 23 – MASTER SERVER I (Levels 89 - 92)    TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 42
  • STAGE 24 – MASTER SERVER II (Levels 93 - 96)      TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 47 
  • STAGE 25 – MASTER SERVER III (Levels 97 - 100)   TOTAL PTS TO PASS STAGE – 48
  • Overview of mini 100 level - Printable
  • 12 Grid Volleyball Mini Courts - Printable
  • Director check list and responsibilities
  • Director Form - Printable
  • Score Keeper check list and responsibilities
  • Score Keeper Form - Printable
  • Time Keeper check list and responsibilities
  • Time Keeper Form - Printable
  • Financial Clerk check list and responsibilities
  • Financial Clerk Form - Printable
  • Status Keeper check list and responsibilities
  • Status Keeper Form - Printable
  • Line Judges/Level Set Up Helpers check list and responsibilities
  • Line Judges/Level Set Up Helpers Video Help Link
  • Volunteers check list and responsibilities
  • Court Level Measurements Points - Printable
  • Serving Maps with Measurements - Printable
  • Awards (14) – Printable

                        Volleyball Serving Competition                      

 Juan A. Tovar and a brief Volleyball Serving Competition History

 Juan A. Tovar lived in Brownsville Texas all his life. There was an empty lot next to where Juan used to live.  Juan would always put up a net and play jungle volleyball with his neighborhood friends.  One day in the summer of 1985 Juan was drinking water and through his kitchen window he saw two girls from Mexico serving a volleyball.

The two young ladies would visit their grandparents every year about two to three times a year. Juan was amazed at how great they served. He went out and these two girls showed Juan how to serve a volleyball in very unique ways.  At that time Juan believed that this type of serving was done by everyone. Juan decided to create new volleyball serves. A lot of these serves were not good because you couldn’t be consistent with them. Juan started to create a program to keep track of those serve types that could be learned by anyone. Up to now Juan had created over 4 volleyball serving programs only to discard them as useless.

One day in 2009 Juan finally came out with a serving program that could actually be measured. He created over 100 serves but would only use over 31 of them throughout his personal  volleyball team competitions. Juan’s volleyball serving program is called S.E.D.H. Serving Explanation Detailed Helper. This program breaks down 8 elements that will help any server learn and create their own volleyball serves in a measurable way.

At the end of the 1985 summer, Juan challenged those two girls for a volleyball serving competition. The competition would start a feud that will go on for the next five years. In their last competition Juan competed in a competition that would last for almost 2 hours. People passing by started to look at the competition. Three cars actually parked to see it. My family and friends stood there as I performed a sky ball while hitting a target no bigger than a basketball.

Juan finally beat the people who taught him how to serve. Juan became very grateful to them for instilling in him this love to serve and will always respect them for who they were. Juan created many videos on YouTube where he shows and briefly describes over 31 serves with both their measurement values and mechanics of each serve. Juan is continuing his knowledge of volleyball serving and knows how powerful it can be when it is used properly in a volleyball game. Juan is working on his new volleyball serving book called “Mastering Volleyball Serves” to come out later.

 Juan started coaching for a middle school in Houston Texas in 1998.  Juan would entertain all the five classes in the gym before dismissing them to their next class by displaying some remarkable serves. Juan would first serve a volleyball from the free point line and make it into the basketball hoop. Juan would then make a serve from the middle of the basket ball court as well as the three quarter mark of the basketball court and make it in. Even though Juan hit the basketball rim a lot when trying the serve from the full court, Juan never made a serve from there. Juan believed that the height of the ceiling was too low for a ball to travel that distance and come in at an angle necessary to make it in. Today Juan believes that it was just an excuse.

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