Hi everyone this is Ean. Tip of the day: the tossing motion on the serve. So…. a lot of problems with the tossing motion begin with people doing all kinds of things with their arm. So the arm getting loose, very wristy on the toss. So what I suggest you do is take one of these foam rollers or whatever you can slide your hand in. You can even use of a milk carton cut open the milk carton and slide your arm in and you will see this this now we’ll keep my elbow and my wrist exactly where it needs to be. So if i take a ball now it is going to create the perfect tossing action. You can see my arm is perfectly straight and it even eliminates this action. So many people use their wrist when they toss but this keeps everything here in one unit. You can see now because of this foam roller I have here, you can see my arm stays perfectly straight and the motion is coming out of my shoulder. The other thing is you see how I release… I don’t release early! It forces me to release more near to eye level! Hey this is Florian and I want to quickly show you these important toss fundamentals in slow motion. So the arm should be straight and we want to lift the entire arm from the shoulder as you can see right here. Now we release the ball at around eye level which is also very important and a lot of players get that wrong and then we can hit our serve.