Total Attack Volleyball Pitching Machine


Unique Volleyball Machine Features

Precise Repetition Training: This three-wheeled Total Attack volleyball machine was designed under the direction of top international and collegiate coaches to provide sidespin and increased power to match the highest level of play. It will deliver thousands of reps in daily practice of serve receiving, digging and spiking. With three extra-wide throwing wheels, accuracy and repeatability are assured in every drill, eliminating time wasting errant hits.

Serving: Speeds range up to 90 MPH providing power equal to the best of jump serves. Delivering breaking sidespin serves at exclusive professional speeds as well as top spins and floaters make this machine unmatched for top-level serve receive repetition. Because of the three-wheel design, this unit makes change of spin and speed quickly with a turn of dials, minimizing receiver anticipation. This machine can be easily rolled along the serving baseline, changing the angle of serves and provides the highest serve release point of any machine.

Spiking: The Total Attack delivers the ball at realistic angles from over the net at top speeds to make actual game conditions a part of every digging drill.

Setting: Providing rapid reps at varying intervals, the Total Attack will meet the requirements of all setting drills. Accurate and consistent soft sets with no spin are provided at any angle and height. This machine can be set to release the ball from a realistic setting height, not from floor level like some competitive units. The locating pins on the shaft will allow you to instantly position the throwing head down to the setting position.

Ball wear is extremely limited due to the three 4″ wide, soft white polyurethane ball gripping surfaces and the contoured shape of the ball throwing wheels that uniformly distribute the contact forces, eliminating the high wear contact points. With three wheel surfaces, ball wear is further reduced from any other wheel machine on the market.

Horizontal throwing head movement allows the coach to point ball delivery in any direction, working straight on, in the seams or to an individual’s weak side to really extend any player’s range. The three-wheel design changes the ball delivery plane by simply adjusting wheel speed dials.

Vertical movement coupled with the horizontal movement, means the coach can instantly throw the ball to any point on the court, creating game situations & challenging the players to perform in progressively more difficult circumstances.

Portability: The extra-large rolling wheels provide effortless, safe machine mobility to any location on the court and the extra-wide base provides stability to accommodate power and breaking serves.

Storage: The Total Attack will fit through any standard 3′ door for safe storage. The throwing head can also be removed, allowing storage of the frame in the open gym. A machine cover is available separately and is used to protect and secure the machine during storage.

The Total Attack can be safely operated by any assistant coach, player, student or parent. This frees the coach to be by the receiving players to teach proper mechanics effectively. No more yelling across the court. It also allows the coach to improve the quality of standard drills and to create new machine drills for every phase of the game.


Exceptional Training Machine Quality

The Total Attack platform has a 16-gauge diamond plate, non-slip surface for sure-footing and safety during use.

The frame of the Total Attack is powder-coated, rust-resistant steel tubing for extreme durability.

The extra-wide base of the Total Attack machine assures real stability. As the throwing head is raised, it moves towards center of gravity, further insuring stability.

Three powerful variable speed motors directly drive indestructible 4″ wide ball throwing wheels. Rapid recovery provides rapid repetition, no waiting for air-powered launch system to recover.

Price: $4,399


Release Point Range 6′ 3″ to 9′ 6″ 6′ to 9′ 3″ 5′ 6″ to 8′ 6″ 5′ 3″
New Serving
90+ MPH 80+ MPH 70 MPH 40 MPH
Spiking Over Men’s and Women’s net Over men’s and women’s net Over women’s net From same side of net
Setting Yes Yes Yes Yes
Spin All serves (including breaking sidespin serves), spikes and sets Top spins to floaters Top spins to floaters Top spins to floaters
Location Control Instant Instant Instant Instant
Portability Fits through standard doorway and into any standard size SUV or pickup Fits through standard doorway & into any standard size SUV or pickup Fits through standard doorway & into any standard size SUV or pickup Breaks down to fit in the trunk of any size car
110V and 220/240V
also available
110V and 220/240V
also available
110V and 220/240V
also available
110V and 220/240V
also available
New Throwing Wheel Size 10″ diameter, 4″ wide 10″ diameter, 4″ wide 10″ diameter, 4″ wide 6.5″ diameter, 1.5″ wide
Dimensions 36″ W at widest point but configured to easily fit through a 3′ door. 86″-127″ tall (depending on head position) 53″ deep with or without throwing head 24″ wide x 83″-124″ tall (depending on head position) 50″ deep (45″ w/o throwing head) 24″ wide x 79″-112″ tall (depending on head position) 47″ deep
(42″ w/o throwing head)
36″ wide x 72″ tall 40″ deep
37.5″ 36″ 24″ n/a

Advantage of Wheels

Throwing head pivots easily delivering ball to any location on the court. Spin, speed and tempo can be adjusted instantly between throws. More difficult to place ball, must move the entire machine to introduce variation. Air propelled arm will not impart a spin on ball.
Realistic – elevates from 5′ to well above men’s net, over 9′ 3″. Pivots up to only 6′ (well below both men’s and women’s net height).
Speed Sets to 80 MPH jump serves & everything in between. (Higher release point enables top speeds as ball trajectory does not have to arc to clear net height.) Sets, tosses and claims “hard” spikes and serves, but no actual speed is stated. (Lower release point requires ball to arc in order to clear net height.)
Durability Few moving parts, heavy duty welded powder-coated steel frame. Complicated air pressure system installed in metal frame encapsulated in a plastic shell.
Feeding and Tempo Coach can control tempo by feeding continuously or delays. No recovery time is ever needed. The speed, angle and spin are instantly controlled by the coach with each serve, set or spike. Air-propelled machine can be set to toss up to 1100 balls per hour (one ball every 3.28 seconds). However, recovery time is necessary after rapid fire of 8 –10 balls.
Ball Use and Wear New design includes specialized throwing wheels that are shaped to grip the ball with even pressure across a wide 4″ span to increase velocity and minimize ball wear. No specific ball required.
Digging With the Attack & Attack II the ball is released from above the net, a true downward trajectory at high speeds, providing unmatched spike simulation with realistic reaction time for the ultimate digging drills. Not capable of delivering a true spike over a regulation net. Spike drill must be performed from same side of net, below net height, severely limiting ball travel distance & player’s reaction time.
Serving Up to jump serve speeds and release point. Breaking top spins and floaters. No spin limits serve to a simple floater. Low release point requires an arc to clear net & slower speeds to keep in court.
Visibility Can see the ball from feed to delivery, providing a true sense of timing. True visual timing has to be based on ball movement. Player’s timing must be based on a small light seen from across the court and an unrealistic “buzzer.”