You may use any part of your body in volleyball, except when your serving. And remember: NO CARRYING!
yes you can use your feet on indoor volleyball
yes, you can hit the ball with any part of your body as long as your not holding it then throwing it or lifiting it up with your hands
Yes, you can. FIVB rule 9.2.1 states that the ball may touch any part of the body
Not to mention I'm watching the National Semi Finals and they (UCSB) just attempted a kick save
Yes, it is leagal.
dodge ball...basket ball...foot ball....golf...cricket...volley ball...tennis...ping pong...do i have to go on?
Foot ball. Volley Ball Etc.
Not necessarily; you can bounce the ball off your foot, as long as your foot is on the ground, and it'll still be in play. If you kick it, though, it's a foul.
cricket , volley ball , basket ball , kabaddi , kho kho , foot ball , running race , etc
You just wait for the ball to almost bounce then while it is falling just strike it with the top of you foot.
Yes, as long as his or her foot is planted on the ground and does not move. There must be no "kicking" motion as it makes contact with the ball.
foot ball (ok, so that's just 'foot'... but it's close enough) weekend volley ball (same as football) internet mcdonalds (macdo, but still close)
A football player would head the ball, if the ball is too high to kick with a foot.
Foot ball player
Landing foot? Or grounded foot.