A volleyball does not have any flexibility at all.
Interval, flexibility and resistance
The more flexibility you have, the smaller the chance you have of pulling a muscle. You can do any kind of move in volleyball, so your body has to be prepared for any kind of move, or you could get injured.
The better your torque is the better contact you make with the ball when you overhand serve.
Agility, Quick thinking, Flexibility, Strength, and Teamwork, i'd say.
Cardiorespiratory, Flexibility, Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, and Body fat reduction
Spandex is an exceptionally elastic material and therefore is ideal for volleyball. The reasons for this are becuase you need to be able to move quickly in volleyball and need a lot of flexibility which other materials don't offer.
Just like in every sport, volleyball requires all five levels of fitness. These levels are Cardio, Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, Flexibility, and Body Composition (your body's fat stores in relationship to muscle). Most volleyball players rely mainly on the first three, though.
Power from both the legs and shoulders/arms. Agility is very important. Flexibility is also useful in order to dive for the ball if need be.
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Yes, there is volleyball at the Olympics but it is only beach volleyball.