depends on if your a girl or a boy and how muscular you are. I've been trying to find a max height for a while. I'm a 5'3'' volleyball player(girls) and can jump 21" with my approach
get under the ball and spike it up to the setter. you dont have to be able to jump high =)
your legs because you have to jump high enough
tall (but you dont have to be), able to jump high, know how to set
I think that would be Yumilka Ruiz.
In professional baseball, yes. In some high school and college rules, no. Local/state high school associations make some special rules that are different than those used in professional baseball.
The approach in volleyball is the process in which a hitter prepares themmselves to jump up and hit the ball.
Well, the obvious one is that you have to get it over the net and that it has to stay inside the two red bars that mark in-bounds, you must not step over the line until the ball is successfully out of your reach and in highschool or professional volleyball you have to jump when hitting it, middle school volleyball you may jump but it is not necessary. That's all I know, if they are incorrect for some reason feel free to question it.
A vertical jump is when you jump straight up in the air
To spike a volleyball is to jump and hit it over the net
Why yes! of course I'm 6'0 but if you can jump and or hit high you will do fine!
They have to be behind the serving line, but they can jump past this line when serving.
You can hit i volleyball by bumping it, serving it, spiking it, jump serving, roll shot, roll serve, and jump roll
yes you can
Height, Strength, being able to jump are all advantages of volleyball
A block in volleyball is when you jump up straight with you hands straight and you block a spike.
You can do squats which will help you with squatting down and hitting the ball. Jump squats will be even better if you have to jump in your position in volleyball.
You jump high enough to clear the net and hit the ball in a downward tragectory towards the floor on the opponent's side of the net.
ummm a spike?......
to spike a volleyball you swing your arms behind your back and when you jump you reach for the ball, spiking it with your wrist.
Either volleyball or track. Volleyball is mostly based on your speed, agility, and how high you can jump, which all requires intense leg work outs. And for track, in almost all events, legs are critical. Especially if you're a jumper.