No, you are not allowed to attack or block a serve in volleyball. If you did, you would give a point to the other team.
no you are not allowed to touch the net in a game of volleyball. If you do, the ball goes to the other team and they get to serve.
Knee pads are a very good investment for indoor volleyball if you are playing competively...other more obvious things are a volleyball net and ball.
I believe the feet are not allowed, but all other body parts are fair game. <different person> I actually think you can play with all body parts and also the feet :)
No, if you do, then the referee will call the ball and both the ball and the points go to the other team. You can only cross the line after you have served the ball.
If you refer to actually playing volleyball, you certainly won't need the quadratic equation or other advanced math.
6 players are allowed on court per side in a volleyball game. However, you can have up to 6 other substitutions on the bench.
you only get one fault before the other team gets the ball
There is actually a difference between the 2 balls. Outdoor ball pressure is 2.5-3.2psi. Indoor balls are much harder at 4.3-4.6psi. In other words a Beach volleyball is lighter then a indoor volleyball
3 touches to send the ball back to the other team.
No, this would be a point for the other team. Example: you put your leg under the net, or fall and go on the other court.
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