The bump is called the forearm pass.
It is a common mistake the the bump is called the backhand pass in volleyball, it's actually called the FOREARM PASS.
It's called the forearm pass.
False, it's known as the forearm pass.
the forearm pass.
An attack in volleyball is when you are going up to hit a spike off of a set or a bump. This hit can also be known as a kill.
A bump pass is when a player stretches their arms out in front of them and puts their hands together, one hand on top of the other, and thumbs next to each other. When a volleyball is thrown or hit, you use your forearms, just above your wrist, also known as your platform, to pass the volleyball up in the air.
You use a bump after the opposing team hits or serves the ball over. It is also refered to as a dig.
A bump in volleyball is were you but your hands together do your arms are in a v shape and when the volleyball comes over the net you want to hit the volleyball with your forearm if you hit above the elbow you are not hitting it correctly. You also don't want to cross your fingers because if you go to bump the ball and the ball it's your fingers and they are crossed it could break tyour finger(s).
The three types of hits in volleyball are: * Bump * Set * Spike There are also serves (underhand and overhand).
The volleyball bump is "la manchette" (feminine noun, from manche - sleeve) in French.
A bump is an under hand pass using only the flat platform you make with your forearms while playing volleyball.
You should hit it with an underhand pass, otherwise known as a bump.
In volleyball terms, bump is a way of hitting the ball. A bump usually occurs with two interlocked hands from underneath the ball, and generally is used to keep the ball from hitting the ground.
Well there are many terminologies in volleyball. Most are obvious, like serve. Others include "Bump" (also called a "Dig"), "Set", & "Spike" (also know as "Hit" or "Kill")
BUMP, SET, SPIKE!!!