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.
the bump pass in volley ball is when your arms are put together and pushed up to get the ball over the net.
It is a common mistake the the bump is called the backhand pass in volleyball, it's actually called the FOREARM PASS.
It is when you bump the ball over the net and it hit's the ground and generates a point
It's called the forearm pass.
The bump is called the forearm pass.
No, 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.
bump pass, set pass, set, serve, hit, backset
The volleyball bump is "la manchette" (feminine noun, from manche - sleeve) in French.
You should hit it with an underhand pass, otherwise known as a bump.