You can't hit the ball twice by yourself in beach nor indoor volleyball. You can hit it once have another person bump or set and then hit it again though
In nearly all volleyball layouts, one team is allowed to hit the volleyball 3 times. 4+ hits are considered illegal.
You hit the ball to the other side of the net and make it hit the ground
Retired beach volleyball player Lewis O'Rear of Cantonment, Florida was clocked at 88 mph on Pensacola Beach at a Jose Cuervo Beach Volleyball Tournament on July 18, 1998. He now teaches middle school in Cantonment, Florida.
a volley is when 2 teams hit the ball back and forth for awhile
A dig is when you dive to get the ball and most of the time in beach volleyball, you extend one arm and hit it with just that one arm. I started playing beach volleyball in Hermosa Beach in'55. The dig came from the feeling of digging it out of the beach without allowing the ball (spike) to hit the sand first. Never heard of it being with one hand. The announcers at the olympics call any shot returned a dig. Even high shots. They're just clueless appointees of NBC executives But that's redundant isn't it? Probably have never played volleyball.
in beach voleyball yes but in indoor no Just saw a foot dig in the London Olympics in the men's volleyball (USA vs. Russia). Totally legal indoors!
It's related to Volleyball because if you hit the volleyball you hit it at a certain angle which relates to geometry.
In indoor volleyball, no person can double hit the volleyball unless the middle (blocker) hit the ball after a block.
Im pretty sure it's legal as long as you don't touch the net.