While running up & down the court, your heart is working close its potential as an athlete. You are going through an aeoobic excercise. When you can no longer breathe, you need oxygen & have just become anaerobic. However, you quickly recover and are able to get back on the floor.
I would say Volleyball is predominantly an aerobic sport, however, it is a tricky one. It should be catagorized as interval training, which is aerobic. The rallies (or whatever you call them) don't necessarily last for relatively long periods of time, however a game consists of numerous episodes of these rallies, hence I would classify it as aerobic =D
It is aerobic because you need to transport oxygen in and out of your body to improve the efficiency of the game.
Aerobic: Swimming, soccer, tennis, skiing, basketball, volleyball, and bicycling are examples of aerobic sports. Walking, jogging, and dancing. Anaerobic: Football, Basketball, Rugby, Hockey and Soccer
Humans are both aerobic and anaerobic.
Anaerobic is the opposite of Aerobic. Aerobic means 'with oxygen' whilst Anaerobic means 'without oxygen'
its both anaerobic and aerobic( depends on the type)
Aerobic and Anaerobic Aerobic and Anaerobic Aerobic and Anaerobic
Psychologically basketball requires energy from the aerobic and anaerobic energy systems. This combination of energy requirements is often refered to as an intergration of energy systems on a continuum over time.