It depends on what type or level you're playing. I played in highschool, and although there's not a lot of running during the games, you definitely have to be in good physical shape just like any other sport. Even though there's really no sprinting or distance running, it requires a lot of endurance because the volleys can last really long, especially if the game is competitive. But the hardest part of volleyball is probably the mental strength that is required, making a decision instantly that can possibly cause a win or loss for your team. It also demands good teamwork and chemistry or else you cannot win any points. Overall, I'd say that the physical aspect of it may be a little more laid-back than other sports but the mental strength is essential.
Volleyball is a sport.
Yes volleyball can be a winter sport if you play it indoors.
volleyball became an international sport in 1949.
Yes, they have indoor volleyball and beach volleyball. Indoor volleyball has been a medal sport in the Summer Olympics since 1964. Beach volleyball debuted as a demonstration sport at the 1992 Games and became a medal sport in 1996.
it is not a sport
Volleyball its definitely not baseball or basketball$
No. Volleyball is a popular sport requiring special skills, but it is not an 'alternative' sport. "Alternative sports" are those classified as extreme or adventure sports, and volleyball does not fit into this category.
beacuse it is part of volleyball
A racquet is not used for volleyball.