it mostly depends on what you mean by free. Cause when you get under the ball without touching the ground and the ball is low were you get down. That is a dig as what my coach told me. I'm not familiar with the term free. I think you've explained the dig properly. The announcers at the Olympics are calling anything returned a dig. I started playing beach volleyball in Hermosa in 1955. At that time it was a get of a spike low in front of you. From the feeling of digging it out of the sand without the ball touching the sand first. The stu's all played in bikinis then too. It's always been part of beach volleyball, I guess.
girls wear bikinis in front of guys because they want to get noticed by boys. they also want to show their butts
Playing with four people is not regulation volleyball so you can really set it up however you want.
so you can play from different bases. the back row players can play front row and hit.
4 2 volleyball is when there are 4 hitters (2 outside and 2 middle hitters) and 2 setters playing on the court . The setter is in the front row, and then the extra setter is in the back row.
There are six positions on a volleyball team: Front left, front middle, front right (setter), Back left, back middle, back right.
When playing volleyball the postiton you are most likely to tear your ACL would be any position in the front So that would be middle front, Left front, or right front. due to having to transition off the net. which you could tear or twist the mucsle the wrong way. And when you block you could very much land wrong.
the person in front of you
To the right of the front row players.
A volleyball hitter is usually positioned in the front row of the rotation. Also, possibly known as the blocker when playing defense the hitter's job is to jump in front of the opposing team's spike or tip to try and stop it from coming over onto their side of the court. When playing offense the hitter's job is to spike the ball to the other side of the court after it has been set up by the setter.
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