Volleyball requires many athletic skills. You must be able to jump high (for blocking), to get low (to pass low balls), run quick (for unexpected balls), and have control of how you pass or hit the ball. Playing volleyball requires a lot of leg muscle and some upper body strength. Also you need a lot of stamina (usually a game is played the best 3 out of five games that go up to 25 points each).
You need to know how to hit it!
Set it spike it and bump it (:
The basic skills of volleyball are passing (bumping), setting, serving, and hitting.
Strength, agility, speed, knowledge of the game, low body fat, and communication skills are important because you need to be able to communicate with your team mates.
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No way man you have to have some pretty awesome skills like myself if you want to play volleyball. Volleyball can get pretty intense.
what is the volleyball lead up game using catching and throwing skills called
Volleyball is a sport you MUST play with your whole team. You need to have communication skills and physical skills as well. It is a VERY fun sport when playing with good teammates and have great communication skills.
Do sprints, agility exercises, core/ab workouts, practicing volleyball skills
yeah volleyball is a blast its my favorite sport to play.
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.
Cecile Reynaud has written: 'Coaching volleyball technical and tactical skills' -- subject(s): Coaching, Training, Volleyball
Basically you: # Pass # Set # Spike To accomplish these skills you must be: athletic, agile, strong
If a person wants to further develop the soft skills and technical skills with volleyball the first thing they should do is practice. For more technical aspects, they can watch videos and study them to learn more.
B=bumping s=setting s=spiking.
spiking/hitting, setting, passing, jumping, and diving.