In order to put in a substitute, two players must approach the area in front of the ten foot line, one from the court and one from the bench. The down referee tells the scorekeeper the change and then allows the substitution to be made.
Mini volleyballs are much smaller than regular volleyballs but beginner volleyballs are the same size as regular volleyballs but are lighter
Substitutions are rolling and can be made during a break in play.
They are white so you can find them easily on the fairway.
Depends on where you are. Hot weather is for beach volleyball ... beach volleyballs fun too!!!! But if not gym volleyballs the way to go!!!
That's a pretty vague question. There are numerous rules pertaining to offensive and defensive substitutions, and they vary between the American and National leagues (mainly because of the DH rule). Most of the substitution protocols are covered in rule 3.
volleyballs are found at walmart
with softer material
There is no such thing as a "fast" volleyball.