The difference between an overhead serve and a spike is that there is an approch to the spike and serving you can drop the ball one time if it was a badly done toss, however that isn't all, please talk to a volleyball coach about this if you are interested in what all the differences are.
When the referee calls "serve out" it means that the serve landed outside of the volleyball court and is therefore out of play. When this happens, the team opposite the server's gets a point and gets to serve ball.
when you throw it
i do not understand your question. but you ca serve the ball out in volleyball.
side out in volleyball means time to take rest. a team can take 3 side outs per set. the time of a side out will be approximately 30 sec...
You aren't allowed to block a serve in volleyball.
To "sideout" means to hit it out of bounds on a serve.
servir un voleibol is how you say Serve a volleyball :)
if ur 14 and under then you have 5 seconds to serve the volleyball
An attack in Volleyball is an overhead hit, such as a hit by an Outside or a back row attack.
Set, bump, overhead, spike, serve, pass, block, dig. Check out the related links to find out information on the different passes.