you should do a barrel role in the opposite way the person is coming
you slide on your knee pads
In volleyball anyone can dig, usually those who dig are passers or severs, not setters. So if you back-row or running a 6-2 passers dig the ball
It's called a dig.
it's called a dig.
A dig is when you dive down onto the floor to get the volleyball.
A dig is playing a ball from the oposing teams spike in a way that it is playable for a second touch.
There is no dig in netball. But there is a dig in Volleyball
Someone has to 'dig' from a ball when it is almost to drop on the floor. What you do is, you dive towards the ball with your arm stretched out and try to get underneath the ball. Then flatten out your hand and lay it on the floor; the ball will fall on top and will jump back up and play can continue.
dig -- A player passes the ball which has been attacked by the opposition.
Better explained, is when you have to get low for the ball , and you go on your knees , that's why you have knee pads . Then you pass , to a setter !
In the game of volleyball, the act of digging describes a pass of a hard-driven ball from the other team. In other words, digging is the act of stopping the ball from hitting your side of the court after the opposing team has either spiked or served it to your team. Digging is a prolific term of volleyball jargon in both the indoor and beach volleyball communities. Additionally, the term has gained some entry into the international lexicon through video games that use the term in their title. Digging is an essential volleyball skill that volleyball professionals such as Eric Fonoimoana, Stein Metzger, Sara Shimt, and Anthony Medel all employ in their technique repertoire.