A block is what is used to stop a spiked ball
Volleyball was invented in 1895.
There is actually a difference between the 2 balls. Outdoor ball pressure is 2.5-3.2psi. Indoor balls are much harder at 4.3-4.6psi. In other words a Beach volleyball is lighter then a indoor volleyball
The word digging in volleyball stands for when you are going down and hit the floor with your kneepads and hit the floor and bump the ball!!! Also most people call the person out in the "left back" they are called diggers which they dig the balls they get on there knees and hit it!!**A "dig" is when a ball is spiked from the opposing side, and a player "dives" to get or pass up the ball, and is successful.
This move is used chiefly as a defensive position to stop spiked balls. As with spiking timing is important in blocking. A player must anticipate an opponent's spike and position him or herself accordingly. The blocker's arms should be extended upward with fingers spread wide apart. This allows the ball to bonce off the heels of the blocker's hands and land on the opposite side of the net. This is the only move in volleyball that allows the player's hands to go over the top of the net.
Well, if you are just playing regular volleyball, but outside, the the ball isn't different. But if you are playing beach volleyball, they are made out of a different material.
NO!!!!!!!!!!!! your platform is uneven.
They're not except that they both use balls.
they both got balls