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The answer will depend on whether you meanwhat percentage of people in Canada play volleyball, orwhat percentage of people in the world play volleyball in Canada as opposed to elsewhere.
volleyball clinics are like practices and they review everything serving, passing, hitting, blockingg
Passing, Setting, and Spiking/Hitting.
I think you mean "passing"? Passing is the same as 'bumping', usually from the back row, with your forearms.
Passing, or setting
around a 300 is considered pretty good. under 200 is shady and over 380 is really good. but it DOES depend on the age group
Bumping a volleyball is the action of passing the ball to a specific spot the court by using your arms as a platform and your legs to give you power.
Forearms or hands and fingers if overhead passing.
The percentage is unknown. However, at our school 73% of female teens play volleyball.
Serve (there are many, many different kinds of serves), forearm pass (the pass that most back row, or defensive, players use), set (the pass that the setter usually gives to a player to hit), and attack (most commonly done by the front row, or offensive, players use), communicate on the court, and play as a team rather than individuals functioning separately. There you have it, volleyball in a nutshell.