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What is a lift in volleyball?

Updated: 9/27/2023
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15y ago

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Okay, there are about 3 fouls in volleyball: # A carry: when you preform a set, but your arms and palms are facing towards the ceiling. # When your body touches the net # When your foot crosses the serving line

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A lift is when you 'hold' the ball and lift it up rather than hitting it. If the ball hits the palm of the hand, most refs will call a lift. Most of the strikes need to be hard and deliberate to ensure they can't call it. Point to the other side.

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12y ago

In volleyball, a lift, or carry, is when a player sets the ball in a way that they catch it before releasing it again. Usually when a ball spins out of a player's hands it indicates they have carried the ball, resulting in the end of a play.

A foot fault is when a player steps under the net. Depending on the organization and rules, sometimes, to be a foot fault, the player must simply step on the line, but sometimes, a player must step all the way over the line. Also, a foot fault is committed when a player steps over the endline before releasing the ball on a serve.

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14y ago

a carry is when you run into the ball and it goes with you as you slow down and a lift is when you just lift up the ball.......

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