Technically there are no rules against this, but the correct way of spiking a volleyball is with an open palm
Yes. Hitting a volleyball with the palm of your hand is called spiking, hitting, or attacking the ball. It is when you do an approach, jump up, and hit the volleyball over the net to the other side of the court.
In an underhand serve, you ball you fist and hit the ball with the palm of you hand while in the fist. You hit it like you are throwing a ball underhand. Good luck!
Two ways to serve are underhand and overhand. To serve underhand, hold the ball in one hand and hit it upward with the other fist or forearm, so the ball flies in a parabola into your opponents' side of the field. To serve overhand, toss the ball above your head and then smack it with your wrist, palm, or fingers to send the ball over the net in a parabola flatter than the underhand serve.
If they touch it twice, it is a double; if they touch it with the palm of their hand and lift it up, it is a lift
The volleyball does not touch your palms when doing a bump, set, pancake, sprawl, or a tomahawk.
The open water off Palm Beach, Queensland, is in fact not a sea. It is the Pacific Ocean.
A "spiker", generally a middle or and outside hitter, receives the set and hits it, palm open, to the other side of the net. Occasionally the "spiker" will be a back row hitter, who can't cross the ten-foot line when hitting. Btw, they aren't called spikers, they're called by their position.
fist, hands, or palm
During a bump or set
hit the volleyball downwards into the other side of the court. do this with the bottom of your palm. if you do it with the flat of your hand it is more than likely to hurt. ;)