A roof is a term where you block your opponent's spike and the ball hits the floor immediately
Roof is usually a cheer yelled by a team when they successfully block the opposing team.
You mean the ball, the volleyball? To play volleyball of course!
In volleyball, attack means to hit, or spike the ball.
In volleyball to "kill" the ball means to spike it.
I think you mean spike the volleyball, and yes you can
In the rotation of volleyball, domino five is when the setter is pushing up the middle.
You hit the net while making a play on the volleyball.
to move over
Well William Morgan invented volleyball so it has something to do with his last name.
Co-ed volleyball is when both guys and girls play on the same team.
in the USA da? not to be mean
It's WING SPIKER ^_^
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I believe you mean thatched roof. It is a green roof made of materials at hand, i.e. reeds, bamboo, leaves
You can get hurt in both but indoor volleyball should be in wood, i mean, the floor, so if you fall you will hurt more than in the grass or sand.
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.
I am assuming that you mean the red and white pole attached to the net, and if the volleyball touches that during the game, the other team would get the point and the ball
It is kinda bad to bounce a volleyball. What I mean by that is you shouldn't do it all the time but you can bounce it once in a while.
The linesmen are officials in Volleyball games. They stay on the edge on the court and assist the 1st referee on in/out calls.