The purpose of setting the ball in volleyball is to set an outside or middle hitter for a spike. The three-step volley ball offense is bump, set spike.
Setting in volleyball is when a player hits the ball over the net in a forward pass motion. The ball is hit off the finger tips and not spiked with the fist.
I believe it's called setting the ball
setting the ball up for the spiker with your finger tips.
A volleyball player's wrist snaps forward after setting a ball.
Setting is a movement in volleyball to get the ball over the net. To set a player has to raise both hands above there head and push there hands forwards, which pushes the ball over. Setting is normally used by one of the players in the front row of the team.
Some volleyball movements are passing(moving your arms upto touch ball), hitting( forcefully hitting ball with hand to put it sown on the other side of the net, and setting(pushing the ball upward with your fingertips) these are all esential for volleyball.
Holding is a football term, not volleyball. The volleyball equivalent of a holding is a lift, which is when you lift the ball up or push it away instead of bumping, setting, blocking, or attacking.
when serving the ball is hit with your hand when setting he ball you use your finger tips when bumping the ball you use your forearm and when spiking the ball you use your hand
Bumping. Setting. And spiking. #Fowler out.
If a volleyball hits the line in volleyball, the ball is considered to be in (any part of the ball).