Well many people would just like to kick straight on, but if you had to chose a angle you would probably be best shooting from the left. People have more room, more shooting space, and could maybe bend the ball, but that is just my opinion :)
It depends what you want to do, if you want to bend it to the left or right or just a straight power shot with no curve. But you defintiely have to kick it your your angle to bend to your side. and to bend to the oppsite you have to kick the ball on the left side but straight
it all depends-you would want to hit it to an open spot or weak player. if you are an outside hitter you most likely want to hit the ball down the line or cross court. if you are a middle hitter then either corner. weak side hitter down the line or cross court.
for serving, always remember to throw just to the height your hand can reach, not higher, not lower, step forward with the opposite foot, and hit the ball with the palm of your hand.
at a 90 degree angle. line your arms up with your belly button
Hit it with your head.
An attack is also called a spike or hit. It involves hitting the ball at a downward angle after approaching the net.
A spike is a fast offensive hit to a specific spot in volleyball.
when ever the volleyball happens to hit the floor it will count against u
unlimited hit you can hit it on your side as many times as needed. in normal volleyball you can only hit it 3 times and it needs to go over. usually a bump, set and a spike.
YOu can spike in volleyball when you hit the ball down on the opposite team.
physics, and geometry. the way the ball spins when you hit it. how much bounce the ball gets. that kind of stuff. physics, and geometry. the way the ball spins when you hit it. how much bounce the ball gets. that kind of stuff.
Even if the ball is coming straight from the net, just angle yourself toward the setter and pass. Think of it as making your arms and shoulders pointing toward where the ball is going to go, not where it's coming from.
pass set hit