its called a tip
If you mean how do players substitutes in volleyball, they do a motion with their arms/hands, then the down ref will let them go after they have touched hands. If you mean how many substitutes are there, there are twelve subs per a set in a volleyball match.
in volleyball you use your hands, and in soccer you use your feet, with the exception of the goalie. Also in volleyball, you play on a smaller court, with 6-8 players, in soccer you can have i believe up to 12 or 14 players on the field.
hands signal in volleyball
no that is false
takes too long to put your hands together, no time to react.
im a setter for our school volleyball team. you hold ur hands directly above ur forehead. bend your arms. and you form a triangle with ur thumbs and pointer fingers. slightly bend your fingers.
Beach volleyball takes more strength and is harder because of the lack of players. There is no taken the ball with your hands on serve receive and sets must have little or no spin. Unlike indoor there are two players not 6 so it is more demanding then indoor.
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.
That player is called the "libero". They are a defensive player, and there are some limitations on what they are allowed to do: -they are not allowed to serve -they may no attack the ball (spiking the ball if it's above the plane of the net) -they may not come within 3m of the net (there's a line there called the "attack line") and use their hands to set an attacker. They are allowed to come in for any player though. Volleyball substitutes can normally go in/out for one player.