Your arms in a flat position called a bump or a pass.
It is called a serve receive.
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It is called serve receive.
Serve Receive is a term used when the opposition is serving. To make it a bit easier to understand, turn the word around. Receive Serve. This means you are receiving a serve from the opposing side. When called out on the playing court, it also means get in to position to receive the ball. (Get down low with arms out)
A receiver in volleyball is the person who the ball is sent too. For example, if i serve the ball, the receiver may be any player on the other side of the net.
Number of points earned in serve receive divided by number of serve receive attempts. Basically the percentage of receive attempts that you successfully sideout. Your team's serve receive attempts should be equal to your opponent's serve attempts.
The power players job is to smash the ball, receive serves, and of course serve.
i do not understand your question. but you ca serve the ball out in volleyball.
You receive a serve when the opposing team is serving and when the ball is served over the net, you get the first pass/set of that point.
You aren't allowed to block a serve in volleyball.
The most significant terms in volleyball are spike, serve, footfault, set and bump