The skill of passing involves fundamentally two specific techniques:The underarm pass, or bump, where the ball touches the inside part of the joined forearms or platform, at waist lineThe overhand pass, where it is handled with the fingertips, like a set, above the head.Either are acceptable in professional and beach volleyball, however there are much tighter regulations on the overhand pass in beach volleyball.
The body part is the hand cuz how do you know it!
In professional volleyball, you get one. High school competitive rules were changed to allow "tosses" that are clearly not intended as part of a serve (subject to time allowance).
throw it up over your head with you left hand then hit it with the bottom part of your right hand and point up with your hand when you hit it
If its is an overhand pull up then its is the upper back muscles and the forearms. If it is an under hand pull up then it is mainly the biceps.
Volleyball is a noun.
beacuse it is part of volleyball
If a volleyball hits the line in volleyball, the ball is considered to be in (any part of the ball).
no part of your body can touch the volleyball net
To hit/pass a volleyball all you do are these simple steps if your left handed then these are going to be opposite... 1. Put your right hand into a fist. 2. Then wrap your left hand around you right and make sure that you thumbs are touching. 3. You do not hit the volleyball with your wrists although that is what most people think you need for the flat inside part of your arms to be flat and as close together as you can get them. That the part of your arm that you hit the volleyball with. 4. Then all you do is just simply pass! Hope this helps!
The platform. Well that's what most people call it. If you turn your hand to face you, it's the Part right below your wrist.
A serve error is when the ball fails to land in the 30x30 courton the opposite team's side. If the ball touches any part of the body of a player on the opposite side and goes out, it is considered good. I hope this helps(: