You have two options either 1. "SET" it if you are the setter or 2. "SPIKE" it if you are a spiker !!!!
If it is above your shoulders then you should set it up in the air so someone from your team can spike it over the net
you jump up and spike it
Set the ball.
Underhand is where your hit the ball by reaching forward underneath it. Overhand is where you hit the ball above your head. Which one you use would have to depend on where you are relative to the ball. If it is above your head, you will have to use overhand (maybe you will have to jump), while if the ball is going to hit the ground in front of you, you will have to use the underhand hit (and you may have to dive for it).
overhand serve is when you throw the volleyball directly in front of you then lift your arm up hit the center of the ball with as much force as possible
You set a vollyball when it is above your head.
yes but it would be easier to use your hands
you through the ball up and hit it with the palm of your hand
yes of course the ball is kind of soft so it wont hurt if you get hit in the head
You can hold the ball above your head at any time in the match with both hands.
It is a kind of service seldomly used in volleyball. It is similar to side serve but the difference is the ball contact is over the head.
Not much has changed in the past years but except the in Middle School volleyball, you can use your feet to pop up the ball if nessesary but you MAY NOT use your head at all.
I dont suggest using any other part of your body , but you can . You can use anything above the waist to hit a ball , but the problem is control . Are you able to control the ball from where you hit it ? this is why if a ball hits your arms and then hits you in the face you lose the point because it a double hit , as you are allowed to use your head in volleyball .
There is the over-hand serve and the under-handserve. The over-hand is when you hit the volleyball with your palm or fist over your head. The under-hand is when you hit the volleyball with your palm or fist under your head. The point of both of the serves are to get the ball over the net and in between the out lines.