There are a number of different kinds of equipment used in playing volleyball. You need a net, a ball, players, and usually some sort of protective gear for the wrists and knees.
It is when the ball is hit of your forearms, it is usually the first move used in volleyball.
The size of a regulation volleyball depends on if it is used for indoor or beach volleyball. An indoor ball has the radius of about 21 centimeters, and a beach ball has a radius of about 21.7 centimeter.
I don't think they played volleyball before the actual volleyball came out
Volleyball originated in Massachusetts in 1895 when the director of a local YMCA used the bladder of a basketball for a ball and a tenis net as the first volleyball net. The game was regulated by the YMCA until 1928 when the United States Volleyball Association was founded.
In volleyball math is used when you hit the ball. You use angles and force to hit the ball in a downward motion causing you to hit the ball or otherwise spike the ball.
well just for playing volleyball really
to pop the ball
a ball, net, and a court
I believe it's called setting the ball
No, it is a noun, either for the game or the ball used in it. It can be a noun adjunct in terms such as volleyball team and volleyball court.
A standard size volleyball weighs anywhere from .26 to .28 kilograms, depending on the manufacturer or style (beach or indoor volleyball). In most cases, volleyballs weigh about the same (unless a modified ball, like a children's volleyball, is used).
Click on the 'Volleyballs' link on this page to read about what is used to make a volleyball. There are links on the linked page to read about the construction of the ball and other aspects of a volleyball.
In volleyball terms, bump is a way of hitting the ball. A bump usually occurs with two interlocked hands from underneath the ball, and generally is used to keep the ball from hitting the ground.
A ball can be a toy.
The net, ball, players and their kneepads.
A dig pass is used in volleyball: when you get low for the ball and you try to hit the ball to a setter!
That depends upn the playing surface. In beach volleyball, you don't get any bouncing because sand absorbs the energy of the ball's impact. But on a hard surface, yes, volleyballs bounce. Volleyballs have to bounce in order for them to be used in volleyball. What would happen if a volleyball didn't bounce on a forearm pass? Think about it.
A block is what is used to stop a spiked ball
All body parts are allowed to be used in Volleyball, As long as the ball travels over the net, it is a legal touch.
forces are used in volleyball when you are bending your knees to bump the ball, when you are setting the ball to a hitter(wings), when you are serving under hand, and serving over hand (spiking). There are forces in every sport in EVERTHING! Otherwise the world would be still!
It should be your hands and forearms but technically any part that the ball bounces off of is okay and the legs are used also to get the ball
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