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forearms like 3 or 4 inches after the wrist

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Q: When bumping in volleyball you should use your wrist or your fist?
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What is bump in volleyball?

a bump is where you hit the volleyball with your arms by making a fist with one hand and wrapping your other hand around the fist tightly. then you swing your arms up (no higher than your shoulders) so the ball hits and bounces off. the ball should hit about 2-3 inches above your wrist. if you bump off a serve, you typically dont need to swing your arms, it should just bounce off.


Are you allowed to serve with a fist in seventh grade volleyball?

No, you are not allowed to serve with a fist in any level of volleyball.


What rhymas with wrist?

fist, listed,


Who was the fist to discover the volleyball and the dateof which the volleyball was discovered?

william g. morgan


Where was the fist volleyball made?

United state


What rhymes with sunkist?

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What rhymes with midst?

cyst kissed fist wrist twist


When you are setting the ball do you slap the ball with you fist?

no you hut it with your wrist


How do boxers treat a sprained fist?

the elastic keeps the wrist in place


Are you allowed to hit a spike with your fist in volleyball?

Technically there are no rules against this, but the correct way of spiking a volleyball is with an open palm


In volleybal what does bump mean?

When you bump a volleyball, you have your arms together with one hand in a fist and the other wrapped around. When the ball comes to you, you simplylean into it with your legs and let it hit the area between the inside of your elbow and your wrist.


What does bumping mean in 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.