No, you are not allowed to attack or block a serve in volleyball. If you did, you would give a point to the other team.
Yes, blocks are allowed but not on a serve.
serve, pass, set, attack, block and dig
serve, pass, set, hit, block
Yes you should be able to, because most servers in the J.V level go right over the net. We the volleyball players off the world should be able to block a serve
No. The serve should be returned by three different plays - that would be a dig (usually from the back row), then a set (by the setter), then the hit. A serve cannot be blocked. Once the serve is returned then the blocking may begin.
In indoor volleyball, no person can double hit the volleyball unless the middle (blocker) hit the ball after a block.
pass hit block spike set dig jump serve underhand serve
Yes, the libero can set. However the libero may not block, attempt to block, or serve.
Every position in volleyball does serve. ---- All players rotate a clockwise direction therefore every player will ultimately have to serve
A kill, a serve, a free ball, a push, a block, and a tip.
If you mean like the skills used in volleyball, there are 5 main ones. Serve, set, spike, dig and block. I hope this helped. :)
Your pass, serve, set, attack, and block.
After the referee blows the whistle for a player to serve, the server has 5 seconds to start his/her serve. That person continues to serve until the other team gets a point.
block, set (volley), bump(pass), serve (underhand and/or overhand),and spike
A block in volleyball is when you jump up straight with you hands straight and you block a spike.
i do not understand your question. but you ca serve the ball out in volleyball.
servir un voleibol is how you say Serve a volleyball :)
yes a player can block the ball from coming over the net (after you have done 1 rally) but you can not block the ball from coming over the net when your opponent has just served the ball.
yes... and only after the serve is finished!