Soft balls may appear to be hard, as do cricket, Golf and baseballs. In actual fact they only feel hard to the touch, but each ball has a certain amount of elasticity. A tennis ball has a lot of elasticity and when stuck by the racket the desire for the ball to return to its original shape is very slow, therefore will only travel a short distance. A Soft ball has even less elasticity allowing it to return to its original shape even faster. Now a much harder ball will return to its original shape much quicker, therefore enabling it to travel a further distance.
All balls are designed to get the most efficiency from them according to their use.
idk they r usually really soft though <----- Not really
Volleyballs need to be medium,because if it's soft,it will not be bouncy enough to hit or bounce. And if they are too hard it will cause exscrusionating pain in your fingers and hands and will make the hand/fingers turn apple red.
The reason they call them softballs is because they have a soft core not because they are supposed to be soft on the outside.
A volleyball is made the way it is so it will stay up in the air longer than other types of balls. The design is meant to be aerodynamic.
softballs are just as hard as baseballs. the name is quite confusing, but there is nothing soft about fastpitch softball
All sports are challenging. If they are not, you are doing something wrong. In volleyball, you have to watch the ball always.
Ball is hard on outside,but the core is soft,not allowing it to travel as far and fast as a baseball,hence the name Softball.
Softballs are white or black.
so you will not get hurt
durahide softballs are usually/ should be less expensive and are often used in games for this reason. leather softballs are a lot better for pitching.
they are not green they are yellow . and its so you can see the ball better
Softballs are made in all countries of the world.
it is easier to see and hit the softball
Because you hit the ball so much in the same time
dont bounce it off cement or other hard rough surfaces and keep them out of the rain or wet areas.
Softballs - 2012 is rated/received certificates of: Canada:14A (Ontario)