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Q: What bones are used in a volleyball forearm pass?
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What is a the name of a forearm pass in volleyball?

Bump


Can a foot be used to pass the volleyball?

No, it cannot


The forearm pass should be used when the ball is high or low?

low


What volleyball technique is used to hit the volleyball when the volleyball travels below the waist?

You should pass (bump) the volleyball when it is below your shoulders. You will get the best contact with the volleyball this way.


What is the definition of the volleyball term bump?

Putting hands toghether with your two thums pointing could be used for bumping or serving


Why is the set pass used in volleyball?

It's used to center the ball, so that a teammate may easily redirect it.


What bones do you use when serving underhand in volleyball?

The whole of the skeletal frame is used in the game. The joints in arms legs and back are the most stressed.


What is the bone called that collides with your opponents arm in karate?

The forearm usually used in blocking consists of two bones, the Ulna and the Radius.


How is a pass used you n volleyball?

The pass is usually used to direct the ball to the setter, so that the setter can set the ball to the hitter, and the hitter can spike it on to the opponent's side.


What is a bumb in volley ball?

A bump is when you pass the ball with your forearm, often used to receive a hard serve, or a ball that is too low to pass on above your head, and is one of the basic skills to master in Volleyball. A bump is usually the first pass which goes to the setter for a hitter to hit it over. The precision of the bump is not the best, so to prepare an attack (with a spike) i.e. to "set", an overhand pass i preferred, with the fingertips. To bump, you put your hands together, thumb to thumb, closing one fist on the other to form a "ball". Then the incoming ball is hit from below with a distinct impact, and may gain high velocity. A bump is also called a forearm pass or just a pass, but is sometimes used as well to hit the ball to the opponents' court side, as a weak "attack".


What are the different kinds of passes in volleyball and their function?

Underhand Pass (or simply pass)- used primarily in the backrow for defensive specialists. The goal is to get up to the setter. Overhand Pass (set)- used primarily by the setter. The goal is to set it up for a hitter to hit it.


What major muscles are used in the arm and forearm to draw a bow?

Biceps and forearm muscles are used