Legs should be shoulder-width apart, bend your knees and slightly lean forward, putting your weight on your toes. Hold your arms loosely in front of you and to your sides and do not connect your hands yet. Once the ball is served, make sure you get both feet behind the ball and wait for the ball to come to you.
Article Summary X. The easiest way to bump a volleyball is to stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your knees bent. Lean forward and place one hand on top of the other, with your palms up and your thumbs touching. Stretch your arms out and lift them upward to bump the ball.
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Bump a ... Often called the backbone of volleyball, bumping is done by closing hands one on top of the other and using the forearms to hit and control the ball.
A player in the backrow can attack hit a ball as long as they take off from behind the ten foot line. A backrow hitter can land in front of the ten foot line as long as they have contacted the ball before they land in the front row. A setter can attack hit a ball as long as she is in the front row. Legal Volleyball Hits: A backrow hitter can land in front of the ten foot line as long as they have contacted the ball before they land in the front row (Michael E. Johnston)
To pass or bump a volleyball, you need to make sure you're in ready position with your knees bent, weight on your toes and ready to move forward. Pass a voll...
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Each set must be won by two points. The first team to win two sets is the winner of the match. Five-set matches are four sets to 25 points and a fifth set to 15 points. The team must win by two points unless tournament rules dictate otherwise. The first team to win three sets is the winner.
Volleyball Bump Pass A volleyball bump is done by joining your forearms together to pass a ball. It's most common to pass the ball when it's coming from the other side of the net. However, some passers may decide to play the ball overhead instead of bump passing. Overhead Pass An overhead pass is usually taken with the fingers, up overhead. Taking the ball up overhead with the hands is usually easier to control than passing with the forearms.
Many times a server will toss a ball up to serve it and then can't get out of the way fast enough before the tossed ball hits them on the way down. If this happens, then the referee will blow their whistle and award the ball to the opposing team.