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Three basic volleyball terms for digging are explained for liberos including "up" "tagged" "touch" and lip" which describes what happens in the backrow.
This volleyball term "dig lips" or "digging lips" is volleyball jargon referring to a defensive player who digs a hard hitter multiple times in the same play.
This short list of basic volleyball terminology explains techniques used to pass a ball and includes descriptions of common passing and serve receive errors.
What happens when you make a mistake when you are passing a ball? What type of volleyball violations can happen when receiving serve or passing?
Everything you need to know about the middle blocker volleyball position including hitting responsibilities, strategies, tactics and tips.
A volleyball dive or roll doesn't help you dig a ball but it helps you protect your body and land safely on the ground AFTER keeping a ball off the floor.
The "chester" and the "facial" are two volleyball slang terms that describe how to legally dig a ball by using your face or your chest instead of your hands.
Your short overhand serve to the front row positions on the court to right front in zone 2, middle front in zone 3 and left front in zone 4 are strategic areas.
Learn basic let serve volleyball service rules and get your serving questions answered like can a libero serve? Where does a server serve from?
There are specialized areas that each player position in volleyball plays in. Learn where setters, opposites, middle blockers, liberos and outside hitters play.
What's the rotation in volleyball? The 6 rotation volleyball zones or positions that players rotate in and out of depending on the offense their team runs.
Learn the 8 technical aspects of how to dig in volleyball in the backcourt while your team is on defense so you can dig hard hitters on opposing teams.
Using the block is one of the hitting skills spikers need to know in order to score more points in offense with their spike in volleyball for their team.
How To Spike in Volleyball. The left side spiker is one of the team's main offensive weapons who uses these 7 attacking techniques in volleyball to score.
Players learn how to set a volleyball which begins with quick feet moving you to line your body under the ball and your ball shaped hands over your forehead.