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Blocking in volleyball: roofing, blocking a serve, and reaching over the net

Blocking is a defensive move in volleyball whereby the ball is stopped just behind the net. This can result in spectacular rallies. Let’s take a look at how this is done below: There are a lot of rules and nuances on these rules when it comes to blocking. Let’s take look at these so that …

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Beach volleyball: the basic rules about the match, net, blocking, and setting

Beach volleyball has different rules than indoor volleyball. Official matches are played with only 2 players. This means that players have to attack and defend a lot. The matches are very fast-paced so you don’t have a lot of time to think about what you are going to do next. Knowing these can give you …

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How to get more power in your volleyball serve: tips to get a faster and harder arm swing

For newer players, it can be a challenge to get the ball over the net when they serve. More advanced players can feel that they want to push the ball farther away. Every player on the team has to serve during a match. You can’t let your team down by missing every serve. This is …

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What are the 3 types of serves in volleyball? This will surprise you

Serving is restarting the game after your team has scored a point (or to start the game). This is done by standing behind the line of your part of the court. You have to send the ball over the net and in the court of the opposite team. Using the right amount of force is …

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