The Double Hit in Real Life. The double hit in volleyball is unique as a violation can be committed in one of two ways: Two contacts in succession (you dig the ball and then go to set it) Two contacts by various parts of the body. The most basic of double hits is the obvious contacting of the ball twice in a row.
Just to be clear, the double hit rule does not limit a player from hitting the ball twice while it is on their side of the net. Every time the ball reaches your side of the net your team has 3 hits to play it over. The first person to touch the ball can hit it twice as long as their hit is separated by another player hitting the ball in between.
If two people touch the ball simultaneously, it counts as two of the three hits per play. Neither of those two people can touch the ball in that play to send it over the net; if one does, it's...
Notable Rules for Sitting Volleyball. In sitting volleyball, the net is about 3 feet high, and the court is 10 x 6 meters with a 2-meter attack line. The court is divided into two sides of 5m deep by 6m wide. The net height is set at a height of 1.15m for men, and 1.05m for women. Players are allowed to block serves, but one “cheek” must be ...
Stepping over the base line when serving the ball. Ball hits the net and fails to get over the net (If the ball hits the net and still goes over the net then this is perfectly legal). Players are not allowed to carry, palm or run with the ball. Players must not touch the net with any part of the body.
Playing Faults - Rules of Volleyball. FOUR HITS: A team contacts the volleyball 4 times before returning it. ASSISTED HIT: A player gets support from a teammate in order to make a play on a volleyball.
Teams may only hit the ball three times when the ball is on their side of the court. The third hit must get the ball over the net, into the opposing team’s court area. If two or three players on the same team hit the ball at the same time, it counts as two or three hits, with the exception of two or three players blocking the ball.
At takeoff, the player must not have touched any part of the front zone or the attack line. The actual rule is that they may not attack the ball while it is above the plane of the net and while they are in the front zone (in front of the 10-foot line).
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