The international rules clearly state that only one toss of the ball is allowed. If you toss the ball, whatever the result ends up being, that's your serve. So if you toss it and catch it, that was not a successful hit, and you should lose the point. Most leagues don't hold to that standard.... read more ›
Tip #1 Toss: The toss is important for ball positioning when you are trying to make contact with the ball. First, have the volleyball in your non-dominant hand, extended out in front of you, and keep your dominant hand tucked behind your back.... view details ›
Make sure that your elbow is pointing upwards and your hand is at or slightly above your ear. Step 4: Toss the ball up with your palm of your left hand (not fingers) about 12 to 18 inches (30 to 45 cm) in the air.... read more ›
The primary objective in volleyball is to make the ball hit the floor on the opponent's side of the court, while preventing your opponent from doing the same on your side of the court. Each team is allowed a maximum of three contacts/hits with the ball before it must be sent across the net.... read more ›
No matter your serving style, the toss is a fundamental part of the serve in volleyball. You can't serve a ball without tossing it up in some way, shape or form. With that being the case, the volleyball serve rules state that when you serve, only one toss is allowed once the referee has blown their whistle.... see details ›
The referee shall toss a coin and one captain (the team listed first on the schedule) shall call it in the air. The winner shall choose to either serve, receive, or playing area. The loser of the toss is given the remaining choice.... read more ›
Improve Your Serve Toss Consistency (5 Easy Tennis Tips) - YouTube... see more ›
How To Practice The Overhand Volleyball Serve At Home: Wall Traps... read more ›
- Stepping on or over the line on a serve.
- Failure to serve the ball over the net successfully.
- Hitting the ball illegally ( Carrying, Palming, Throwing, etc. ).
- Touches of the top of the net only with any part of the body while the ball is in play. ...
- Reaching over the net, except under these conditions:
How To Practice The Overhand Volleyball Serve At Home: Wall Traps... view details ›
1) A coin toss is used to determine who is to serve the ball, and the courtside. The winner of the coin toss may pick the courtside OR may serve first. The loser chooses the remaining option.... see details ›
You may only switch positions once the ball has been contacted by the server. If you leave your spot too early, your team will be called out of rotation and the other team will automatically win a point. You almost never switch between front row and back row.... see more ›