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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.
This is formed by putting your wrists and forearms together. Bring your hands together and place one hand on top of the other. Gather your two thumbs together (as shown in the image on the left). Another option is to make a fist with one hand and wrap the other hand around it (as shown in the image on the right).
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. For more tips on technique, passing, and aiming, read the article!
Volleyball Hands:To pass a volleyball with your platform point both thumbs down towards the ground, tightly holding your the wrists and thumbs of both hands together. Then, just like in forearm pass grip option #1 , you would point both thumbs down towards the ground, tightly holding your the wrists and thumbs of both hands together.
Hand Setting: On the sand using the bump set is not a cop out but is one of the most important volleyball skills that almost all beach players use to control the ball. (Ralph Aversen) One of the beach volleyball setting tips I learned early in my career was the importance of delivering a good bump set in volleyball instead of relying on overhand setting the ball.
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VOLLEYBALL HANDOUT Skills : Bump : Forearm pass, knees bent, and arms straight and level with each other, hands together and thumbs parallel, contact made with fleshy part of inner forearm. Lift with knees, arms go no higher than shoulder level, DO NOT SW ING AT THE BALL!!
Typically the third contact when a player uses one open hand and swings at the ball to send it over the net is called a “hit/attack/spike”. The player who hits the ball is called the “hitter/attacker/spiker”. These three terms are used interchangeable.