How to play indoor volleyball women’s volleyball? (Introduction)
There are many ball games, indoor volleyball belongs to one of them, but the volleyball requires more price, not only technically stricter requirements, but also the team’s cooperation, first of all have enough with your teammates The tacit understanding, followed by other issues in our other areas, let us take a look at the skills of playing indoor volleyball.
The women’s volleyball is slightly prepared, raised her head and looks at the ball. The elbows are naturally raised and the hands are placed in front of the face. When the hand touches the ball, both hands should naturally open into a hemisphere, so that the finger fits the ball, the wrist is raised later, the thumb is opposite, and the little finger is in front; when passing the ball, the inside of the thumb, the index finger, and the middle finger of the second and third phalanx touch the ball. The ring finger and the little finger assist in controlling the direction of the ball on both sides of the ball. The two elbows are properly separated and naturally hang down.
When the ball approaches the forehead, it begins to squat, stretch the knees, and stretch the arms. The two hands are slightly open, and the ball is actively attacked from the front and the front of the face. The hitting point should be kept about one ball away from the front of the forehead, and the hitting position is generally below the ball. Passing the ball mainly relies on the strength of the arm and the coordination of the strength of the lower limbs. The ball is pressed on the hand and the rebound force generated by the finger wrist is transmitted. After hitting the ball, the center of gravity moves forward with the hitting action, and the whole body relaxes in a ready posture, preparing for the next hitting action.
The action essentials of the frontal serve: facing the net, the two feet are naturally open, the left foot is in front, and the left hand is in front of the ball. Send it with the flat arm of the lift arm and the palm, and throw the ball vertically vertically to the front upper side of the right shoulder with a moderate height. While throwing the ball in the left hand, the right arm is lifted, the elbow is bent and the shoulder is flat, and the upper body is slightly turned to the right. Stretch the highest point of the arm in front of the right shoulder and hit the back of the ball with the entire palm. When hitting the ball, the finger naturally opens and matches the ball, and the wrist quickly pushes the ball to make the ball fly up. After hitting the ball, as the center of gravity moves forward, it quickly returns to the field. The key is to pay attention to the batting action, hitting point, hand shape and strength.
Women’s Volleyball – Passing
Passing is a technique of hitting the ball with the use of both hands (or one hand) on the chest and above with the help of the slamming force of the wrist and the arm. The main function of the pass is to pass the picked up ball to the rest of the team for offense or direct attack. Whether a team’s offensive ability can be fully utilized depends to a large extent on the team’s passing level. In order to compete for online advantages and make the offensive tactics change rapidly, the second setter plays a central role.
Women’s Volleyball – Pad Ball
It is a technical action of hitting the ball with the rebound force of the ball with the help of the ground and the arm movement. In the game, the pad is used to receive the ball, buckle the ball and catch the ball. It is an important technology in the game to win more points and less points from passive to active.
Women’s Volleyball – Serve
The technical action of the player throwing the ball himself and using one hand to hit the ball from the two empty sign poles into the opponent’s field. Serving is the beginning of the game and offense. It is the only technical action in volleyball technology that is not restricted by others. An aggressive attack can not only score directly, but also weaken or even destroy the opponent’s offense, disrupt the deployment of the other party, and cause psychological deterrence to the other party.
It’s important to remember that at any time the ball hits your hand, your hands must be straight, don’t bend (have to endure the pain), or you can’t control the direction of the ball. Cut off your nails and remove your watch and bracelet to avoid hurting yourself. Have you learned these basic volleyball techniques?