Viking VolleyballViking Volleyball
P.E. VolleyballP.E. Volleyball
““Dig It”Dig It”
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Gravine 2006Gravine 2006
Table of ContentsTable of Contents
What is VolleyballWhat is Volleyball
History of the GameHistory of the Game
RulesRules
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What is VolleyballWhat is Volleyball
Volleyball is one of the most popularVolleyball is one of the most popular sportsspor...
History of the GameHistory of the Game
William G. Morgan createdWilliam G. Morgan created
the game in the U.S. in 1895.the...
Rules of the GameRules of the Game
Click the ball to view the rules of the game.Click the ball to view the rules of the ga...
SkillsSkills
SetSet
BlockBlock
DigDig
PassPass
SpikeSpike
ServeServe
– UnderhandUnderhand
– JumpJump
– FloatFloat
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SetSet
The set is usually the second contact a team makesThe set is usually the second contact a team makes
with the ball....
SetSet
As with passing, one may distinguish between an overhand and a bumpAs with passing, one may distinguish between an ...
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BlockBlock
Blocking refers to the actions taken by playersBlocking refers to the actions taken by players
standing at the ...
BlockBlock
By contrast, it is called a defensive, or "soft"By contrast, it is called a defensive, or "soft"
block if the g...
BlockBlock
Blocking is also classified according to theBlocking is also classified according to the
number of players invo...
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DigDig
Digging is the ability to prevent the ball fromDigging is the ability to prevent the ball from
touching one's court...
DigDig
Some specific techniques are more common in diggingSome specific techniques are more common in digging
than in pass...
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PassPass
Also called reception, the passAlso called reception, the pass
is the attempt by a team tois the attempt by a tea...
PassPass
The skill of passing involvesThe skill of passing involves
fundamentally two specificfundamentally two specific
t...
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SpikeSpike
The spike (or attack) is usually the thirdThe spike (or attack) is usually the third
contact a team makes with ...
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ServeServe
A player stands behind the baseline and hits the ball, in an attempt toA player stands behind the baseline and ...
ServeServe
In contemporary volleyball, many types of serves:In contemporary volleyball, many types of serves:
Underhand an...
ServeServe
Jump Serve: an overhand serveJump Serve: an overhand serve
where the ball is first tossed highwhere the ball is...
ServeServe
Floater: an overhand serve where the ball isFloater: an overhand serve where the ball is
hit with no spin so th...
ScoringScoring
15 point games.15 point games.
Must win by 2.Must win by 2.
If a team scores 11 points and theirIf a team s...
VariationsVariations
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Nine ManNine Man
WalleyballWalleyball
Foot VolleyFoot Volley
Mixed TeamsMixed Teams
Sitting...
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CENTER LINE
ATTACK LINE
9 Feet, 9 Inches
59 Feet
29 Feet, 6 Inches
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Photo Gallery 1Photo Gallery 1
2005 Riverside Volleyball Tournament
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Play the GamePlay the Game
ClickClick herehere to playto play
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ReviewReview
Volleyball is a very active sport that provides anVolleyball is a very active sport that provides an
excellen...
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  1. 1. Viking VolleyballViking Volleyball P.E. VolleyballP.E. Volleyball ““Dig It”Dig It” Next Gravine 2006Gravine 2006
  2. 2. Table of ContentsTable of Contents What is VolleyballWhat is Volleyball History of the GameHistory of the Game RulesRules SkillsSkills ScoringScoring VariationsVariations Volleyball CourtVolleyball Court Photo GalleryPhoto Gallery Play the GamePlay the Game ReviewReview BibliographyBibliography NextBack
  3. 3. What is VolleyballWhat is Volleyball Volleyball is one of the most popularVolleyball is one of the most popular sportssports to play in the world.to play in the world. Two teams, separated by a high net, hit a ball back and forth overTwo teams, separated by a high net, hit a ball back and forth over the net between the teams. Each team is allowed three hits to getthe net between the teams. Each team is allowed three hits to get the ball over the net to the other team. A point is scored if the ballthe ball over the net to the other team. A point is scored if the ball hits the ground in the opponents' court, if the opponents commit ahits the ground in the opponents' court, if the opponents commit a fault, or if they fail to return the ball properly.fault, or if they fail to return the ball properly. Volleyball is a very active sport that provides an excellent level ofVolleyball is a very active sport that provides an excellent level of aerobic exerciseaerobic exercise. It also helps players in their hand-eye. It also helps players in their hand-eye coordination and the ability to override the instinctive desire tocoordination and the ability to override the instinctive desire to dodge a fast-moving object such as a ball.dodge a fast-moving object such as a ball. Back Next
  4. 4. History of the GameHistory of the Game William G. Morgan createdWilliam G. Morgan created the game in the U.S. in 1895.the game in the U.S. in 1895. The first game was played atThe first game was played at Springfield college on July 7,Springfield college on July 7, 1896.1896. Today there are more thanToday there are more than 46 million Americans who46 million Americans who play volleyball.play volleyball. In 2006, the sport ofIn 2006, the sport of volleyball is 111 years old.volleyball is 111 years old. Back Next
  5. 5. Rules of the GameRules of the Game Click the ball to view the rules of the game.Click the ball to view the rules of the game. Back Next
  6. 6. SkillsSkills SetSet BlockBlock DigDig PassPass SpikeSpike ServeServe – UnderhandUnderhand – JumpJump – FloatFloat Back Next
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  8. 8. SetSet The set is usually the second contact a team makesThe set is usually the second contact a team makes with the ball. The main goal of setting is to put thewith the ball. The main goal of setting is to put the ball in the air in such a way that it can be driven byball in the air in such a way that it can be driven by a spike into the opponent's court. The settera spike into the opponent's court. The setter coordinates the offensive movements of a team,coordinates the offensive movements of a team, and is the player who ultimately decides whichand is the player who ultimately decides which player will actually attack the ball.player will actually attack the ball. Back Next
  9. 9. SetSet As with passing, one may distinguish between an overhand and a bumpAs with passing, one may distinguish between an overhand and a bump set. Since the former allows for more control over the speed andset. Since the former allows for more control over the speed and direction of the ball, the bump is used only when the ball is so low itdirection of the ball, the bump is used only when the ball is so low it cannot be properly handled with fingertips, or in beach volleyballcannot be properly handled with fingertips, or in beach volleyball where rules regulating overhand setting are more stringent. In the casewhere rules regulating overhand setting are more stringent. In the case of a set, one also speaks of a front or back set, meaning whether theof a set, one also speaks of a front or back set, meaning whether the ball is passed in the direction the setter is facing or not.ball is passed in the direction the setter is facing or not. Sometimes a setter refrains from raising the ball for a teammate toSometimes a setter refrains from raising the ball for a teammate to perform a spike and tries to play it directly onto the opponent's court.perform a spike and tries to play it directly onto the opponent's court. This movement is called a "dump".This movement is called a "dump". Back Next
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  11. 11. BlockBlock Blocking refers to the actions taken by playersBlocking refers to the actions taken by players standing at the net to stop or alter anstanding at the net to stop or alter an opponent's attack.opponent's attack. A block that is aimed at completely stoppingA block that is aimed at completely stopping an attack, thus making the ball remain inan attack, thus making the ball remain in the opponent's court, is called offensive. Athe opponent's court, is called offensive. A well-executed offensive block is performedwell-executed offensive block is performed by jumping and reaching to penetrate withby jumping and reaching to penetrate with one's arms and hands over the net and intoone's arms and hands over the net and into the opponent's area. The jump should bethe opponent's area. The jump should be timed so as to intercept the ball's trajectorytimed so as to intercept the ball's trajectory prior to it crossing over the net. Palms areprior to it crossing over the net. Palms are held deflected downward about 45-60held deflected downward about 45-60 degrees toward the interior of thedegrees toward the interior of the opponents court. A "roof" is a spectacularopponents court. A "roof" is a spectacular offensive block that redirects the power andoffensive block that redirects the power and speed of the attack straight down to thespeed of the attack straight down to the attacker's floor, as if the attacker hit the ballattacker's floor, as if the attacker hit the ball into the underside of a peaked house roof.into the underside of a peaked house roof. Back Next
  12. 12. BlockBlock By contrast, it is called a defensive, or "soft"By contrast, it is called a defensive, or "soft" block if the goal is to control and deflect theblock if the goal is to control and deflect the hard-driven ball up so that it slows down andhard-driven ball up so that it slows down and becomes more easy to be defended. A well-becomes more easy to be defended. A well- executed soft-block is performed by jumpingexecuted soft-block is performed by jumping and placing one's hands above the net withand placing one's hands above the net with no penetration into the opponent's court andno penetration into the opponent's court and with the palms up and fingers pointingwith the palms up and fingers pointing backwardbackward.. Back Next
  13. 13. BlockBlock Blocking is also classified according to theBlocking is also classified according to the number of players involved. Thus, one maynumber of players involved. Thus, one may speak of single (or solo), double, or triplespeak of single (or solo), double, or triple block.block. Successful blocking does not always result in aSuccessful blocking does not always result in a "roof" and many times does not even touch"roof" and many times does not even touch the ball. While it’s obvious that a block was athe ball. While it’s obvious that a block was a success when the attacker is roofed, a blocksuccess when the attacker is roofed, a block that consistently forces the attacker awaythat consistently forces the attacker away from their 'power' or preferred spike into afrom their 'power' or preferred spike into a more easily controlled shot by the defense ismore easily controlled shot by the defense is also a highly successful block.also a highly successful block. Moreover, positions where defenders placeMoreover, positions where defenders place themselves while opponent hitters arethemselves while opponent hitters are spiking depend from the block position.spiking depend from the block position. Back Next
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  15. 15. DigDig Digging is the ability to prevent the ball fromDigging is the ability to prevent the ball from touching one's court after a spike,touching one's court after a spike, particularly a ball that is nearly touchingparticularly a ball that is nearly touching the ground. In many aspects, this skill isthe ground. In many aspects, this skill is similar to passing, or bumping: overhandsimilar to passing, or bumping: overhand dig and bump are also used to distinguishdig and bump are also used to distinguish between defensive actions taken withbetween defensive actions taken with fingertips or with joined arms.fingertips or with joined arms. Back Next
  16. 16. DigDig Some specific techniques are more common in diggingSome specific techniques are more common in digging than in passing. A player may sometimes perform athan in passing. A player may sometimes perform a "dive", i.e., he throws his body in the air with a"dive", i.e., he throws his body in the air with a forward movement in an attempt to save the ball,forward movement in an attempt to save the ball, and lands on his chest. When he also slides hisand lands on his chest. When he also slides his hand under a ball that is almost touching the court,hand under a ball that is almost touching the court, this is called a "pancake".this is called a "pancake". Sometimes a player may also be forced to drop hisSometimes a player may also be forced to drop his body quickly to the floor in order to save the ball. Inbody quickly to the floor in order to save the ball. In this situation, he makes use of a specific rollingthis situation, he makes use of a specific rolling technique to minimize the chances of injuries.technique to minimize the chances of injuries. Back Next
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  18. 18. PassPass Also called reception, the passAlso called reception, the pass is the attempt by a team tois the attempt by a team to properly handle theproperly handle the opponent's serve or "freeopponent's serve or "free ball". Proper handlingball". Proper handling includes not only preventingincludes not only preventing the ball from touching thethe ball from touching the court, but also making itcourt, but also making it reach the position where thereach the position where the setter is standing quicklysetter is standing quickly and precisely.and precisely. Back Next
  19. 19. PassPass The skill of passing involvesThe skill of passing involves fundamentally two specificfundamentally two specific techniques: underarm pass,techniques: underarm pass, or bump (“bacher” inor bump (“bacher” in European terminology),European terminology), where the ball touches thewhere the ball touches the inside part of the joinedinside part of the joined forearms, at waist line; andforearms, at waist line; and overhand pass, where it isoverhand pass, where it is handled with the fingertipshandled with the fingertips above the head.above the head. Back Next
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  21. 21. SpikeSpike The spike (or attack) is usually the thirdThe spike (or attack) is usually the third contact a team makes with the ball. Thecontact a team makes with the ball. The object of spiking is to handle the ball soobject of spiking is to handle the ball so that it lands on the opponent's court andthat it lands on the opponent's court and cannot be defended. A player makes acannot be defended. A player makes a series of steps (the "approach"), jumpsseries of steps (the "approach"), jumps and then projects his body forward, thusand then projects his body forward, thus transferring its kinetic energy to the balltransferring its kinetic energy to the ball when contact is made.when contact is made. Back Next
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  23. 23. ServeServe A player stands behind the baseline and hits the ball, in an attempt toA player stands behind the baseline and hits the ball, in an attempt to drive it into the opponent's court. Their main objective is to make itdrive it into the opponent's court. Their main objective is to make it land inside the court; it is also desirable to set the ball's direction,land inside the court; it is also desirable to set the ball's direction, speed and acceleration so that it becomes difficult for the receiver tospeed and acceleration so that it becomes difficult for the receiver to handle it properly. A serve is called an "ace" when the ball landshandle it properly. A serve is called an "ace" when the ball lands directly onto the court or travels outside after being touched by andirectly onto the court or travels outside after being touched by an opponent.opponent. Back Next
  24. 24. ServeServe In contemporary volleyball, many types of serves:In contemporary volleyball, many types of serves: Underhand and Overhand Serve: refers to whether the player strikesUnderhand and Overhand Serve: refers to whether the player strikes the ball from below, at waist level, or first tosses the ball in the airthe ball from below, at waist level, or first tosses the ball in the air and then hits it above shoulder level. Underhand serve isand then hits it above shoulder level. Underhand serve is considered very easy to receive and is not generally employed inconsidered very easy to receive and is not generally employed in international competitions.international competitions. .. Back Next
  25. 25. ServeServe Jump Serve: an overhand serveJump Serve: an overhand serve where the ball is first tossed highwhere the ball is first tossed high in the air, then the player makes ain the air, then the player makes a timed approach and jumps totimed approach and jumps to make contact with the ball. Theremake contact with the ball. There is usually much topspin impartedis usually much topspin imparted on the ball. This is the moston the ball. This is the most popular serve amongst collegepopular serve amongst college and professional teams.and professional teams. Back Next
  26. 26. ServeServe Floater: an overhand serve where the ball isFloater: an overhand serve where the ball is hit with no spin so that its path becomeshit with no spin so that its path becomes unpredictable. Can be administered whileunpredictable. Can be administered while jumping or standing.jumping or standing. Back Next
  27. 27. ScoringScoring 15 point games.15 point games. Must win by 2.Must win by 2. If a team scores 11 points and theirIf a team scores 11 points and their opponents don’t score, it’s considered aopponents don’t score, it’s considered a shutout.shutout. Rally ScoringRally Scoring (Click for Information)(Click for Information) Side Out ScoringSide Out Scoring (Click for Information(Click for Information)) Back Next
  28. 28. VariationsVariations Back Next Nine ManNine Man WalleyballWalleyball Foot VolleyFoot Volley Mixed TeamsMixed Teams SittingSitting IndoorIndoor BeachBeach VolleyballVolleyball
  29. 29. VV olloll eyey baba llll CC ouou rtrt Back Next CENTER LINE ATTACK LINE 9 Feet, 9 Inches 59 Feet 29 Feet, 6 Inches Back Line Service Area 9 Feet, 9 Inches
  30. 30. Photo Gallery 1Photo Gallery 1 2005 Riverside Volleyball Tournament Back Next
  31. 31. Play the GamePlay the Game ClickClick herehere to playto play Back Next
  32. 32. ReviewReview Volleyball is a very active sport that provides anVolleyball is a very active sport that provides an excellent level of exercise.excellent level of exercise. William G. Morgan created the game in the U.S. inWilliam G. Morgan created the game in the U.S. in 1895.1895. Volleyball skills include the set, dig, pass, block,Volleyball skills include the set, dig, pass, block, spike and serve.spike and serve. Volleyball can be played indoors or outdoors.Volleyball can be played indoors or outdoors. Volleyball games are played to 21, and must win by 2Volleyball games are played to 21, and must win by 2 points.points. Volleyball is adaptable and can be played in manyVolleyball is adaptable and can be played in many different variationsdifferent variations Back Next
  33. 33. BibliographyBibliography Back Home www.bvatour.comwww.bvatour.com www.Volleyball.orgwww.Volleyball.org VolleyballVolleyball www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volleyballwww.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volleyball

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