There's a new dance that is going around Called the Bump do the Bump You can do it to the rhythm of that rock 'n'roll sound It's the Bump do the Bump.
There's a new dance that is going around Called the Bump do the Bump You can do it to the rhythm of that rock 'n'roll sound It''s the Bump do the Bump.
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You can bump the ball backwards, of course, but you still want to make sure that you make contact with the ball right in front of you you may need to turn away from the net.
You should face the direction the ball is coming with your shoulders and the front of your body for best results. If you do need it to go back, carefully swing your arms backward, as much as is needed. Pass the ball. Keep your eye on the ball. Follow the trajectory of the ball as it comes down and even as you hit it.
Make contact with the ball at about waist-level. When the ball is right above your forearms, straighten your legs so that your arms move up to meet it. Try to contact the ball on your forearms above the hand but below the elbow joint.
At the same time, move your arms forward and up slightly, but do not swing your arms. Contrary to what a lot of people think, the majority of the force should come from your legs. Aim the ball. Dip or twist your shoulder to aim the ball. You can't really aim with your forearms, because you need to keep them flat in order to provide a good platform for the ball.
Instead move from the shoulders so that both arms stay together and move as one unit. Ideally, you can square up with the ball point your feet at the target so you can just hit it straight forward. Remember to aim the ball slightly to the right of the center of the net, since that is where the setter should be standing. Use your platform to help you aim the ball. Keep your eye on the ball after you bump it. Watch the ball with your eyes, not your whole body, try to keep your chin down, because it gives you more control of the ball.
Some coaches will even have you put the collar of your shirt in your mouth to keep your chin down. Once you release the ball, separate your hands, but still keep them half a foot or so apart, anticipating the ball's next movement and get ready to hit the volleyball.
The lower you get, the more push you have when you stand up. The key is to not swing your arms. Not Helpful 12 Helpful The ball will fly down and under the net instead of nice and high.
To fix this, bend your legs more so that you are closer to the ground. Not Helpful 20 Helpful To move it towards the right, drop your right shoulder a little.
To move it to the left, drop your left shoulder. The closer your hands are to the ground, the lower the volleyball will go. Not Helpful 24 Helpful If the ball is spinning sideways after you pass it, then you were still moving while the ball was making contact with your platform.
To fix this common mistake, stop your feet before passing the ball. Yes, you should pass or dig the volleyball with your forearms not your upper arms or hands. Not Helpful 33 Helpful Getting hit by a volleyball rarely hurts unless it's in the face.
Just keep practicing handling hard hits, and you'll get used to it. Wear long sleeves to protect your forearms. Not Helpful 22 Helpful My wrists usually hurt after bumping. Is that natural when you first start playing, or am I doing something wrong?
If you are letting the ball strike your wrists to bump it, then yes, you are doing something wrong. You are supposed to use the flat section created by your forearms to bump a ball. If you are straining your wrists too much to hold your arms together, just loosen them up a little. Eventually you will get better at bumping and won't be so tense in the arms. Not Helpful 6 Helpful Keep your hands together for a half second after contacting the ball, then separate them from each other.
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