Screening in volleyball

The volleyball rules prohibit screening during a service (preventing the receiving team from seeing the ball or the serving player; rule 12.5), however, during any professional game you can see players at the net grouping with their hands above their heads. If that is not screening, what is?

Is this rule enforced at all? And if yes, what are the real criteria used to call a screening fault?

Screening in volleyball

The volleyball rules prohibit screening during a service (preventing the receiving team from seeing the ball or the serving player; rule 12.5), however, during any professional game you can see players at the net grouping with their hands above their heads. If that is not screening, what is?

Is this rule enforced at all? And if yes, what are the real criteria used to call a screening fault?

Playing volleyball and muscle building

I got sick and lost almost all the muscles that I had built. I have recently started playing volleyball. I used to play basketball but the court seems to be a little way from where I live so I can’t really go there because of other engagements. I play volleyball for nearly 30 minutes every day at home. I wonder if it will help build my upper and lower bodies.

Playing volleyball and muscle building

I got sick and lost almost all the muscles that I had built. I have recently started playing volleyball. I used to play basketball but the court seems to be a little way from where I live so I can’t really go there because of other engagements. I play volleyball for nearly 30 minutes every day at home. I wonder if it will help build my upper and lower bodies.

Playing volleyball and muscle building

I got sick and lost almost all the muscles that I had built. I have recently started playing volleyball. I used to play basketball but the court seems to be a little way from where I live so I can’t really go there because of other engagements. I play volleyball for nearly 30 minutes every day at home. I wonder if it will help build my upper and lower bodies.

How is spike speed measured in volleyball?

I’ve been eyeballing a volleyball match right now (apparently, it’s world championships :), and have noticed that they show “spike speed” for spike replays. How is that speed measured? Is the ball stuffed with sensors or is there an array of hi-speed cameras to measure this? How much instrumentation is there for a high-profile match like this?

The main judge has three displays at his disposals, they look like three completely different things. At at least two times teams have contested a ruling, and a rudimentary 3D animation was shown on stream. It looked bit low-res, and definitely not like something the studio responsible for the transmission would do – so it must have originated from some kind of match-local instrumentation.

Question: Unfair volleyball coach?

Okay I’ve been asking a lot of people’s opinions about this and they all feel indifferent. So I play for my highschool team and we’re having a pink breast cancer awareness game. Each of use paid $25 for a jersey, socks, and a headband. When I went to go get mine, my coach asked for my number which is 30. She says that they accidentally put 12 which is another girls number who has the same name as me. Since it’s her number originally they didn’t give me the jersey and told me they would have to figure it out yesterday. Well the game is tomorrow and you can’t have two of the same number in a game. Idk what to do cause I don’t wanna be rude and say that it’s not fair but I also paid for the items. Opinions?

How is spike speed measured in volleyball?

I’ve been eyeballing a volleyball match right now (apparently, it’s world championships :), and have noticed that they show “spike speed” for spike replays. How is that speed measured? Is the ball stuffed with sensors or is there an array of hi-speed cameras to measure this? How much instrumentation is there for a high-profile match like this?

The main judge has three displays at his disposals, they look like three completely different things. At at least two times teams have contested a ruling, and a rudimentary 3D animation was shown on stream. It looked bit low-res, and definitely not like something the studio responsible for the transmission would do – so it must have originated from some kind of match-local instrumentation.