Get the fundamentals down and the level of everything you do will rise.
A lot has changed since the first round of beach volleyball. Today, there are still some similarities between beach volleyball and indoor volleyball but just as many differences. Due to the special rules and conditions of beach volleyball, in addition to the basic techniques such as digging and hitting, special techniques have been developed that do not exist in this form in indoor volleyball. From the Skyball (serve) to the Tomahawk (trap), to the Cobra-Shot (attack), we have looked at and explained the most common techniques.
Since a team consists of only two players, it is all the more important that the two coordinate optimally. They have to know how the other runs and blocks to cover the rest of the court. For this purpose, they use hand signals, which we will take a closer look at in the article on blocking.