Beach volleyball, a variation of the game played on sand and with only two players per team, became a FIVB-endorsed variation in 1987 and was added to the Olympic program at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Volleyball is also a sport at the Paralympics managed by the World Organization Volleyball for Disabled. 4.
Introduction to Volleyball Coaching Collated by Bill Musgrove JV Volleyball Coach, McLean HS email@example.com Pictures by Lee Rouse and Jen Abi-Najm – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: 7104ea-MTA0N
Volleyball ppt. 1. Volleyball Courtney Baskett KIN 414. 2. HISTORY• Founded in 1895 • William G. Morgan• Official Game in 1896 • Springfeild College • YMCA• Accepted in Olympic Sports • 1964: indoor • 1996: Beach• Today (2012) • 46 million players. 3.
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The sport was invented in the U.S. by. William G. Morgan. in 1895. 1895, YMCA team in Massachusetts. William Morgan is first left , second row. THE GAME. it is a game of two teams of six players separated by a net. OBJECTIVE OF THE GAME. The goal is to be the first team to reach 25 in both games of the 2 set.
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Volleyball was created in 1985 by William G. Morgan, an instructor at the YMCA in Holyhoke, Massachusetts. He decided to blend elements of basketball, baseball, tennis and handball to create what he called “mintonette”. As observers watched the game, they noticed that players were “volleying” the ball back and forth.
INTRODUCING VOLLEYBALL. Volleyball is an enjoyable activity for the beach or the park. The game is played by two team of six players, with up to six substitutes allowed in a squad. A net is fixed across the middle of a court eighteen metres long and nine metres wide. Two flexible antennae mark the extremes between which the ball must pass over the net.
Sport Education Volleyball Unit Skill Introduction: SERVING A. Introduce the different serves. B. Vocabulary Top spin Floater Jump serve Body position Balanced stride position, throwing position. Hips and shoulders facing target area. Skill Keys D. Balanced position - feet in comfortable stride position, weight on back foot.