A game technique in which the defending team prevents the ball from moving to its side, blocking its course with any part of the body, usually with hands transferred to the opponent’s side within the rules. That is, when blocking, the hands should not interfere with the enemy before his attack or other game action. Only front-line players are allowed to block. They can do it in one touch or in a few. Touching a block does not count as one of three touches.
LIBERO IN VOLLEYBALL
Players who cannot participate in the serve are in the block and serve, so he is on the back line, changing position with players who are advantageous to keep on the front line, for example, with a central blocker.The Libero can be replaced an unlimited number of times and at the same time not inform the judge. The shape of the libero is different from the shape of other players on the team. Continue reading