What are the various positions in beach volleyball?
Scoring: Beach volleyball are best played in three sets. The first two sets are played to 21 points. The final tie breaker is played to 15 points. A team must win a set by two points. There is no ceiling, so a set continues until the two point advantage is made. Right Side or Left Side: Two players evenly split the court. Left-handers usually perfer the right side, and right-handers vice versa. Play Front Court or Back Court: The better defender keeps to the back of the court to make digs, while the player in the front of the court spikes the ball and defends the front court. Playing the Game- Most players have what they call a "bag of tricks". They know if they go out there and wear themselves out in the beginning they have no chance in winning. That's why their are a variety of shots and defense moves, so that they can maintain their energy the whole time.
The difference between beach volleyball and sitting volleyball is that on the beach you do not sit to play volleyball where as obviously in sitting volleyball you would. Also I believe that usually disabled people play sitting volleyball. But I am quite sure that sitting volleyball could be played at the beach.
As this goes without saying, the main difference between beach volleyball and indoor volleyball are the locations in which the games are played; beach volleyball being played on a beach court, and indoor volleyball being played on an indoor court. While indoor volleyball requires 6 athletes with fixed positions from each team on the court at one time, beach volleyball only requires 2, in most instances of competitive play. Other differences occur in areas such…