you should bring a volleyball, some shorts, a shirt, and comfortable shoes
5 t-shirts5 shorts (tight black one)few shirts for changefew shorts for changeknee protects2 bottle of watervolleyball ball
Yes there is
By doing a quick search, I found that NIKE does volleyball camps in various locations. You can go to this website to find out more information: http://www.ussportscamps.com/volleyball/nike/#overnight-nike-volleyball-Locations Also, you can look at this site for parent testimonials about their kids' experiences at the NIKE camp, which might help ease your mind about letting your teen go to such a camp.
Probaly a volyball, sunscreen, bug spray shorts and short sleeved shirt and a sleeping bag.
You should pass (bump) the volleyball when it is below your shoulders. You will get the best contact with the volleyball this way.
Well, they are the same, but you should adjust the rules to make it easier for people whose bodies cant take the real rules of volleyball.
in a indoor court or at the beach when playing beach volleyball
yes volleyball should be considered a sport. because you use your arms and legs.
I bought my volleyball stuff at Sports Authority, but anywhere that has sports equipment should have volleyball stuff in volleyball season.
Depends on the camp
5 t-shirts 5 shorts (tight black one) few shirts for change few shorts for change knee protects 2 bottle of water volleyball ball
google search volleyball jargon and your answer should be under wikipedia
You should be a little clearer. Volleyball has lasted for a while though.
You can not take a camp stove or a camp knife on the plane.
You should try asking friends. A good summer camp, if you live in California, is Camp Hide. Camp Beasley in Nevada is also a good camp. If your daughter is creative she should try Camp Beasley.
It's 2, I play volleyball, I should know.
1, I play volleyball, I should know.
no but it should be!
Indoor volleyball has been an Olympic event since 1964 and beach volleyball was debuted in 1992 and became a event in 1996.
Well if you're teaching a sports camp you might want to do sports. Basketball Volleyball Baseball Soccer Tennis Football Running Dodge ball Kickball...etc.
It depends on how focused you are.