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The essential knowledge in two popular team sports: basketball and volleyball. The dynamics of aforementioned sports, violations and sanctions of the games.
The act of putting the ball in the goal.
This is executed with a forceful shot above the rim.
Calf raises are mainly concerned with the endurance to withstand the position at a certain amount of time.
How many players does volleyball need to have?
_____ refers to the ability to retain the proper alignment of the lower body joints.
The violation committed by the team is a point for the opponent.
The pass executed by holding the ball at waist level.
The offensive and most important skill in basketball.
This service is executed by tossing the ball 2 to 3 feet in the air above in front of the right shoulder.
The official holds up one hand with three fingers up if the three-point shot is being attempted.
The net is 2.13m high for younger players.
The player holding the ball must pass, shoot or dribble within _____ seconds.
This exercise mainly makes use of the biceps and elbow flexors.
If both yellow and red cards are held up in separate hands, a "______" signal is called.
The official points a finger with an arm parallel to the sidelines to indicate the direction of the play.
Who established the game volleyball?
The game was originally played using _____ baskets.
The body is in a ______ position in putting a defense to avoid committing fouls.
How many seconds is allowed for the team to be on time out?
This exercise works out and uses the pectoralis major, anterior deltoids and deltoid.
There is a fixed uniform for playing basketball.
The libero can only block, set or smash the ball at the front court.
When did James Naismith discover the game, basketball?
The pass which is an associated technique utilized to pass the serve, play balls below the waist and control the ball far from the player.
On a flat surface, you do this exercise by placing your forearm along the edge of the table with the wrist and the hand hanging on the side. From the beginning position of an open palm facing downwards, you raise the hand without lifting your forearm along with it.
The pass done by holding the ball with two hands holding the ball on top of the head.
_____ mean an exercise involving repeated rapid stretching and contracting of muscles to increase muscle power.
The official puts his hands on his _____ if the players committed a foul on blocking and illegal screening.
Good _____ have well-coordinated bodies.
_____ is important before taking the leap or jumping to block the opponent's attack to assume where the ball lands.
In this exercise, you use your shoulder blades and pushing them backward to meet at the middle of your back.
The libero also wears a uniform of a different color than his/her team members.
There are ______ quarters in one game.
_____ started playing volleyball in the USA on 1895.
This is done to start the game of basketball.
From the sitting position, you lift your arm to the side, your palms facing upward. This position must be maintained for three seconds.
This exercise works out and uses the rhomboids, latissimus dorsi, biceps and brachialis muscles.
In shoulder internal and external rotation, elbows are bent at a _____-degree angle.
How many sets in maximum are there in a volleyball game?
The ball is considered "_____" if the ball falls outside of the boundary lines.
This refers to the movement of the feet and hands together with the body in cylinder position.
Using a machine, you grip a small bar at hip level while standing up straight. After this, you pull down the bar slowly until it reaches the lower part of your body.
The passing technique which uses the fleshy parts of the fingers and a wrist action.
This skill aims to minimize and avoid errors or faults in the defense or effense against an opponent.
The match is won after ____ sets.
The basketball court is ______ in shape.
The shot done in which the forearm is in vertical position while the elbow is in an acute angle.
The tallest player is most often chosen as the one to do the jump ball.
The shot executed by dribbling close to the basket before releasing the shot.
The substituted player cannot go back to the game.
One quarter of a game runs for ______ minutes.
The deuce in a volleyball comes when the teams are tied at ____ points.
The term that refers to the most defensive player of the team.
It is important to aim for speed in performing jump squats.
The volleyball is made of _____ leather.
The team must make a point within _____ seconds.
This refers to the act of hitting the ball or controlling the ball by hitting it with the arms.
is the throwing of a ball to a teammate.
The number of points for every shot.
The referee holds up the yellow card to indicate
The _____ is made up of flexible rod fiberglass or similar material.
For this exercise, using free weights or a water bottle, as an alternative, you have to use the support of a bench. One knee mounts the bench while a hand supports your weight somewhere above the shoulder. The free weight is raised to your chest in the starting position before extending the elbow to bring the apparatus pointing backwards.
The color of the volleyball may be light or a combination of colors.
The referee holds up ______ fingers to indicate delay in service.
Where was the first Olympic game of volleyball held?
_____ mainly use the knees and ankles, involving repetitive rapid stretching and contracting of muscles.
The two calf muscles needed to be strengthened to ensure leg power are _____, the upper part, and _____, the lower part of the muscle.
How many colors are there on a basketball for men?
The player who shoots from the _____ feet area is awarded 3 points.
The application of the _____ depends on the organizing body of basketball. This period shall run for 60, 75, 90 or 100 seconds.
How many points does a player get for each successful shoot?
You may use water bottles as alternative to free weights in exercises needing apparatus.
The indoor court must have a _____ floor surface.
A player is allowed to have two consecutive touches.
This exercise can be done while sitting down. Starting with the arm bent at the elbow, the clenched fist pointing towards the body, the arm is extended down to the side slowly.
_____ refers to the ability of maintaining the proper alignment of joints while going through various ranges of motion.
In the absence of the tallest player, the _____ player does the jump ball.
This pass is executed by gripping the ball on the sides, your thumbs positioned behind the ball. The fingers rotate the ball once thrown and a nice backspin is executed.
This is the lane where players stay during the free throw.
The _____-second rule applies in a game wherein the player is not allowed to remain in the opponent's restricted area for more than the alloted seconds while his team is in possession of the ball.
A basketball game runs for _____ minutes.
The _____ in the volleyball court is made up of flexible rod fiberglass of around 1.80m long and 10mm in diameter.
This exercise position requires you to hold your weights at shoulder level, the palms holding the weights facing towards the body. You raise it to a level where both arms are fully extended.
Only _____ media time-out is allowed in each period.
The tricep pulldown is done by using a pair of free weights or water bottles gripped by both hands.
_____ is an illegal person contact executed by pushing on the opponent's torso.
The line that divides the court into two equal parts.
The muscles of your _____ enables you to pull your shoulders up, down and back.
______ is executed by intentionally getting in the way of the opposing team to see the server of the serving team.
When a pair of opponents commit personal fouls against each other at approximately the same time, it is called a
This refers to the movement of the feet when dribbling or when putting the defense against the opponent.
Before it became volleyball, it was popularized as "_____" because the net divided the court into two.
The team is allowed to substitute a player even if the ball is still in play.
In the jump shot, both feet of the player take off the floor in a _____ jump.
The number of points for every free throw.
The basic skill done by pushing the ball repeatedly to the floor.
The maximum number of seconds a player can stay on the restricted area.
_____ point system is used in scoring the game.
This refers to the tendency of losing muscles as we reach a certain age.
The volleyball cannot be made up of synthetic leather.
The strand of the net is made of strong _____ or nylon strings.
The center circle is ______ m in diameter.
The strand of the net used for volleyball is _____mm thick.
Who brought basketball to the Philippines in 1936?
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