Top definition. verbal volleyball. unknown. To argue back and forth with another, lobbing insults while doing so. Nick: "Mary, we fucked, but I never promised you anything more, so stop being such a cunt." Mary: "You're nothing but a two-timing low-life sign maker, Nick." Nick: "If you want to continue this game of verbal volleyball, it'll have to be later, honey.
A verbal commitment is better than no commitment insofar as most athletes end up signing with the school to which they're verbally committed. That said, until the signature is on the LOI, athletes and coaches are free to act as they wish, furthermore, they should do what's in their best interest at all times.
Unlike the NLI, verbally committing doesn’t mean you will receive that offer or an offer at all. A college coach can retract a verbal commitment or change the offer at any point. Additionally, athletes can back out at any time.
The relative effectiveness of verbal versus visually-enhanced feedback was compared for teaching spiking in volleyball. Factors that might produce a greater effect using visually-enhanced feedback were examined. In addition, the current study sought to explore thoughts that participants had while learning to spike. Two outcome measures
Posted on May 9, 2016. Every week at PrepVolleyball.com, we announce the intention of dozens of players to attend and play for the college or university of their choice. That intention is expressed in the first instance, most of the time, by the making of a ‘verbal commitment.’. In the world of collegiate recruiting and scholarships, the term ‘commitment’ has been thrown about so often that I believe we’ve forgotten what it truly means.
Many verbal commitments happen when an athlete follows up with a coach via email or a phone call. It is a good idea to back up the verbal commitment in some written form.
It is the first referees duty to prevent the teams from approaching the sanctioning level by issuing a verbal orhand signal warning. The warning should be given to the team member through the team captain. This warning is not a sanction and has no immediate consequences.
Play is not continuous in volleyball like it is in soccer, which allows ample time for simple verbal warnings for trifling ‘offenses’ that don’t merit (or don’t yet merit) further recognition. I’ve also seen it said that volleyball intentionally tries to have a higher level of decorum, less salacious than soccer.
However screening or blocking the line of sight is actually illegal in volleyball. With that being said there is a rather loose interpretation of this rule. What I mean by this is players are allowed to group together and raise their arms as long as the receiving team has a clear line of sight to the server and or service flight path.