Volleyball Block

Series of elevation drawings of the Volleyball Block performed by assorted volleyball players

A Volleyball Block is aimed to completely stop an attack, making the ball stay in the opponent’s court. This is called offensive, and a well-executed offensive block is done by jumping and reaching with the arms and hands over the net and into the opposing side’s court. This requires anticipating the direction the ball will go once the attack takes place. A defensive or “soft” Block is performed if the goal is to control and deflect the ball up so that it slows down and becomes easier to defend. In a Soft-Block the hands do not enter the opposing side’s court.

Outline silhouette drawings of the Volleyball Block with assorted male and female figures


*Under Development*


Skill Type: Defensive



Drawings include:
Volleyball Block assorted (men, women)


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Volleyball is a team sport in which players use their hands to hit a ball over the net in an attempt to land the ball on the opponent’s ground. Each team of six players has a maximum of three consecutive touches, a rally, to attempt to return the ball across the net.