Many positions in football require very little skill—mostly simply size. There is no room for an inexperienced player in volleyball; all players must be skillful. Volleyball in general is therefore more difficult.
The ball is heavier and takes longer to handle than a football, so more skills are needed from your teammates and you as an individual. You can't just rush up field every time you get the ball; you need to use your brain as well as your muscles to find open spaces on the court.
There are two ways to score in volleyball: with attacks and blocks. In an attack, any member of your team can hit the ball over the net into the opposing team's court. The more members of your team that can play defense at the same time, the better chance you have of scoring. If the opposition stops your attack, you need another one soon otherwise you will lose the point.
Blocks are when one of your teammates saves a ball over the net by hitting it back across the court. Only players who are standing behind the service line can block, and they do so by using their arms and legs. Blocks can only save certain types of attacks; if they don't stop any other player from getting the ball, then they are useless.
Why Is Volleyball a Difficult Sport? Volleyball is a sport that requires practice. Volleyball is a sport that requires physical ability to be refined at higher levels of play. To compete well, you must improve your agility, speed, and strength. Agility will aid with leaping and mobility on the court. Speed will help you get from one side of the court to the other in anticipation of spikes from your opponents' balls. Strength is needed to handle the ball over your head and use your body to block shots.
Volleyball is difficult because it requires you to be aggressive while being careful not to hurt your teammates or opponents. If you are not careful when blocking shots, you can cause serious injuries such as torn ligaments or muscles. If you are not fast enough to get out of the way of a speeding ball, you could be hit by it and seriously injured. Being aggressive without knowing what kind of move your opponent is going to make next can lead to many problems for you and your team.
However, despite the fact that it is a very physical game, volleyball is also a highly skilled sport. You need to be able to jump high, have good hand-eye coordination, and know how to use your body to protect yourself and your teammates.
Over time, experience helps you become more efficient and capable of playing better volleyball. There are always new challenges to face on the court, so try not to get bored!
Volleyball has a higher learning curve than other sports. When opposed to sports like soccer or basketball, where everyone may come up with their own unique manner of tossing or kicking a ball, the game might appear to be quite tough to take up because appropriate tactics are required to make the game fun. However, just like any other sport, if you give it enough time and practice, you will be able to play efficiently.
In addition, unlike many other sports that rely mainly on muscle memory and can thus be played by anyone who has done any type of physical activity in their life, volleyball requires brains as well as muscles. For example, it is important to recognize when to attack and when to defend so as not to give your opponent opportunities to score points.
However, despite its apparent complexity, once you understand the basic principles behind the game, playing it becomes much easier. All things considered, volleyball is a very good sport for people who like to have fun while being active at the same time.
If you're interested in learning more about this sport, here are some books that may help: "The Official Rules of Professional Volleyball" by the AVS and "Learn to Play Pro Volleyball" by Steve Hetzel.