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How many players on the court at a time for volleyball?
In volleyball, players ______ cross under the net or touch net
In volleyball, rotate ______ before the new server takes position
In volleyball, play your "area" and _______ move freely all over the court
In volleyball, how many hits does each side get?
In volleyball, a side out is a __________
loss of serve
In volleyball, your feet _________ touch the line on a serve
In volleyball, a ball that hits the boundary is considered to be good or bad?
In volleyball, how many attempts does one get per serve?
In volleyball, what type of scoring is when either team may score regardless of who is serving?
In volleyball, what is the scoring?
In volleyball, points are awarded for what?
every side out
First team to _____ points and leading by ____ points wins.
In volleyball, a team must win _____ games to win a Match.
In volleyball, if necessary you can play up to ____ total games.
In volleyball with P.E. RULES, if a ball hits the ceiling and crossed out the net a ____________ is
In volleyball with P.E. RULES, if the ball hits the ceiling and stays on the same side of the net the
can still be played
In volleyball, on a serve the ball ______ contact the net and still go over
What are four fouls in volleyball?
1. Lifting while attempting to set
2. Spiking a serve
3. Palming the ball while attempting to spike
4. Stepping on the boundary line while serving = FOOT FAULT
In a singles match of badminton, how many players are playing?
In a double match of badminton, how many players are playing?
4 players playing at one time with 2 players on each side of the net
In badminton, what is considered one game?
best 2 out of 3 matches equals 1 game
In badminton, all serves must be _________ and travel ___________ across the court
In doubles play in badminton, players must __________ hits.
In badminton, only ______ hit per side of the net is allowed.
In badminton, players ___________ allowed to contact the net or cross over or under the net. This includes the racket.
In badminton, birdies that land on the boundary line are considered to be ______ bounds and _______.
In badminton, games are played to ______ (You __________ have to win by 2 points).
15, do NOT
In badminton, what is the type of shot that the birdie that is hit deep into the opponent's backcourt?
In badminton, what is the type of shot that the birdie that is lightly tapped over the net without using force?
In badminton, what is the type of shot that the birdie that is hit with downward force into the opponents
court, similar to a "spike" in volleyball?
In ping pong, a match is played best __ of __ games.
3 of 5
What does the scoring go to in ping pong to win?
How many points does a person have to win by to win a ping pong match?
When can a player score a point in ping pong?
after each ball is put into play
In ping pong, what is apart of the legal table surface?
back edges of table
Each player serves how many points in a row before serve switches?
When do players switch sides of the table?
after each game
A legal Ping Pong paddle should have a ________ or _______ side.
black or red
In ping pong, the ball should either be ________ or _______ in color.
white or orange
What is a rally in ping pong?
period in which the ball is in play
What is a let in ping pong?
a rally of which is no point is awarded
What is a point in ping pong?
is a rally if which the result is scored
In corn hole, the board is ______ feet from the front to front.
In corn hole, if a bag lands on the board, it is worth how many points?
In corn hole, if a bag lands in the hole, it is worth how many points?
How many bean bags does each team receive for cornhole?
In "doubles" play, the bags are thrown from the ______ side of the court in corn hole.
In cornhole, players will __________ throwing.
In corn hole, equal scoring throws __________ each other out.
What are games played to for corn hole? How many points do you have to win by?
21, by 2
In corn hole, to win you have to get exactly 21. What happens if you go over?
goes back to 15 and play to 21
How many games does a team need to win to win the match?
2 of 3
In corn hole, how do you need to throw the bag?
In corn hole, when a player throws the "bag" they ________ allowed to step past the _______ of the
board. Their complete foot must be _________ the front of the board as the bag releases their hand.
are NOT, front, behind
What are the steps to shooting a ball in basketball?
Feet shoulder width apart, Knees flexed, Shooting hand under the ball on the fingertips, The non-shooting hand is called your GUIDE HAND. This should be placed on the side of the ball, Jump while extending the legs and arms at the same time, Ball should roll off of the shooting hand, Guide hand does not move
In basketball, what should be the only body part touching the ball?
In basketball, the ball should never go higher than your what?
In basketball, do you keep the ball close to your body or away from the body?
close to the body
Where should your eyes remain during a basketball game?
looking up & down the court
In basketball, you should keep your body between the ___________ player your guarding and the
What position in basketball usually is the best dribbler on the team?
What position in basketball usually is the best jump shooter on the team and is the overall
the best scoring player on the team?
What position in basketball is an average scorer? This person can dribble average, shoot average, and can rebound the basketball.
What position in basketball usually is the 2nd tallest player on the team, is a very good rebounder, and usually scores close to the hoop?
What position in basketball usually is the tallest player on the team? This person also is a very good defender and can rebound the basketball very well.
What is the term used in golf when the golfer makes contact with the inside part of the club, and
it usually sends the ball directly to the left?
What is the term used in golf that is another word for double eagle, or when scoring 3 under par
on one hole?
What is the term used in golf when any part of the
ball is touching the putting surface and the number of strokes taken is two fewer than par?
EXAMPLE on a PAR 4, it would be when the ball is on the green in 2 shots.
green in regulation
What is the term used in golf when the ball flies from left to right?
What is the term used in golf when the ball flies from right to left?
What is the term used in golf that relates to the small piece (sometimes large) of turf that comes out when your club makes contact with the ball?
What is the term used in golf that means an unofficial do-over?
What is the term used in golf that is the word you shout as loud as you can when you hit your ball in the direction of another golfer?
In golf, what is another word for a hole in one?
In golf, what is it called when you score one stroke under par?
EXAMPLE: scoring a 2 on a par 3.
In golf, what is it called when your score for the hole equals the listed par for that hole?
In golf, what is it called when you score one stroke above par?
EXAMPLE: scoring a 5 on a par 4.
In golf, what is it called when you score two strokes above par.
EXAMPLE: scoring a 7 on a par 5.
If one works out 3-5 days a week, what is this known as?
What is the term that describes how long an individual works out, time period?
What is the term that describes how hard an individual works out?
What is the term that describes exercises that require INCREASING amounts of oxygen for long
periods of time?
EX: long distance runner
What is the term that describes quick exercises that result in an oxygen debt?
What is the term that describes the ability to move one's body through full range of motion?
What is the term that describes the percent of lean muscle and fat tissue?
What is the term that describes the ability to perform exercises which require increasing amounts of oxygen for extended periods of time?
What is the term that describes the ability to apply a heavy force to a resistance?
Ex: Lifting heavier weights with less repetitions
What is the term that describes the ability to apply force over a sustained period?
Ex: Lifting lighter weights with more repetitions.
What is the term that means to 'yoke' or 'bind' - often interpreted as union (the union of breath, body, and
mind) in yoga?
What is the term that translates as 'seat' but the more modern interpretation of the word denotes
physical postures or poses in yoga?
What is the term that means internal muscular 'locks' that when engaged, support the toning and lifting
of strategic areas of the body in yoga?
What is the term that has the meaning 'wheel' energy centers in the body located between the base of the
spine and the top of the head in yoga?
What is the term for the four limb staff pose or low plank, requires arm, shoulder, and core
strength in yoga?
What is the term that is often thought of as the abdominal muscles in yoga?
What is the term for one of the most common yoga poses, like an inverted V shape in yoga?
What is the term that is the focal point of gazing during meditation or yoga practice in yoga?
What is the term known as yoga for the physical body in yoga? "HA" represents the sun and "THA"
represents the moon.
What is the term that means word, sound, or phrase repeated either out loud (chanting) or in the mind?
Said to increase concentration while meditating.
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