Volleyball can be played in a variety of ways and Sports Unlimited aims to provide you with anything you would need for any of the ways you want to play. Setting up a net in your backyard for fun barbecues and summer games is an easy and inexpensive way to get active, have fun, and do it right in your own yard. Beach volleyball is great when you can head over to the courts with a ball and enjoy an ocean-front view right on the sand. Indoor volleyball is often found in high school gymnasiums where things can get pretty competitive. Indoor volleyball systems require some serious heavy duty equipment compared to your backyard net. Sports Unlimited has a huge variety of both indoor and outdoor volleyball nets and systems for you to choose from to make sure you are getting what works best for you.
Other than nets and systems, volleyball clearly requires a volleyball and which kind of ball depends on where you're playing. Beach volleyballs are totally different from indoor volleyballs, which makes it important to select the right ball for the style of game you are playing. Usually for backyard games, all you'll need is the net and a ball and you're ready to go, but indoor volleyball requires a bit more gear. Playing on the hard-court, at minimum, you'll want some knee pads to save yourself some awful burns and scrapes. If you're really getting into the competitive spirit of volleyball, you may also want to take a look at volleyball shoes, specialized to thrive on the court.
By Cheryl from Georgia on January 9, 2015
can we use the same net for badminton?
By Customer Service on January 12, 2015
Answer:Badminton nets are smaller and lower than volleyball nets. If you are just playing recreationally, you may be able to lower your volleyball net to use. Otherwise, you should purchase a badminton net.