Spikeball Combo Meal
Beach volleyball was once reserved for shirtless dudes and bikini-clad babes who had the foresight to reserve the net or the patience to wait their turn. You, sadly, have neither. And really, who could blame you for not planning ahead for what was supposed to be a laidback day at the beach anyway?
Good thing there’s Spikeball, a portable, no-reservations-required game that’s kinda, sorta like volleyball. In Spikeball, the net is more like a small trampoline that’s placed between two teams of two. Just hit the ball on the net so it bounces up to your opponents who have three chances to bounce it back to you.
- Easy to assemble Spikeball net
- Drawstring carrying bag
- 3 balls
The IdeaHit the ball on the net to your opponents, who have three chances to bounce it back.
The BrainsEngages brain areas important for motor function and hand-eye coordination.
The A-HaWorks just as well on sand, grass, or carpet.
Brain Health Expert Says
The Brain Coach Says
You can serve it, but you better not eat it.
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My favorite beach game
So much fun!! Great beach activity
A growing new sport
Hard, but fun
How To Play
- Assemble the net
- Divide into two teams of two
- Spike a ball on the net to pass it to the other team
- Your team has three hits per possession of the ball before you must serve it back to the other team by spiking it on the net
- The first team to 21 points wins!