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Volleyball is a fun way to get in shape with friends while developing strength and hand-eye coordination, and having your own volleyball means you're always ready for a game. The size and weight of the volleyball you should buy both depend on who's using it. For very young children, opt for an oversized, lightweight ball. These training balls help kids hone their skills without putting too much strain on developing muscles. Once kids are around eight years old, they should switch to an official size but lightweight ball to further develop their skills. Only once they're in their teens should children start using an official size and weight volleyball. Also, be aware there are differences between balls intended for indoor and outdoor use. Outdoor volleyballs are usually brightly colored, are less pressurized than indoor balls, and are made of materials that don't absorb moisture.
When choosing the material of your volleyball, note that rubber volleyballs are intended more for playground or outdoor use and not for competition. Leather volleyballs are the highest grade are intended for indoor use. Harder balls can be more difficult to play with, although some players prefer them. Composite and synthetic volleyballs are best for practice, not competition.