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Dunes Volleyball Club (Rolling Prairie, IN) shares the Crazy Communication Drill with 4v4, 5v5 and 6v6 variations to get your team communicating, collaborating and developing every skill.
I also stress to my teams and staff the importance of being a good host and handling ourselves well. If people come and don't have a good experience they won't come back.
What a club provides, in terms of physical development, could be the determining factor in choosing one club over another.
So next time you have parents asking you if they think collegiate athletics will impede their children's academic performance, remind them to consider all the positive benefits that come with playing a sport.
Milwaukee Sting shares a serving progression drill to focus on high contact point, a strong hand, strong contact and hips through the ball.
Each Friday, we start practice with a challenge that we come up with that is quick and easy to set up and takes no more than 10 minutes to complete.
The Academy Volleyball Club based out of Indianapolisshares a defensive effort drill to train backcourt players to pursue the ball and play it over the net.
Creating positive experiences, establishing relationships and inspiring learning and growth all encompass the beach lifestyle. It easily engulfs an individual, player, coach and parent around the sport for life.
VCN based in Lincoln, Nebraska, shares a drill that trains out-of-system setting, reading the attacker and defensive movement.
A setter doesn't have to see the blockers move during the play, but can take note immediately after a play and remember what the blockers did in that rotation or against that set.