This past weekend was a very exciting weekend in our family as my son Thor competed in his first USA Beach Volleyball Tryouts. I heard about the tryouts a month and a half ago and that players were being accepted into the program from as young an age as 10 for their U13 program. This…
Volleyball parents – how to deal with, support, and communicate effectively with parents of volleyball players.
The Millennial Coaching Challenge Millennials offer many unique coaching challenges! Badly executed “Positive Reinforcement” may be one of the biggest mistakes most coaches make when coaching this generation. The importance of recognizing excellence vs. positive reinforcement is an important coaching concept that I feel many coaches and parents miss when developing great volleyball players and…
It is possible that you have assembled the most talented, wildly gifted volleyball team of your coaching career. You know all the tricks, all the right drills and the perfect amount of reps to get your team prepared for the upcoming season, which is sure to be a rousing success. Except it’s possible that none…
This is a great video for young players looking to play college volleyball. In it Wes offers great advice that we have never heard before for players looking to play college volleyball.
Tom tells how great learners are tested, push through harder levels, then achieve success. Plus he shares a funny story from his first year at LMU as a coach. This story is extremely revealing as it shows Tom Black’s focus on the process rather than the end result. Watch the video and see if you agree.
this video Bill offers advice for young players looking to get scholarships in college and play at a higher level. With Bill background coaching college and club there are few that can offer better advice on the subject. On top of that there are few coaches that have helped as many players as Bill get scholarships to play at D1 schools.
In this video Brian Gimmillaro offers honest valuable advice for junior volleyball players looking to play indoor and sand volleyball in college. Brian having coached some of the greatest players of all know a thing or two and his advice is spot on and definitely worth listening too.
Al gives his best advice for girls and boys players who want to reach the collegiate level on a scholarship.
Al Scates UCLA Mens Head Coach – all time most NCAA men’s volleyball championships.
Al reflects on his mentors and how they taught him to make it fun for the players to come to practice. Plus how a mentor made him concentrate on getting his masters degree and his relationship with legendary basketball coach John Wooden.