2009 Volleyball1on1 Launches The First Ever Volleyball Video Coaching Web Site Online
In 2009 Volleyball1on1 Co-Founders, Andor Gyulai and Vanessa Summers-Gyulai launched Volleyball1on1.com, the first ever volleyball video coaching web site online. Volleyball1on1.com quickly helped catapult the popularity of volleyball coaching and playing with their web site providing global access to their extensive 3000+ instructional video library of the best coaches and players in the world sharing their insider tips, techniques, and winning strategies. Co-Founder of Volleyball1on1.com Andor Gyulai has collaborated, directed, and interviewed the top volleyball coaches and players in the world, such as Al Scates, Alan Knipe, Brian Gimmillaro, Gary Sato, and Sinjin Smith.
Andor Gyulai is considered a pioneer in the sport of volleyball and a leading innovator in USA youth volleyball coaching. His legacy as an expert volleyball coach includes over 50,000 hours and 28 years of coaching experience working with the absolute best coaches and players in the sport of volleyball. Andor is one of the most popular You Tube volleyball coaches in the world on “Volleyball Spiking Technique” with more than three million views.
Vanessa Summers-Gyulai is author of three financial books, “The Girl’s Guide to Money & Investing”, “Buying Solo – The Single Woman’s Guide to Buying a Home”, and “The Yoga of Money”. She has been profiled on National television shows on NBC, CBS, Fox, CNBC, and more.
2014 Volleyball1on1 Launches The First-Ever “Franchise-like” Youth Coaching System
Since 2014 Volleyball1on1 has become the leading innovator In USA youth volleyball coaching with the launch of their proprietary “Franchise-like” coaching systems taught at all Volleyball1on1 Camps.
Volleyball1on1’s “Superior Coaching Systems” ® help successfully establish and launch a set of standards and systems for delivering success repeatedly as a High School Varsity Head Coach and / or Club Director for building your program, similar to a business “Franchise-like” system. This system makes a new coach good quick and a seasoned coach great.