NocVolleyball - Nocatee Youth Volleyball In Ponte Vedra, Florida With Volleyball1on1 And Andor Gyulai

Volleyball1on1 is excited to announce Nocatee Youth Volleyball Classes (NocVoleyball) Tuesdays & Thursdays at the Nocatee Community Park in Ponte Vedra, Florida.  Volleyball1on1 is the leading innovator in USA youth volleyball coaching. Co-Founder Andor Gyulai is a pioneer in the sport of volleyball and a world-renowned celebrity coach who will be instructing all youth players at these classes alongside his own kids (Top USA Volleyball Athletes) directly on Volleyball1on1’s Superior Coaching Systems ®. These coaching systems help your youth volleyball player who work with us become:

“Excellent goal-setting, communicative, self-directed, critical thinking, lifelong learners who thrive in competition and under pressure, who know how to work as individuals and / or with a team as a member or a leader while being fair and considering others.”

This program offers best in class coaching and an excellent introduction to volleyball while also helping advance current volleyball youth players significantly in their skill set. Attendees will be well prepared to make their middle school or high school team while also developing a life-long love of volleyball.

NocVolleyball is located just south of the dog park between the dog park and the soccer field East of the restroom. The location offers free parking right in front of the grass volleyball courts and for parents with other younger kids the location also has a great playground next door and beautiful walking paths. The class, located near Nocatee Town Center, means parents, can run out for a quick bite to eat, run an errand, or do some grocery shopping during class. For parents who want to get some sun, come enjoy a scenic outdoor trail or bring a chair and come watch and learn in beautiful St. Johns County.

Spring Class Schedule:

Tuesday & Thursday, April 21st – June 2nd
(12 Sessions – Tuesday & Thursday)

4th - 7th Grade
Tuesdays & Thursdays
3:45 pm - 4:30 pm
(Boys & Girls)

8th Grade & High School
Tuesdays & Thursdays
4:30 pm - 6 pm
(Boys & Girls)

4th-7th Grade Class
First Time Drop-In Rate
$20 - 1 Class Only

4th-7th Grade Class
Drop-In Rate
$35 - 1 Class Only

8th Grade+ Class
First Time Drop-In Rate
$20 - 1 Class Only

8th Grade+ Class
Drop-In Rate
$40 - 1 Class Only

4th-7th Grade Class
Package Rate $25 / Class
10 Class Minimum

($250)

Spring Season (12 Sessions)
Every Tuesday and Thursday
April 21 - June 2.

($280)

8th Grade+ Class
Package Rate $30 / Class
10 Class Minimum

($300)

Spring Season (12 Sessions)
Every Tuesday and Thursday
April 21 - June 2.

($300)

* For rain policy and other information, see below.
** Can I sign-up and pay on location? Yes, but this is not preferred, for planning.

NocVolleyball - Nocatee Youth Volleyball In Ponte Vedra, Florida Exclusive Benefits:

Why Grass Volleyball
vs. Indoor Volleyball

It’s Bigger Than Volleyball ®

Skill Development
- Learn From The Best!

VPT– Volleyball Pattern Training ®

Andor Gyulai
World Class Coaching

Volleyball1on1
Leading Innovator

Why Grass Volleyball vs. Indoor Volleyball – Whether your kids are athletes or not, they likely love playing in the park on the grass with their friends. NocVolleyball leverages and builds on this outdoor love to help your kids develop as athletes and develop a lifelong love of sports and volleyball. We like to say: “Keep Playing!” Our belief is the opportunity to experience volleyball outdoors, under the sun, with your friends, is one of the best experiences we can offer as a coach or parent to “Keep Playing!”

But Grass Volleyball at NocVolleyball offers many other benefits. Grass volleyball tends to only have 2, 3 or 4 players on each team. Our goal is only 2 players per team. Compare this to most indoor practice / teams with 6 players, this means your child touches the ball many more times with grass volleyball. More touches on the ball means more skill development. In addition, this is purposeful skill development in all the skills which most coaches would tell you is preferred. More touches equal more fun and more “PLAY!”

Grass volleyball also helps us to keep the class cost down which we can pass onto you by not having to pay gym fees, plus the ability to expand our number of courts as needed practice to practice. This provides an extremely high-quality youth volleyball class for the best value for your dollar in youth volleyball coaching. For beginning volleyball players, NocVolleyball is a great way to introduce your kids to the awesome life-long sport of volleyball versus investing thousands of dollars to learn indoor volleyball at a club.

It’s Bigger Than Volleyball ®

At Volleyball1on1 we deeply believe volleyball and sports are a vehicle for teaching important life lessons for success in life. We believe most coaches and parents are “like minded” in this pursuit of helping their children develop life and career skills through sports.

Co-founders of Volleyball1on1 Andor Gyulai and Vanessa Summers-Gyulai are deeply passionate about impacting the lives of youth in powerfully positive ways through their Franchise Like, Superior Coaching Systems ®, which include “It’s Bigger Than Volleyball” ®. Andor and Vanessa help Middle School, High School Varsity Head Coaches and their staff launch and manage their youth coaching systems to develop volleyball players in their program to be:

“Excellent goal-setting, communicative, self-directed, critical thinking, lifelong learners who thrive in competition and under pressure, who know how to work as individuals and / or with a team as a member or a leader while being fair and considering others.”

These same Franchise-Like, Superior Coaching Systems ® will be applied at NocVolleyball and discussed often with you through our ongoing parent meetings of youth players who attend NocVolleball classes so parents can reinforce these systems at home.

Skill Development – Andor Gyulai, Nocatee Volleyball lead instructor is one of the top skill development coaches in the world. Beyond having many of the most popular videos in the world on YouTube in this area, Andor has been invited to present as the keynote speaker at the Florida Volleyball Coaches Association, Ohio Volleyball Coaches Association, Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association, New Mexico Volleyball Coaches Association, Missouri Volleyball Coaches Association, and The South Dakota Volleyball Coaches Association. Further, he has also presented regularly at the annual American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) convention – the largest convention of volleyball coaches in the world. Below are two videos of Andor presenting a few of the most popular volleyball instructional videos in the world on YouTube.

VPT– Volleyball Pattern Training ® – Regardless of the sport we as humans function best when we use good “Movement Patterns. “Bad Form” or a “Bad Movement Pattern” is either unsafe, inefficient or both. Bad form can lead to injury plus does not help maximize use of the body’s full potential.

VPT– Volleyball Pattern Training ® overcomes this by teaching good movement patterns while also teaching volleyball skills. Examples include a squat while passing, or good throwing form while hitting. Players will also learn how to identify and solve injuries as they happen for long-term overall body health and fitness.

Andor As An Expert – Andor Gyulai is a pioneer in the sport of volleyball and Co-Founder of Volleyball1on1, the leading innovator in USA youth volleyball coaching. His legacy as an expert celebrity 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 also one of the most popular YouTube volleyball coaches in the world on “Volleyball Spiking Technique” with more than three million views.

Volleyball1on1 As USA Youth Volleyball Coaching Leading Innovator – Volleyball1on1 offers the first Franchise like “Superior Coaching Systems” ® to help coaches successfully establish and launch a set of standards and systems for delivering success repeatedly as a High School Varsity Head Coach for building your program, similar to a business “Franchise-like” system. This system makes a new coach good quick and a seasoned coach great.

Many of these systems will be taught to your youth volleyball players at NocVolleyball by Andor Gyulai himself who developed all Volleyball1on1 Systems with his business partner and wife Vanessa Summers-Gyulai. Coaching systems include:
What Great Looks Like! ® : Coaching Standard, Playing Standard, & Winning Culture. It’s Bigger Than Volleyball! ®, Whole Person Growth ®, Read The Game, Slow The Game, And Eliminate Pressure ®, Do Your Share ®, C.A.R.E. – Connect, Ask, Recognize, Empathize. ®, Vision Training Toolkit ®, S.O.S. – Stress Output Score ®, Bump Up ®, VPT – Volleyball Pattern Training ®, OODA Loop Peak Performance Vision Training Blue Print ©, Volleyball1on1 Team Building Pyramid ©, Volleyball1on1 Player Empowerment Cards ©, Volleyball1on1 Game Plan Offense Poster ©, Volleyball1on1 Practice Outline Poster ©, and the 2022 Volleyball1on1 Indoor And Beach Coaching Manuals.

Volleyball1on1 Historic Milestones:
In 2009 Andor and Vanessa launched the first ever volleyball video coaching web site in the world. Volleyball1on1.com features the top names in the sport of volleyball from Olympic Gold Medalists, NCAA MVP’s, AVP, and FIVB winners with their extensive 2500+ video library of indoor and outdoor beach content with the best coaches and players in the world sharing their insider tips, techniques, and winning strategies. A few of the top volleyball coaches in the world Andor has directly worked with include: Al Scates, Alan Knipe, Bill Ferguson, Brian Gimmillaro, Gary Sato, and Sinjin Smith.

In 2014 Volleyball1on1 launched the first ever “Volleyball Coaches Camp” in combination with their acclaimed USA High School Volleyball1on1 Summer Camps for high school players. High School Varsity Head Coaches and their staff learn in their camps to leapfrog their coaching and programs with Volleyball1on1’s “Franchise Like” Superior Coaching Systems ®.

“Volleyball1on1.com is the best solution to all of your volleyball questions from A to Z. Parents, players, coaches and fans, Volleyball1on1.com can help take you to the next level through their instructional coaching videos, drills, scholarship information, and more.”

– Gary Sato, (USA Men’s Head Coach, Japan Men’s Head Coach, USA – Youth U21 Boys Head Coach, USC Head Coach, Youth Boys and Girls Club Coach)

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Living in Florida, rain is an inevitable part of life when planning outdoor events. Depending on the rain level, volleyball will often continue during very light rain or after it has just rained. If for some reason we need to cancel multiple volleyball classes (Beyond 5 For 18 Class Sessions) we will review opportunities for make-up classes.

Being prepared for outdoor sports activity is key for success. This includes: Hat, Sunglasses, Sunblock, and Water / Gatorade.

“Winners Stay On!” – This is an important part of our team culture and something we teach in our classes. Our belief is that competition makes everyone better, and in our practice / classes we compete, and teach kids to compete. That said, part of our practice will involve players competing against other players. Better players will go up in courts and lower skilled players will go down in courts. With newer players, we will try keep them close to players of their own age first before focusing on just their skill level. Boys and girls will also often mix and compete together. We find until age 14 girls can compete physically on the same level as boys. After age 14 we find girls often have such an advantage from starting earlier than boys, they still beat them. Many girls still want to compete with boys all the way until 18 and after.

We believe that the net height should change for younger players in order to promote good form. This means lowering the net so your child can spike over the net even at a young age. The net height will change based upon the skill level and age of the court on which they train at NocVolleyball. For most players we will adjust the net height at about the bottom of their hand.

Our goal is between 8-10 players per court, but this will change to as low as 4 players per court depending on the day. We will often divide the courts in half so that we can play two games simultaneously on the same net so that we can maximize contacts on the ball. We also encourage newer players to play on a smaller court. This encourages more touches and this type of play is better for skill development.

Yes, we will offer other resources including: instructional videos, coaching tools and more. These will be developed and added as we get the program more established and we uncover the needs of the players.

Andor Gyulai will make himself available briefly before and after each practice. Please be thoughtful and courteous by keeping questions short and to the point. If you are interested in bigger questions about the long term future of your daughter or sons volleyball career or getting a scholarship, please understand that we could possibly help within the following framework: 1) We need to first build a working relationship together over the course of at least one season. 2) Thoughtfulness matters, quick questions are fine, but longer discussions need to be put on pause until the appropriate time. 3) Andor can set up a paid consulting call at $300 / hour if you want to take your time and get answers to your full satisfaction.

Andor Gyulai does not offer private lessons as his rate is $300 / hour. We do offered lessons with our trained Volleyball1on1 / Nocatee instructors if this is what you require. We will add more details as private lessons are requested.

We suggest all players purchase a 4 Pound Medicine Ball. This ball will be used for training setting, passing and VPT – Volleyball Pattern Training. The ball can be purchased on Amazon for about $25. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01CKHE45W/

Volleyball1on1 is unique in that we have a proven systems called: Superior Coaching Systems ® and Whole Person Growth ® to teach valuable life lessons which we call: It’s Bigger Than Volleyball! ®

Volleyball1on1 will be hosting a parents meeting May 19th, at 6 pm to help educate you on our coaching systems. The goal of this parent meeting is so that you can reinforce these systems at home so we can work together to help your child in the best manor possible.

For players and parents looking to see if their child likes volleyball and the class, we offer a discounted one time drop-in rate of $20. Parents can signup online and then attend the class that best fits their schedule. We encourage players and parents to drop-in sooner that later as friendships are being build in class, skills are being taught and most players who drop-in choose to continue with the class.

Andor Gyulai is well connected in the volleyball community. On Thursday May 19th Olympic Gold Medalist Phil Dalhausser will be joining us at NocVolleyball. Post practice, May 19th, at 6:30 pm we will be hosting a parent meeting with Andor Gyulai and Phil Dalhausser on “Better Parenting Through Sports.”

We hope all current NocVolleyball parents attend.

* If you are not a regular NocVolleyball class attendee you can attend this one off session with Phil at the Regular Class Drop-In Rate of $35 – $40.