Do You Know The Importance Of Verbal Cues For Teaching Youth Volleyball Skills?
The power of good verbal cues in coaching is the ability to communicate complex thoughts and ideas with single words or short phrases. Teaching your players, a concept and then associating the language (the verbal cue) saves you time when coaching. Importantly, you will quickly become far more effective as a coach. You eliminate having to explain the complex thought each time and how a player is not doing it correctly. Instead, you can just say the “verbal cue” as their coach and the player will know exactly what you are talking about. ®. This results in a cohesive, easy to understand, proven system that allows players to successfully grow because our proprietary concepts, skills, and language build on one another and advance as players advance.
Volleyball1on1 Superior Coaching Systems ® feature proprietary trademarked and copyright protected specific language that you, your staff, and your players are taught giving you an extreme edge over your competition. Every area of coaching a successful high school program is covered from Freshman to Varsity with our Superior Coaching Systems ®.
Volleyball1on1 verbal cues (language) cover all areas of building a volleyball program for ongoing sustainable success, including:
1. Fully Comprehensive and Complete Coaching Systems – Our Volleyball1on1 Summer Camps teach players 70-80% of all the verbal cues they need to know. This is a powerful way to establish your verbal cues and coaching language before your first day of practice. We also offer the entire language of coaching concepts and more in our Volleyball1on1 Coaching Manuals which are exclusively available for only our camp clients.
2. Winning Team Culture, Player Personal Development – We teach you how to develop consistent coaching methods and verbal cues on a high school-wide level that work. This speeds up the learning curve, which creates more space and time to build onto established high school-wide coaching concepts.
3. Staff and Team Communication – We have mapped out when, what, and where you teach each coaching concepts and related verbal cues. You want your players to know your coaching concepts and verbal cues before the big game when it is crunch time.
4. On Court and Off Court Behavior – We teach you to share your verbal cues on paper and in practice on the white board with your players. Then speak, test, and make it your first language.
5. Skill Development and Teamwork – Develop consistent practice plans, practice terms, practice systems, and drills that get results and can be used across high school teams (Freshman, JV, and Varsity). This speeds up your ability as a coach to switch between drills and coaching vs. explaining during practice of what players should be doing, and why.
Proven “Verbal Cue” Secrets for You
- A written set of volleyball coaching cues for each skill that is used by all coaches from Middle School through Freshman, J.V and Varsity.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe your “Winning Team Culture”.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe your “Coaching Standard”.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe your “Playing Standard”.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe “Season Planning”.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe “Video Evaluation”.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe your “Team Communication”.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe “How You Conduct Team Building”.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe your “Practice Planning”.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe “Offensive and Defensive Systems”.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe your “Process of Building A Sustainable Results Based Program”.
- A written set of verbal cues to describe “How You Build Players Of Great Character In Your Program”.