The series will feature educational videos on topics ranging from coaching to defensive schemes to officiating. Top volleyball coaches and National Team Development Program leaders will share knowledge with USAV members and the rest of the volleyball community.
Give coaches and athletes tips, tools and ideas to better themselves on and off the court
To give individuals a positive learning experience
Provide all participants with an online community to learn from some of the top minds in volleyball
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USAVlearn | Live Q & A Replay featuring Cecile Reynaud
USA Volleyball Board of Directors Chair/President Cecile Reynaud talks about her role with USA Volleyball, coaching at Florida State University and more!
U.S. Women's National Team athlete Jordan Larson knows that the best way to reach your full potential is to step outside your comfort zone during training. Being open to your coaches' feedback is critical in this regard.
U.S. Women's National Team athlete Rachael Adams heard "Be a Sponge" all the time in high school. Being a sponge - listening to critiques and welcoming lessons and observations from others - was critical for her development as a player.
U.S. Women's National Team athlete Kelsey Robinson explains how focusing on your teammates around you not only elevates the play of your team, but it will also make you better and more valuable on and off the court.
U.S. Beach National Team athlete Jake Gibb teaches newer players how to handle pressure on and off the court. He recommends focusing intently on a particular object - he uses the ball - to push away nervous energy.
U.S. Men's National Team athlete Erik Shoji reminds you that reaching out for help, be it on the court, in school or anywhere else, is a strength rather than a weakness. It shows a desire to improve that others will recognize and appreciate.
Tama Miyashiro, assistant coach for the U.S. Women's National Team, discusses the team's passing philosophy and concepts through an individual teaching approach while also providing coaches with insights and best practices for teaching passing.
Keegan Cook, head coach of the 2020 USAV Girls Youth National Team, presents a collection of decisions, movements and system plays by our U.S. Women’s National Team which gives their team the best chance to win the rally.
Erin Virtue, assistant coach for the U.S. Women's National Team, covers the basic tools every offensive coordinator needs to run an effective offense. Learn how to stress blocking schemes by asking meaningful questions and preparing your quarterbacks.
Jimmy Stitz, strength and conditioning coach for the U.S. Women's National Team, outlines the weight room aspect of long-term athletic development for volleyball and covers the progressions associated with all levels of player development.
Jacque Scaramella and Brooke Lamphere discuss body image and mindful eating in elite sport and emphasize how athletes and coaches can work collaboratively toward improving awareness and building positive relationships with their bodies and food to support performance.
Peter Vint, USA Volleyball's Chief of Sport, chats with U.S. Men's Sitting National Team assistant coach Joe Skinner about optimal practice design, athlete learning processes and several other coaching topics.
Andrea Becker, Sport Psychologist for the U.S Men's National Team, discusses her role with the MNT and about what sports psychology can do for an individual or a team with USA Volleyball communications manager B.J. Evans.
Former U.S. Men's National Team player Reid Priddy and author Simon Sinek discuss the importance of "discovering your why" - finding motivations for your actions - and other concepts that Sinek has taught through his books, lectures and conversations.
Former U.S. Men's National Team athlete and current U.S. Beach National Team coach, discusses his transition from playing indoor volleyball to coaching beach volleyball. Rich also talks about how the U.S. Beach National Teams qualify for the Olympics.