For young athletes, maintaining a positive body image is difficult at the best of times, but when a competitive team atmosphere is added into the mix, that positivity can become even harder.
Boys volleyball is the fastest growing high school sport in the country, and hundreds of clubs across the country provide opportunities to improve and have fun.
Club tryouts are generally held in the fall, and the club season kicks off in earnest January of every year.
The junior club season culminates in June each year when 6,000 boys from 12-18 compete at the USA Volleyball Boys Junior National Championships. With so many courts active at once, it’s a memorable and exciting experience.
Gameday anxiety is common among all athletes. It's important to help your team manage those worries. Here are a few tips to help your team treat matches like little more than practice.