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How Low Cost Clubs Operate

Three clubs out of Kansas City operate with most of their fees under $1,000, sometimes well under. Here's how clubs can lower costs while still providing an excellent athlete experience.

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January 31, 2018

The Case Against Accountability

U.S. Men's National Team Head Coach John Speraw is wary of the term accountability. From his perspective it's all too often misinterpreted in a way that does more harm than good.

December 12, 2017

How To Build a Beach Court

Beach volleyball competitions can be held on a natural beach so long as the beach is level and the sand is at least nine inches deep and free from rocks, gravel and other hazardous objects. 

January 6, 2017

Five Keys to a Wicked Jump Float Serve

National team coaches and players weigh in on how to develop a tough, consistent jump float serve.

January 1, 2017

Using Simple Stats and Scouting

Implementing changes or adjustments based on scouting reports can be helpful. Statistics also should be used for practice planning and making adjustments between competitions.

January 1, 2017

The Last Coaches

It's easy for players to remember past experiences and forget how much they liked volleyball. Even after a great season they were still done playing at the competitive level, but why?

January 1, 2017

Training Ownership and Work Ethic in Your Athlete to Improve Your Program

Ownership of the program by the players makes them responsible for the expectations and standards and therefore has the potential to make the program stronger

January 1, 2017

Time Out on the Court

Using a time-out for positive reinforcements

January 1, 2017

The Lost Art of Shot-Making: Giving Hitters Additional Tools for Terminating the Ball

The mindset of a shot-maker is one of great vision and control of both the ball and his or her body.

January 1, 2017

Helping Your Team Handle the Pressure

Ways to help athletes overcome pressure

January 1, 2017

Silence Is Not Always Golden

Communicating on a team

January 1, 2017

Recipe for a Setter

Five ingredients when choosing a setter

January 1, 2017

Developing Complete Players

The importance of each player to a team's success

January 1, 2017

Motivating Young Athletes

Sharing experiences of helping motivate young athletes

January 1, 2017

Intangibles: Taking Heat

Highlight intangible traits, such as: attitude, body language, desire and hustle, communication, leadership, teamwork and motivation

January 1, 2017

High Schools and Their Own Club Teams

Playing to gain experiences and opportunities to excel

January 1, 2017

So You Want to be a Great Defender?! Learn to Read the Hitter!!

Anticipating and reading a situation to be a better defender

January 1, 2017

Give Credit Where Credit is Due

Set an example by showing athletes how to respect each other and give sincere compliments

January 1, 2017

Arcs and Angles

Teaching the fundamental reasoning behind techniques

November 14, 2016

Five Keys to Better Passing

Winning volleyball starts with reliable passing. Here's some advice from five experts on how you can deliver a better ball to your setter.

October 3, 2016

Don’t Skip Band Practice

Band exercises to strengthen shoulders, back and core are key ways to help prevent injury