Coaching quotes volleyball players that're incoming freshman student athletes need to understand is…
in order to reach your “next level” you… have … no choice… but.. to….STOP Making Excuses…and learn how to be prepared for anything.. by being willing to do the “dirty work”… do what others around you are not willing to do.
That’s what will set you apart. That’s what learning to be GREAT .. . really is.
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There’s no choice when it comes to being great - great players just do it!
So let’s stop making excuses and start putting in the work. Always shoot for greatness and lead for impact! 💥
Name it! Claim it! Frame it!
University of Miami basketball head coach, Jim Larrañaga has great coaching quotes volleyball coaches and players need to hear about how visualization helps you in practice and in matches.
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University of Miami head coach, Jim Larrañaga has his Miami Hurricanes in the Final Four.
Here he shares how he had his players visualize where they wanted to be and what success looked like for them.
With a clear goal in mind, you still need to be working towards it every day. Without a goal, it’s easy to get sidetracked.
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These are not easy conversations.. and every now and then they may cost you a relationship….but in the long run you can only hope that they hear you (as a coach) and eventually with time realize.. you’re doing it and saying it .. in order to
✔️Be in their corner when others pretend to be
.. through the good, the bad and the ugly.
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Coach Kelvin Sampson drops some truth bombs about what it takes to succeed in basketball and sports at the college level. 🏀
As the Head Coach of Houston Mens Basketball, he knows the importance of being honest with his players.
So, can the Houston Cougars win the March Madness tournament? Only time will tell! 🔥
Mary loveb volleyball, period.
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Catching up with LOVB friend and advisor @gatormary 🧡
Mary Wise has been the head coach at @gatorsvb for 32 years. One of the most storied volleyball coaches in NCAA Division I history, Mary’s accomplishments are unprecedented. Mary has coached the Gators to 25 SEC titles, 32 consecutive NCAA tournament appearances, eight Final Fours, 15 SEC Coach of the Year honors, and two trips to the NCAA Championship Match. She is the only female coach to appear in more than one national semifinal, and the first Division I female coach to reach 1,000 career wins in NCAA volleyball history.
Coach Wise shares some lessons learned on her journey and the differences she’s noticed in volleyballs popularity. She points out the opportunity for fan bases to follow their favorite athletes beyond college, and the excellent role models these athletes can be for young girls everywhere.
🎥 @gatorsvb @iowavolleyball
She said what she said…🔥🔥🔥
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MIC. DROP. 🎤🔥
Las Vegas Aces head coach Becky Hammon was absolutely spitting facts about women’s sports naysayers this past weekend at the NCAA Women’s March Madness Final Four. 🏀😤
“If Lebron James, Steph Curry and all these people want to come to our games, why can’t Joe Schmoe down at the YMCA appreciate what these women can do on a night in and night out basis.” Couldn’t have said it better ourselves. 🙌
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I share alot of individual, partner and easy-to-do volleyball serving drills we do in class with my followers.
Many of these volleyball practice drills you can do at home by yourself or try at your next practice with your teammates.
If you're a B team or JV player trying to make varsity next year...your goal should be to complete 1000 reps a day of at least three of the basic skills on your own...volleyball passing, serving and setting should be at the top of the list.
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