I'm excited about coaching volleyball skills at two middle school volleyball clinics in Vegas which will be held the second week of June on Monday the 10th to Tuesday the 11th and again later that week on Thursday the 13th and Friday the 14th.
I think the timing is great for these clinics because this Spring was the first time in Vegas that middle school teams were formed to compete against each other in a school league across the city.
Vegas middle school players are finally learning how to play volleyball and compete in school which plenty of youth players in other states have been doing for years.
We are finally catching up.
For many Vegas players it was their first time playing and competing this season and they are looking for opportunities to improve their skills and get better before the next season.
If you are one of these players, then here's your chance!
Don't miss this great opportunity!
A two-day four-session basic skills development clinic in a fun environment for middle school aged players.
This is the perfect opportunity for boy and girl, beginner and experienced players to get in-depth fundamental skill training.
First place award winners of the 2018 NRPS (Nevada Recreation and Park Society) Best Sports Program Award for the Volleyball Voice Boot Camp Class program (April 17, 2018).
Improve Your Volleyball - Middle School Coed Clinic I
Monday, June 10, 2019 and Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Improve Your Volleyball - Middle School Coed Clinic II
Thursday, June 13, 2019 and Friday, June 14, 2019
Chuck Minker Sports Complex, 275 N Mojave Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 229 - 6563 (located at the corner of Stewart/Mojave)
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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We are so excited about the middle schools here in Vegas who are forming teams and participating for the first time in a school volleyball league. . . Hoping that this information can help somebody. . . Here is step-by-step instruction for one of two grips you can choose from, when you pass a ball. . . First Grip Option 1: . . You can first make a fist with your right hand, turning it sideways so you see your thumb on top of your fist. . . Then place that fist of your right hand into the palm of your left hand until, once again your two thumbs meet and are lined up side-by-side. . . Then, you would point both thumbs down towards the ground, tightly holding your the wrists and thumbs of both hands together. . . This forces you to keep both of your elbows straight and will help you maintain a flat platform or flat surface when you contact the ball. . . . I write more in detail about three different grips to use …when passing a ball in my article: Pass A Volleyball Consistently: Three Ways To Hold Your Hands To Pass (https://www.improveyourvolley.com/pass-a-volleyball.html) . . .
Do you have a great story about taking (or your daughter/son) taking one of our Volleyball Voice Boot Camp Classes? Were you/they scared at the beginning? Were you/they sore the first week? Were you/they able to set their goals and meet them? Did you/they make the team they wanted to make? Did you/they learn life lessons while learning how to play? We invite you to share your story!
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