Session III Winter Training:
Sunday start time for 12 & Under Session returns to 5:30 PM! No changes to this start time are anticipated for the remainder of Session III Training.
Spring, Summer and Fall Training Sessions by The Courts VBC Staff will be posted shortly!
2013-2014 Winter All-Skills Training Program Begins November 8th!
Friday and/or Sundays
SESSION I - Nov 8th - Dec 15th (5 Weeks)
SESSION II - Jan 10th - Feb 16th (6 Weeks)
SESSION III - Feb 28 - Apr 13 (6 Weeks)
THE COURTS Volleyball Club (VBC) was established for athletes, ages 8 thru 14, who 1) want to transition from recreational to competitive volleyball; or 2) those athletes who try out for a competitive junior volleyball “club”, but do not make a team; or 3) those athletes involved in other sports or activities and who want quality fundamental training to improve their individual skills and understanding of competitive team system volleyball, so they can compete for a position on their school teams.
Our training sessions are designed to go beyond teaching just “ball” skills. Players will also be trained on mentally processing the seeing, thinking, decision-making and movement dynamics ("on-ball" and "off-ball") associated with playing team system volleyball. In Sessions I and II of our popular Winter Training, players will train in groups sorted by ability. The training focus of groups will be developing proper individual fundamentals and team play system basics. In Session III, players will be trained like a junior club team. The focus will be to prepare teams to compete in organized scrimmages or competitive events against junior club or other developmental teams.
Parents may select once per week training (Fridays or Sundays) or twice peer week training (Fridays and Sundays). You have a choice to register for one, two or all three sessions, though priority acceptance for the Session III Team System Training will be give to those players who have participated in Sessions I and/or II. Participation may be limited to help ensure the coach-to-player ratio remains consistent with our training philosophy.