South End Volleyball is excited to offer our 3rd season of SOUTH BEACH VOLLEYBALL Training for Spring and Summer 2022
To receive updates please register or you can email Clittleman@highline.edu.
SOUTH BEACH VOLLEYBALL REGISTRATION
Where: "THE NEST" - Highline College Volleyball Courts.
For any questions Email Clittleman@highline.edu
All Training will be led by University of Washington Beach Volleyball Coach Chris Littleman
Highline College Indoor/ Beach Volleyball Coach Jeff Mcdonald
May 31st - June 30th
July 5th- August 4th
-Tuesday and Thursday 530pm - 8:00pm
COST AND PAYMENTS
Cost and payment will be split into two sessions.
First payment will not be required till first training day.
If you need to make a payment plan please email email@example.com
We do have some fundraising opportunities to keep cost down. Please ask
|SOUTH BEACH VOLLEYBALL
May 31st -June 30th
July 5th - August 4th
Full Summer One Time Payment $800
All players will receive SOUTH BEACH Volleyball T-shirt:
Why every girl should start playing beach volleyball?
Beach volleyball for junior girls is exploding in popularity due to its popularity in the Olympics and due to the new scholarships being offered at top universities across the US. The term “beach volleyball” is the actual sport that our Olympic athletes compete in across the world.
Will beach volleyball improve your indoor game?
Yes. The advantage of playing beach volleyball is that a player must be able to perform every skill. To be successful at beach volleyball a player must be able to pass, set, hit, serve, and play defense. It forces the players to develop their weaker skills. It also requires players to cover more of the court on serve receive and on defense and this teaches players to read the hitter and control the ball.
How does beach volleyball improve your physical attributes and make you a better indoor player?
Moving in the sand and jumping in the sand is much more difficult than in indoor, so playing beach volleyball can help you develop a stronger jump and make you quicker on defense because you’re under constant resistance in the sand.