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Spark VBT

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Our SparkVBT program is broken into skill levels for the most effective training sessions! Please see below for Level A-C descriptions and the difference between Small/Large group sessions. This will help to guide your player is in a session that meets their Volleyball needs and that they receive proper instruction.


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Calvary Baptist - Skills Training Sessions $25/walk-in

Blitz Gym - Sunday Skills Training Sessions
(Levels A/B) 
$25/walk-in


Skills Training Sessions with Coach Michael


Setting Clinics with Coach Carlee


Additional Training Sessions

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Level A: Players that have 0 to 1 years of experience being trained and playing at a recreational beginner level and some or new to club volleyball.  This level is for  developing skills and the player is not consistent in the essential Volleyball skills.  Inconsistent serves, inconsistent passes, etc.


Level B: Players that have 1-2 years of experience being trained and playing at the intermediate club level.  A player meeting the standards for Level B will be fairly consistent in the essential Volleyball skills but looking for more advanced training.  For example, the player can serve consistently but would like to learn to jump serve, to serve angles and spot serving.


Level C: Players that have played club volleyball for 2-5 years AND/OR have earned a position on a 1 level team.  This is an advanced player with a high level of experience.  A player meeting the standards for Level C will be proficient in the essential Volleyball skills.  This player is looking to make small adjustments to their technique and learning additional strategies for the game.  This advanced player wants to improve their overall Volleyball IQ.


Small Group Training
The purpose of small group training is for specific technical skill training.  Essential Volleyball Skills are broken down into smaller segments with a emphasis on improving technique.  Small group training sessions will include 5 or less players per session and are 45 minutes.


Large Group Training 
The purpose of large group training is for repetition of skills.  The skills are not broken down in this setting.  Rather, the skill will be used throughout the session and a coach will provide minimal feedback and the player will be able to build muscle memory by using the skill(s) in a group setting.  Large group training sessions will include 8-10 players per session and are 1 hour.

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