Engaging Parents in Successfully Training Their Own Kids in Volleyballby Ruth Nelson
Features & Benefits
- Learn how to engage parents in training their daughters
- Use key words to effectively teach and reinforce sound volleyball fundamental skills
- Teach youth how to analyze each of the skills' mechanics and make effective adjustments faster
In this instructional volleyball course, Ruth N. Nelson introduces her unique Bring Your Own Parent (BYOP™) program, which is designed for kids 10 and under and allows the players' parents to be fully involved in all drills and activities. The BYOP™ training is a "how to" course that includes warm-ups, passing, setting, and attacking as well as sport-specific performance training for this age group.
See how Nelson utilizes parents in every drill as an active participant. Parental involvement goes beyond tossing and shagging. Parents are engaged in performing each skill alongside their daughters, which provides players with the opportunity to analyze and correct their parents' mechanics.
Learn Nelson's simple yet effective teaching cues used throughout this course. Also learn how to conduct drills and activities effectively and efficiently. Parents and players alike become volleyball instructors and can continue training together at home. In addition, they gain a greater appreciation for the demands of the sport and for each other. Observe young players and their parents truly having fun as they improve their skills and relationships.
Take advantage of this unique BYOP™ program that yields success, good habits and improved relationships on and off the court.
Featuring Ruth N. Nelson, with over 40 years of experience as a successful coach, teacher, innovator, motivator and player, Head Women's Volleyball Coach at University of Houston (coaching volleyball legends Flo Hyman, Rose Magers and Rita Crockett), LSU, Iowa and George Williams College with over 500 career victories; recipient of USA Volleyball's All-Time Great Coach Award (2011); successful player on the US National Team.