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Volleyball Skills Camp
LaChelle Rickett - B.Ed., TESOL
In this 3-day camp, students will learn the fundamentals of passing, setting, hitting and serving through direct instruction, exercises, drills and games.
Students will learn and practice one or two fundamental volleyball skills during each day of camp. We will begin each class with warm up exercises and stretches. Skill techniques will be taught through direct instruction and examples. We begin with drills that help students develop proper form and muscle memory. Then we add in the volleyball and students learn drills that they can continue to practice at home anytime. Day 1: Passing - warm ups, stretches, ready-position, hand-eye...
Students will: - learn safe, effective ways to warm up for volleyball - practice the volleyball-ready position - develop and practice correct techniques for passing, setting, hitting and serving - discover ways to improve hand-eye coordination - practice exercises that improve footwork - learn ways to continue practicing techniques at home
I played competitive volleyball for 9 years including 4 years in college. I coached middle and high school volleyball for 2 years.
2 tennis balls (or similar small balls that bounce) volleyball (or a similar ball that bounces) large open space (large room, garage, driveway, backyard) ONE of the following: elastic/resistance bands OR a jump rope OR a line to jump over athletic wear water bottle *For some exercises, it will be beneficial for the student to have an off-screen partner to toss/catch the ball.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
This class requires physical activity. Students will need an open workout space such as a large room, garage, driveway or backyard. Athletic shoes with closed toes are required and a water bottle is recommended. Students will be led through warm-ups and stretching exercises during class. Since learners will be engaging in physical activity, adult supervision is recommended. Each student will receive individual feedback on form, position and technique, so it is important that student cameras remain on for the duration of each class.
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is LaChelle Rickett, but you can call me Mrs. R. :) I love to find creative ways to make learning interactive, engaging and fun. Did you know that if you make a memory with a book, you are likely to remember that book for the rest...
$40for 3 classes
3x per week, 1 week
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Completed by 2 learners
Live video meetings
3-6 learners per class