From the parent's point of view, club volleyball offers a host of advantages for their children. Those benefits are physical, social, and emotional. Here are just a few of those benefits:
When there are two or three practices every week, as well as tournaments lasting a day, fitness improves greatly. Every player builds up her stamina, conditioning, and strength and becomes healthier and fitter.
MAKE NEW FRIENDS:
Having the chance to make new like-minded friends with the same interests. At school, not all players will have the same level of commitment to the sport. However, when young people play club volleyball, they will be playing alongside athletes with the same level of interest. This allows for strong friendships to develop, on the court and off it.
IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS & PLAY LONGER:
Club volleyball has a long season. And, with so many practices and tournaments, every player sees her skills improve. There is nothing so satisfying as knowing that you’re making progress and honing your abilities. Plus, Being able to play their favorite sport for even longer, even when the season at school is over.
Learning from a great coach. Most clubs today hire coaches (not parent volunteers) with years of experience. Some have been coaches for a considerable time while others were once players. This gives young players the opportunity to learn from the best. The girls can benefit from their coach’s experience and extensive knowledge of the sport.
Who doesn’t enjoy a little competition? When you play club volleyball, you have the chance to compete consistently. Whether you’re playing practice games or in tournaments, the play level and the amount of competition will be higher. As a result, you’ll be better able to compete for a starter position or for playing time back at school.
Being exposed to college programs and coaches. If you’re a player who is enthusiastic to play volleyball at the collegiate level, you must play for a club. Most college coaches admit that recruitment just won’t happen via high school sports programs. That means, for any young person to have the potential for scholarship recruitment, they must join a club. With the benefits of being granted a scholarship so obvious, it’s no wonder many players want to play club volleyball!
COMPETE AT A HIGHER LEVEL:
For players who are at high schools that are less competitive, club volleyball opens up their opportunities. Players with good skills can find that they aren’t pushed or challenged at such schools. Club volleyball, however, offers the opportunity to play at a more competitive level. Therefore, players are able to experience more challenging levels of play.
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