Upcoming Clinics and Camps
All clinics are on “pause” as we wait for the reopening of Adams County. Check back soon as registration will reopen and dates will be rescheduled once Adams County reopens.
Refund/Credit Policy: We need a minimum of 4 athletes to register for the clinic to take place. If we don’t reach the minimum enrollment number we will notify you and credit your account. There are NO REFUNDS and credit will only be issued by written request if cancelled at least seven days prior to the start date.
Little Differs Program, Ages 10-12 or Grades 4-6
Led by University of Nebraska Outside Hitter and AVCA Player of the Year Christina Hudson
Uses Lightweight/Soft USAV Volleyballs
Saturdays 1:15 – 3:15 PM
- Beginner/Intermediate Level
- Single Session Clinics: 11/7, 11/21, 12/5, 12/19
Junior Differs Program, Ages 12-14 or Grades 6-8
Led by 17 Arete Head Coach and Former Holy Family HS Head Coach Krista Solomon
Uses Standard Size/Weight Volleyballs
Fridays 5:30 – 7:30 PM
- Intermediate/Advanced Level
- Single Session Clinics: 11/6, 11/13 (Sub: Christina), 11/20, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18
All skills will be reviewed during each clinic. Program and drills will vary from session to session so athletes can attend multiple dates. Claim your spot today!
Arm Swing Development Clinics, Ages 14-18
Led by former UCLA/UCI Outside Hitter and USA Training Team Member
Develop a better understanding of how our bodies can generate more force on the ball using internal/external shoulder rotation, torque (rotational force) and counter motion.
- Learn. First, we will learn the physics and biomechanics of a proper arm swing so that we understand what our bodies are capable of doing.
- Observe. Then, we will watch videos of athletes performing each stage of the arm swing with proper technique so that we can prepare to emulate the movement pattern ourselves.
- Apply. Finally, we get to apply this information and begin to execute each step with great precision. By adding resistance with belts, straps and resistance bands, we receive stronger feedback from our movements which accelerates the learning curve and trains our muscles to generate greater force. The last step of the progression is to incorporate the ball while serving and hitting so that we can translate our new skills to the court of play.
Questions? Contact our Director of Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org