Spring Break Tune Up

Registration for our 2017 Camp is ongoing. Register online today!

 

Focus on the FUNdamentals... 

Teaching the fundamentals of the game is the most essential part of youth sports. The Spring Break Tune-up is an excellent opportunity for Club team athletes to prepare for the final phase of their season. It's also a good opportunity for younger athletes to get a strong review of the fundamentals of the game.

 

DETAILS INCLUDE:

Head Coach: Luc Tremblay, WMVA Head Coach.
Other Coaches: All coaches provided by Vision Elite Volleyball Club.
Venue: Red River College (South gym), 2055 Notre Dame Ave.  
Dates: Tuesday, March 28- Wednesday, March 29, 2017.
Times: 9:00am-4:00pm daily. Six hours of training daily.
Cost: Developmental - $145.
        High Performance - $165.
Note: More than 12 hours of top level training for all

 

Session One: Developmental

For young athletes in grades 7-9 who have some volleyball experience and are now looking to eliminate bad habits. This clinic if for boys & girls who are still relatively new to the sport, but have participated on school teams and are looking for some game time.

Session Two: High Performance

For the experienced athlete in grades 10-12 who have some volleyball experience and are now looking for some quality training before the start of club season in January. Come train with us!

 

The Five Principles of the WMVA Skills Camp are:

1:  Make it fun.
2:  Limit standing around.
3:  Everyone participates.
4:  Emphasize the fundamentals.
5:  Incorporate a progression of skill development.

 

IMPORTANT!:

After almost three months with a club coach and/or indoor league coach a fresh perspective from a camp instructor is a great opportunity to review one's understanding of the fundamentals of the sport prior to the start of the final phase of the season.

A great opportunity to get another coach's perspective on how you execute the skills of the game. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity!Camps are conducted by experienced club coaches and university student athletes and are designed to challenge participants. The objective of the camp is to produce fast-paced sessions in which everyone is engaged in the drills.

 

Overview:

Each session includes individual and group competitions that allow everyone to apply what they have learned.