Youth Premier Training
Gender: Open to male and females
Location: Nashville North
Dates: June 18 - August 15
Training Days: Monday and Wednesdays
Time: 4:00 to 5:45 pm
Nashville North- 530 Guelph St. Norval, Ontario
Nashville North is a beautiful training venue housing 4 Olympic Grade beach volleyball courts. Parents can relax on the large patio that backs onto the Credit River while supporting their kids. Located on Hwy 7, between Georgetown and Brampton this location is extremely accesible. Courts will be used for beach volleyball developmental clinics, youth beach volleyball camps, strength training sessions and adult night leagues.
Youth Training Program
The beach volleyball clinics are geared towards athletes between the ages of 12 to 18 years old. The clinics will run on every Monday and Wednesday from 4 to 6pm, starting on June 18th and finishing on August 15th. The athletes will be placed on one of four courts with other athletes of a similar age, skill, and ability. A high-level beach volleyball coach will be assigned to each court. The clinics are designed to take a systematic approach to technical development. Certain sessions and weeks will place a strict emphasis on specific skills, such as defensive positioning, setting, passing, serving, game tactics, etc. Each clinic will be 2 hours in length, the first 75 minutes will be dedicated to technical training, the remaining 45 minutes will be spent playing in various game play situations.
Three of the four beach volleyball courts will be geared towards athletes that are looking to take both their beach volleyball and indoor volleyball game to the next level. PVB (Professional Volleyball) generally caters to two types of athletes:
1. Indoor volleyball players that are looking to get elite training in preparation for their upcoming indoor volleyball season.
2. Athletes that are competing in the OVA beach volleyball tournaments that are looking to increase their provincial/national rankings.
There will also be one court that will be geared towards younger, less experienced athletes. These athletes will be trained with the intentions to be developed for school volleyball teams and the Georgetown Impact volleyball club.
PVB has been running volleyball clinics and camps successfully at Ashbridges Bay for the past 13 years. We have had national team athletes, high level university volleyball athletes, and provincial team athletes that have been developed through the PVB model.
NASHVILLE NORTH CAMPS
Summer Camp is here! 2012 promises to be a fantastic experience for attending athletes.
Summer Camp Highlights:
- Work with Canada's top volleyball coaches and athletes
- Improve your strength, speed & flexibility through certified camp fitness instructors and their fun, safe daily workouts.
- Cool down with outdoor shower and cold water supply!
- Work through fun drills sure to improve your skills.
- Learn 2-on-2 beach volleyball
- Daily nutrition lesson will help improve your knowledge on how to eat healthy as an athlete.
- Gain 30 hours of volleyball training per week!
- Develop life long friends!
Camp #1 - July 23th-27th, 20112
Camp #2 - Aug 6th-10th, 2012
Ages: 6 -18 yrs
Location: Nashville North (courts 1-4)
Drop off pick up: Early drop off (8:30AM- and late pick up 4:45PM) available.
Cost: $330 / camp
Registration: Camp is first come first serve
Swimming: Safe lifeguarded swims at municipality pools
- Healthy lunch and snacks
- Water bottle
- Change of clothes. Be prepared for rain.
- Great attitude!
PVB follows the long term athlete development model. We encourage you to learn about this LTAD as the model has proven long-term development benefits for your child.
Strength and Conditioning Program
There will be two strength and conditioning programs offered after the Monday and Wednesday clinics on the beach volleyball courts that will be 30 minutes in length.
Strength and Conditioning Program for 16 years of age and older
The Monday strength and conditioning program will be offered only to athletes that are 16 years of age or older. This program is for performance enhancement, injury prevention, and confidence building. The athletes will be taken through workouts that will vary in style depending on the phase of training. The initial phase of the strength and conditioning program is designed for the athletes to build their strength foundation which is necessary to build before going into more advanced workouts. Once the athletes have built their base strength, they will be moving into circuit style strength and conditioning lessons. Some of the exercises are going to involve dumbbells, kettle bells, TRX suspension training, and body weight exercises. These exercises are all very safe, where the body is exercised under a very natural range of motion. This program is designed to train athletes that are at the beginner stage of exercising and will also cater to athletes with more exercise experience. The strength program is a great step to take to prepare the body physically for competing at a higher level of volleyball.
Strength and Conditioning Program for athletes 15 years of age and younger
The Wednesday night strength lesson is geared towards athletes that are under 16 years old. The athletes are going to be put through a calisthenics (body weight) workout program that will include a strength component, a speed agility component, a cardio respiratory component and a flexibility component. Younger athletes often suffer through growth pains and weak joints. The strength program will build up strength in the joints so that they are able to better withstand the wear and tear that is created by playing volleyball and other sports.
Reid Hall will be the strength coach running these programs. Reid has an Honors Degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences, is a Certified Personal trainer and Strength and Conditioning Coach. Currently Reid is the Strength Coach for the Leaside Synchronized Skating team, who recently won the provincial championships and finished 3rd overall in Canada. Reid also runs a strength and conditioning program for 7 Interclub volleyball teams and a strength program for beach volleyball athletes at Ashbridges Bay. Reid also strength trains top-level high school athletes at Bayview Glen Private school.
Strength Training Info:
Gender: Open to male and females
Location: Nashville North
Dates: June 18 - August 13 (9 half hour training sessions)
Training Days: Monday - for athletes 16 yrs and older
Training Days: Wednesday - for athletes 15 yrs and younger
Time: 5:45-6:15 pm
Reid Hall Biography
Reid Hall, as the head coach, will be in charge of running the clinics and camps. Reid has been coaching for PVB for the past 6 years and is the head of Beach Volleyball Development, and head strength and conditioning coach for PVB. Reid grew up in Georgetown, and while in High School put all his focus towards developing himself as a volleyball player. He played both indoor and beach volleyball. While in high school Reid and his beach volleyball partner (Adam Podstawka) captured 5 national gold medals winning in a higher age-group each year. At the age of 17, Reid was selected to represent Canada at the U18 world championships in Italy, where he and Adam took home a 4th place finish. At 18, Reid was selected to represent Canada at the U21 World Championships as well as to be selected as the first string setter for Team Ontario at the Canada Summer Games where they finished 3rd place. The following year Reid attended York University, where he studied Kinesiology and Health Sciences. He also played and became the captain of the York University volleyball team. During the time Reid was attending York University he was selected to be a member of the Senior National Beach Volleyball Team, enabling him to train and compete at an international level. In 2009 Reid Hall and Adam Podstawka captured the gold medal representing Ontario at the Canada Summer Games in PEI.
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