Young volleyball players can always benefit from some extra instruction and training to sharpen their skills—particularly in the off season. With the spring session volleyball clinics offered at Great Lakes Center, your young athlete can remain on top of his or her game so that next season is a record-breaking one. Here is a look at what these clinics have to offer, both for budding volleyball players and skilled high school athletes.
The first session of spring clinics has already begun, but there is still time to sign up for the second session, which kicks off in May. There are junior high and high school clinics with co-ed and girls-only groups, each offered for $60 per session with Tuesday and Wednesday night schedules offered.
Drills and technical training
Players can focus on setting, attack-pass-serve, or contact clinics, which each have their own unique drills to shape these skills. Each clinic is run by a professional instructor who specializes in coaching young, developing athletes.
Benefits of spring clinics
Not only will spring clinics provide your child with an opportunity to get on the court when school programs are not active, but they can also boost your child’s skills to help him or her advance through the ranks in school programs. If your child is looking to play volleyball through college, high school level clinics can be a great way to get the attention of recruiters next season.
For a closer look at Great Lakes Center’s programs for players of all ages, visit them online or call 630-898-6400. You can also explore Great Lakes Center programs by stopping by their impressive facilities in Aurora.