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Who are we? What do we do?
We take pride in being a beach-dedicated club and comprehensive beach volleyball program that specializes in offering complete and community-based instruction to achieve our goals in player development. We strive to provide the best training based on current techniques and strategies being used at the national level, emphasizing lifelong learning and fundamental values that help on the court and in life. We teach and promote confidence, integrity, responsibility, competitiveness, teamwork, communication and work ethic, among other intangibles. In doing so, our club has a tradition of producing college athletes playing for top NCAA programs.
How does the club work?
What makes our summer camps different from the rest?
Our summer camps feature dedicated and experienced coaches who teach the game, while having fun. Lead coaches organize and prepare a thoughtful week of instruction tailored to the participants, taking into accounts the areas of instruction needing most attention. We feature a MAX 1-8 coach to player ratio per court. Each court has a dedicated coach overseeing and instructing players 100% of the time. In the framework of our club, camps are a first step in learning to play and love the game, and we teach all participants skills they will need to progress to the highest levels of the game.
What is our Development Pathway for youth athletes?
Does the club train year round?
Yes! We were the first club in northern California to start a year round training program. Our first year round season was in 2015, and we've been doing it ever since. Throughout the years we have be altering and making small changes to our year round calendar to make it the best possible for our athletes. Our current calendar outline looks like this: