Private Sports Lessons. Volleyball. Register Here! COUNTRYSIDE YMCA | LEBANON: 1699 Deerfield Road, Lebanon, OH 45036 | 513 932 1424. COUNTRYSIDE YMCA | LANDEN: 2894 U.S. Route 22 and 3, Maineville, OH 45039 | 513 583 5580. COUNTRYSIDE YMCA | OTTERBEIN: 585 OH-741, Lebanon, OH, 45036 | 513 696 8590.
Y Volleyball is an instructional league focusing on the core components of passing, serving, defense and court coverage! Our first- through fifth-grade players recreation will see a positive change to a 4 versus 4 format! Volleyball players will focus on fundamentals, increased touches, playing time and most importantly, fun!
The Gateway Region YMCA partners with Cardinal Glennon SportsCare to give kids a healthy advantage through educational programs and support. Here are tips for Volleyball Safety. If you need help finding a physician for your young athlete, contact Cardinal Glennon SportsCare at (314) 577-5640.
YMCA Volleyball helps kids become better players and better people while also helping them make new friends, stay active and learn new skills that will help them succeed in life. We are committed to coaching with a focus on fair play, healthy competition and parent participation. Our Volleyball program is progressive with multiple age levels.
VOLLEYBALL. Volleyball at the Y gives kids a solid foundation in fitness while they learn the right skills to play one of the world’s most exciting, fastest growing sports. Kids start with basic passing and setting techniques, footwork and ball contact. Higher-level classes teach serving, hitting and blocking footwork, and incorporate small scrimmages.
Volleyball at the YMCA provides youth with low-pressure opportunities to learn the rules and fundamentals of the game in a fun and supportive environment. Micro, Recreational, and Spirit (competitive) leagues are available along with camps, clinics, and tournaments throughout the year. categories.
Originally called mintonette, volleyball was created by the YMCA. The experimental game of mintonette combined a variation of the badminton net with elements of basketball, the German game of fistball and handball. The first volleyball game was played at Springfield College in 1896. Fun for all!
The St. Charles County Family YMCA began in 1966 as an extension of the Northwest County Family YMCA branch. Programs such as day camp, Indian Guides, volleyball and swim classes were held at St. John Church. Branch status was granted in 1973, and eight years later, the current 42,000 square-foot facility was constructed.
The Laguna Niguel Family YMCA offers community members a chance to live a healthy and active lifestyle with indoor and outdoor fitness amenities that include weight training and cardio equipment, group exercise classes, a swimming pool, kidzone, and more.