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South Beach Volleyball

All Training will be led by University of Washington Beach Volleyball Coach Chris Littleman
Highline College Indoor/ Beach Volleyball Coach Jeff Mcdonald

Pre Summer Session

Pre Summer Session ($300)

May 7th  -May 30th  

Tuesday and Thursday 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Summer Session #1

Summer Session #1 ($300)

June 4th – June 28th

Tuesday and Thursday 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Summer Session #2

Summer Session #1 ($300)

July 2nd – July 30th

Tuesday and Thursday  5:00pm-7:00pm

How does beach volleyball improve your physical attributes and make you a better indoor player?

Moving in the sand and jumping in the sand is much more difficult than in indoor, so playing beach volleyball can help you develop a stronger jump and make you quicker on defense because you’re under constant resistance in the sand.

Will beach volleyball improve your indoor game?

Top coaches agree  that beach volleyball is one of the best training methods known for improving your indoor performance.

It is easier to take your outdoor skills in to the gym than to bring your indoor skills outside. Simple reason. Beach volleyball requires players to be able to perform every skill. To be successful at beach volleyball a player must be able to pass, set, hit, serve, and play defense. It forces the players to develop their weaker skills. It also requires players to cover more of the court on serve receive and on defense and this teaches players to read the hitter and control the ball.

Dealing with the sun and wind helps you be more adaptable. Player height is less important outdoors – ball control and skill is more important.