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This blog is a repository and sounding board for discussions about coaching volleyball. Views and expertise of experienced coaches in the Canadian volleyball community are presented here to stimulate discussion on coaching challenges. We want to support coaches who are helping youth achieve their potential.
This site is for discussion purposes. Please direct any correspondence to Louise Gratton at the following email address: louise.gratton[at]savoirnet.ca.
Author Archives: louise gratton
By John Kessel So I spent the last four nights in Hartford, Connecticut. My last morning a coach from CAP said his girls were serving at about a 33 percent success rate and what could he do to help them. … Continue reading
By Patrick Corriveau: The setter in volleyball is often compared to the quarterback in football. With the responsibility for making all the decisions for offensive distribution, there is no position on the team that is more influential on the outcome … Continue reading
By Bruce Dunning When my daughter approached me two years ago about the possibility of starting club volleyball the next fall and asked if I would stop working with the 18U boys teams and switch to 13U girls, I was … Continue reading
By Francois St-Denis Canada went from being a two time host of the Olympic Games without any gold medals (1976, 1988) to a powerhouse. Indeed, as the hosting nation, Canada now has the record for the most gold medal wins … Continue reading