Adult Beach Volleyball Clinics
Beach Volleyball Skills Clinics
NEW Small Group Training
Need to work on your volleyball skills after this long break?
We will soon be offering small group training with 4 participants and a coach. This training program will be run by Clinic Coach Rich, who is a certified coach with many years of training experience. Social distance and safety measures will be in place for the program sessions.
If you want to become a better volleyball player, on the sand or the court, you need to practice.
It’s easy to find practice time as a child or teenager, but what about as adults? At Ballsports Polson Pier, we believe you are never too young to stop improving. That’s why we have adult beach volleyball clinics where regardless of your age, gender, or skill level – practice will help you improve your game.
The goal of our program is fun, fitness, and improving your volleyball skills in a no-pressure setting. The curriculum is designed by your coach, Rich Serote. The exercises and skills he focuses on are fun, easy to understand, and our class sizes ensure that you get the most out of your interaction with the coaches. Participants in our clinics achieve greater confidence on the court from the proven drills and hands-on instruction provided.
Which program is best suited for me?
We offer both beginner and intermediate clinics. Beginner clinics are geared towards individuals who are new to the game or have little volleyball experience and start with the basics including setting, spiking, and bumping skills. In our intermediate clinic, we expect our participants to have the basics down so they can learn more advanced skills and game strategy to take their game to the next level.
Rich is a former collegiate volleyball athlete who’s built himself an impressive coaching resume in a short time. Rich has his Level 1 National Coaching Certification Program certificate, and is currently studying for Level 2. He was the Men’s Volleyball All-Star as a member of George Brown College’s Men’s Volleyball team. His coaching resume includes time at Toronto West Volleyball club, George Brown College with both the women’s and men’s program, and other programs in the GTA geared towards high school athletes.