Bring Your Own Parent (BYOP®) 101 – An Innovative Program for Developing Volleyball Players Ages 5-10.
This course was created as a joint project with the Art of Coaching and BYOP® Founder Ruth N. Nelson who has amassed over 40 years of volleyball experience and expertise. Former athlete, teacher, innovator and coach Ruth N. Nelson has created a unique course series to ensure that a teacher, parent or coach can learn how to effectively teach youth the basic 4 individual volleyball skills and basic game strategies so that they become consistent high performers.
1. This course includes the following 4 modules:
• attacking and
2. Each of these modules has a series of units, which directly relate to the progressions involved in learning that fundamental skill.
3. In addition, there are short quizzes at the end of each unit to reinforce the main points of the lesson.
4. And at the end course, a certificate of completion will be provided.
PARENT AND PLAYER ENGAGEMENT
Along with the training techniques is the engagement of parents and players.
• Both participate in the physical portion of the session and provide feedback and error analysis.
• Parents and players work side-by-side in order to more effectively learn the skills so that they can practice at home reinforcing the same cues …while improving their skills. I
• In addition, each gains the respect of the other because of the challenge of the sport, the commitment of time and the teamwork needed to fulfill each of their roles.
GENERAL MISSION STATEMENT OF THE BYOP® PROGRAM
The Mission and Philosophy of the BYOP® program is to provide youth who aspire to be the best they can be with the necessary volleyball skills and life lessons to reach their capabilities.
FUN AND ACCOMPLISHMENT
This is A FUN Program in which to be involved!
• Being exposed to volleyball at this young age may be a player’s and/or parent’s first venture into the sport.
• Therefore, we want to make it an awesome and enjoyable learning experience for each of them as they learn sound fundamental skills, efficient and effective footwork and basic game strategies.
• One of the greatest values of the BYOP® program is that it opens doors for young volleyball players and inspires them to pursue options they never knew they had!
|Unit 1||BYOP Passing Overview|
|Unit 2||Movement while passing with tennis balls|
|Unit 3||Basic skill analysis with pink balls|
|Unit 4||Regulation balls drills utilizing a step-hop|
|Unit 5||Back pedaling step hop with error analysis|
|Unit 6||Review on pass and serve-receive techniques|
|Unit 1||Setting overview|
|Unit 2||Catch and set with tennis balls|
|Unit 3||Skill analysis with pink balls|
|Unit 4||Intro to regulation ball and basic movement|
|Unit 5||Drills with regular setting technique|
|Unit 6||Intro to back setting with error analysis|
|Unit 7||Back setting with movement with error analysis|
|Unit 8||Basic progressions for front and back setting|
|Unit 1||Serving Overview|
|Unit 2||Static floater|
|Unit 3||Static topspin|
|Unit 4||Static Japanese floater|
|Unit 5||Linear floater|
|Unit 6||Linear topspin|
|Unit 1||Attacking Overview|
|Unit 2||Arm and feet position with football throw|
|Unit 3||Tennis ball, puppet, and self-toss down ball|
|Unit 4||Partner toss for down ball and jumping|
|Unit 5||Modified approach with armswing and jump|
|Unit 6||Full approach and jump|