Tells You Why
Tells You Why
Beach Volleyball Improves Your Indoor Game
Karch Kiraly, the best indoor and beach player in the world said: “The beach game taught me great lessons about how to elevate the play of my
The Rio 2016 Olympic statistics for amount of touches in volleyball reveal a very important fact. In an indoor game to 25 points the average amount of touches is 16 (give or take, a setter touches the ball more than a middle blocker). In a beach the average amount of touches in a game to 21 is 46. Beach volleyball is played with doubles, for every ball played on the beach, three people watch. Indoor volleyball is played 6 vs. 6, for every ball played, 23 people watch, 11 on the court and 12 on the bench. To play beach you have to learn all the skills, pass, set, hit, serve, block. This makes the player more complete. Beach teaches reading and anticipating faster than indoor because you touch the ball more often and have to cover more court.
Beach Volleyball Is A Life Sport
Beach volleyball is part of the California lifestyle. Learning how to play beach volleyball is giving your child a healthy life skill. It’s easy on the joints, it’s easy to set up games, it’s social, you can play it as a kid and well beyond your 50’s. It’s comforting to send your teen to the beach with friends and a volleyball.
Beach Volleyball is a team game but at its
You choose how often you practice, MBsand’s training is flexible. No
Summer practices are on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Summer Advanced are on Mondays and Fridays. see calendar!
It is limited to pre, post game and timeout coaching. No coaching allowed during play. Patty Dodd attends most South Bay tournaments, no coaching fee for MBsand players. Players need to wear
MBsand uses Sports Recruits platform to help its players research all College Beach Volleyball programs. Does your daughter have dreams of playing in college?MBsand can assist your family in understanding and navigating the recruitng process. Patty Dodd is well connected with College coaches and will walk you through recruiting. This is recommended for High School players and/or Spring-Summer of 8th grade.
Dr. Dominique Scott teaches our players