Youth Volleyball: The Guide for Coaches & Parents

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Writer's Digest Books, Jun 19, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 198 pages
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Youth Volleyball offers you everything you need to understand both boys and girls volleyball, whether you are a coach, parent, athlete, or fan. Author Sharkie Zartman, former national team member and an inductee to the Beach Volleyball Hall of Fame, guides you through the ins and outs of the ultimate team sport, covering new serving rules, the rally scoring system, the libero position, the fundamentals, and more.

The book also includes:basic and new terminology, rules, and positionsdrills that are practical and funtips for communicating with kids and parentsinstruction on how to properly train and prevent injuriesadvice on how to teach sportsmanship and nurture self-esteembeach volleyball and its popularity and unique rulesWith advice on everything from communicating with parents and referees in an appropriate manner to balancing discipline with fun, Youth Volleyball is a sure guide to making a difference in the lives of young athletes.

 

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Sharkie Zartman is a former national team member and an All-American from UCLA. Her husband Pat was the national coach in 1974. Together, they run the successful Spoilers Volleyball Club, which has won several National Youth Titles since 1993.

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