The Art of Coaching Volleyball provides coaching education for youth, high school and collegiate volleyball coaches using multiple resources, including in-person and virtual clinics and online instruction. Among the tools offered are an online library with more than 3,000 video tutorials, certification courses, pre-made practice plans, interviews with coaches at all levels and instructional books. The Art of Coaching Volleyball has conducted more than 50 volleyball clinics in 33 cities across the U.S. since its launch in 2011.
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The Art of Coaching Volleyball story begins with three friends, all exceptional coaches, all lifelong students of volleyball, all possessing a strong desire to teach the game they love to anyone who shares their passion! Russ Rose, John Dunning and Terry Liskevych met in the 1970s. Terry and Russ connected first – in 1973, when Russ signed up for a volleyball class taught by Terry at George Williams College in Illinois. Terry was also the assistant coach for the school’s men’s volleyball team under head coach Jim Coleman. At the urging of both Terry and Jim, Russ joined the volleyball team and, as the saying goes, caught the bug. Long story short, Russ stuck around for the long haul. Today, as head coach of the women’s team at Penn State, he has more wins (1,299) and titles (7) than any other women’s coach in Division 1 volleyball history.
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