2019 Summer Camp Schedule
Want to be trained and coached by EXPERTS in the field? You cannot afford to MISS one our the C-BCN Exposure Camps / Clinic in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Area. Click here for more information regarding these July events. Early registration with special promotional pricing deadline April. Non-refundable deposit April 30 deadline for promotional pricing. . Only 16-24 players accepted and based on first-come first served basis and which event.
You want Volleyball? You want Performance Training? You want to learn about the college selection process?
WELL, if you have answered YES to any of these question, these College-Bound Coaches Network Exposure Camps/Clinic and Scrimmages are designed for you...the aspiring volleyball player!
Thank you 2018 C-BCN Summer Staff
Valerie Armstrong, Midwestern State
Marci Allison, University of Texas Dallas (UTD)
Tatiana Booth, Cameron University
David DeLozier, Alabama State
Molly Alvey, University of Cincinnati
Penny Lucas-White, Alabama State University
Robert Selders, 3QFitness
Ruth N. Nelson, Founder and Director
I also understand that...“Without knowing and respecting the HISTORY…there is NO future!
I challenge you to Google the following people to learn about our legends in our sport: Dr. Jim Coleman…Dr. Arie Selinger…Marilyn McReavy…Mary Jo Peppler…Flo Hyman…Rita Crockett…Rose Magers-Powell... Debbie Green and 5-time
Olympian Danielle Scott.
Every Wondered Why This One Person Has Continued to Train Players Year after Year Without Ever Asking For Anything in Return...But Hard Work! Ask Yourself These Questions!
Question. Why should the best athletes deserve the best training?
Why should older players receive the BEST COACHES?
Answer. Your answer should be...they shouldn't!
(Click Here for Her Answers)
nelson 5-Point assessment
Podcast Episode 27: The first Volleyball Coaching Wizards book –– Interview with John Forman & Mark Lebedew
RSS Feeds for Volleyball SKills and Education
Excellent tips from Art of Coaching
“Becoming the best you can be comes only after you have respected what your parents have given you.” ~ Ruth N. Nelson