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  • Monument City Volleyball Tournament – Richmond, VA – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    VA Monument City Volleyball Tournament Richmond VA I m headed up to Richmond VA for the weekend for the Monument City Classic Volleyball Tournament The first tournament of the Carolina Juniors 16s Team The girls are prepared let s hope the coach is too It should be fun Share this Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to

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  • CJV 16s Player Letter – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    accepting that you will stand out being comfortable with this and thriving on it Being extraordinary will force you past perceived limitations and enable the team to accomplish unimaginable goals We as coaches are committed to guiding you through this process To achieve extraordinary we will focus intensely on Discipline Trust and Consistency Discipline is doing the things you are supposed to do the right way when you are supposed to do them even if you don t want to do them This includes a dedication to academic excellence always being in Go Posture on the court and or maintaining a strict nutrition and workout schedule When each player makes a dedicated effort to embrace discipline the team will benefit greatly Trust is putting yourself wholeheartedly in a teammate s hands knowing they will do the right thing This means being positive about the team and teammates approaching a teammate honestly and tactfully with personal issues not talking about teammates behind their backs to other players or to your parents and directly dealing with the issue with the teammate no matter how difficult it may seem to be Trust can also be as simple as knowing your teammate is in the correct position behind your block set up on the court Trust on and off the court will enable the team to succeed Consistency is continually maintaining balanced yet ever increasing standards Consistency can be having the same attitude in practice and matches so teammates and coaches always know what to expect Consistency is In Play Efficiency or IPE This means keeping the ball in play in less than ideal situations taking care of the ball and trusting your teammates will pick you up Consistency will keep the team on course to beat teams when we are perceived to be

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  • CJV 16s Parent Letter – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    will be times you will need to be a loving parent when she falls and times when she will need to learn to get up on her own It is our goal as coaches to help guide you through these difficult times Please understand the guidance we offer may not be what you initially want to hear as you may believe you are protecting your daughter but our objective is to prepare your daughter for challenges she will face in her future We understand club volleyball is a great sacrifice for your daughter as well as your family She will miss special occasions with friends and family she will miss days from school and the opportunity to do what normal kids do We will do our best to help accommodate her and your family but not at the expense of the team You and your daughter have chosen to be a part of this team to be extraordinary to make sacrifices and will benefit greatly far beyond what a normal kid will ever experience She will adopt physical habits that will last a lifetime her ability to face and overcome high pressure situations will be far greater and in many respects she will be indirectly protected from getting into mischief on the weekends doing whatever normal kids do In addition club volleyball offers countless and precious hours in the car and weekend trips together Volleyball is just a vehicle for these priceless times Our goal is to provide life lessons to your daughter to help best prepare her for her future We hope to have healthy challenging times this season so our team can grow and bond together as a family players and parents We hope your daughter and family chose to embrace this extraordinary experience as we as coaches

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  • The Purpose of Carolina Juniors Volleyball 16s Team – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    unwavering team chemistry from a group of individuals of varying backgrounds 4 To challenge the team to reach beyond personal comfort zones to achieve something extraordinary 5 To promote an internal motivation within players to pursue a passionate team mission superseding all personal agendas on a daily basis 6 To empower players to be self reliant responsible discipline and independent 7 To consistently train and challenge the team in a way that creatively adapts to individual learning styles 8 To maximize the team s physical potential while continually increasing its volleyball intelligence 9 To develop well rounded athletes beyond fundamental skills through conditioning and proper nutrition 10 To guide parents in daily practices that promotes a healthy living environment and instills positive lifetime habits for their daughters 11 To offer recruiting advice and opportunities for players with the desire to play in college 12 To have each player come out of the program with a positive experience and be a more well rounded individual 13 To be the example in which other teams and clubs look up to 14 To treat others that we encounter officials line judges opponents convention staff restaurant waiters hotel housekeepers etc with class dignity and

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  • Are Athletic Scholarships An Illusion of Opportunity? What Parents Need to Know – But May Not What To Hear – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    as they struggle with these difficult life shaping choices While they need to step back and allow their children to assess the costs and benefits of their various options parents need to be there for them as they progress along the path toward decision Financial considerations Some professional athletes have become obscenely wealthy However as the NCAA commercial on television says After our college athletic career almost all of us will be going pro in something else College athletes have a better chance of becoming neurosurgeons than they do of becoming professional athletes Therefore participating in collegiate athletics solely in the hope of becoming a professional athlete is taking a very large risk indeed For college football players 0 5 percent 5 per 1000 participants have the opportunity to play professionally and many of these for only one or two years For other sports the odds are even slimmer Thus participating in college athletics with the hope of becoming a wealthy professional is at best a very risky venture With rising college costs there are certainly financial reasons for considering college sports and an athletic scholarship To clarify the college athletic scholarship situation a brief discussion of the different divisions of varsity intercollegiate sports may be helpful There are many different levels of varsity sport options available at the collegiate level NCAA Division I These are for the most part the larger public and private schools they offer athletic scholarships The only exception to this is for the eight schools in the Ivy League that offer scholarships based only upon economic need Coaches at these schools are not typically faculty members NCAA Division II These are usually the medium sized schools which also offer athletic scholarships However the number of available scholarships is by regulation fewer than those of Division I schools Coaches are sometimes faculty members at these schools NCAA Division III Although these tend to be the smaller private liberal arts schools there are several medium sized public universities participating at this level Division III schools do not offer athletic scholarships Their coaches are usually faculty members with other teaching duties and are often granted tenure NAIA These are small colleges usually with limited enrollment They offer athletic scholarships and are bound by fewer limiting rules concerning recruitment and the treatment of athletes Junior College These are 2 year schools which do not grant bachelor s degrees Many offer athletic scholarships Let s now evaluate the financial benefits of participating in a junior club program with the hope of earning a scholarship We will complete a cost benefit analysis of participating in sports at the various college levels To accomplish this end we will examine college costs the number of hours a week athletes spend in practice and competing in tournaments and the costs of travel and club dues A scholarship can be a financial windfall for parents Average yearly cost of tuition books and room and board are Public schools in state fees 9000 12000 per year Public schools out of state fees 18000 24000 per year Private schools 30000 45000 per year Athletes may be in a program that practices two or three hours a day four or five days a week six to nine months a year or more There may also be significant travel time to practice each day Additionally one can expect frequent competitions It is not unlikely that an athlete will spend well over 750 to 1000 hours a year in club sports activities Most of the highly competitive clubs in the current era recruit paid coaches and either rent or own their own practice facilities Fees in these clubs can reach as high as 10 000 per year with travel to several regional and national level competitions Based on this information club fees alone over the six year period of an athlete s participation could be more than enough to fund his or her entire fours years at a public institution as an in state student In the event the high school athlete chooses to go to an out of state school lets look at some other options If the athlete were in a less competitive club program that practiced two or three days a week she would be able to work part time a few hours a week even at minimum wage and save the money for college The athlete would not be as tired as he or she would be after practice and could devote more time to academic work and other aspects of high school life Some parents could assert that they want their child to learn valuable life skills from their sports program The evidence that athletes learn transferable life skills through their participation in sports is skimpy indeed Most coaches have not been trained to make use of their time with athletes to teach them life skills Furthermore those of us from a different era could make a good case that life in the workplace has a distinct tendency to promote valuable life skills as well The authors both had experiences as teenagers working on a farm Lets consider the financial impact if an athlete were to work 8 hours a week during the school year and 20 hours a week for ten weeks during the summer while in junior high and the first year of high school and during the last three years of high school for 10 hours a week when school was in session and 40 hours a week during the summer at a minimum wage of 7 50 per hour and that the money was deposited in an account earning 5 interest Over the six year period the student would have saved 35 954 67 If parents were to combine this with 36 000 or more they saved by having their child participate in a less competitive program they would have enough money for four years of out of state fees at almost any public college in the country From another perspective

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  • Coaching the Carolina Juniors Volleyball Club 16s Team – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    opportunity to coach this team and look forward to working with the talented athletes from the Charlotte area If you have interest in trying out for this team tryouts will be held at the Sports Connection on Granite Street click here for map on November 9th from 7 00 9 00 and November 12th from 5 00 7 00 Please visit the Carolina Juniors website to register We look forward

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  • The Women Outnumbered the Men in the Gym Today! – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    Videos Home Exercise The Women Outnumbered the Men in the Gym Today The Women Outnumbered the Men in the Gym Today Bravo to all the women in the gym today And by in the gym I m not talking about spinning their wheels on cardio equipment The women in the gym were lifting in the free weight section far out numbering the men In fact besides my husband there was only one other guy in the gym The stigma of women don t or women shouldn t lift weights is a dying fad And that is GREAT news Just wanted to shout how happy this makes me The key to a great body is a combination of strength training cardio and proper nutrition Don t be scared of throwing around some iron Pick up those barbells and dumbbells and not just those 5 and 8 pound ones Lift heavy on some days You will not get HUGE Your muscles get stronger and LEANER and your bones do too Trust me your body will thank you Share this Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Google

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  • Coach Rey and Gabby Reece, NASM Certified Personal Trainers – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    at a local gym Gabby Reece just completed her NASM certification too Our family is about living a healthy lifestyle and it s awesome to see those you look up to continue down the same path Gabby and her husband Laird have a great healthy living website www GabbyandLaird com and both our families frequently reference the NASM website for great workout and nutrition information As Lori has started working with clients she is taken aback by the thought processes of people and how they are to lose weight gain muscle and their thoughts of eating healthy Lori continues to preach a wholistic approach to proper health This includes strength training especially introducing weight lifting to more women aerobic workouts and a balanced diet including healthy carbohydrates proteins lots of fruits and veggies and healthy fats yes fat is healthy It has been an eye opening and sometimes frustrating experience for Lori and even her clients that expect immediate results But she continues to preach consistent training and eating methods over time and her dedicated clients are not only finding great rewards for themselves but their entire families are benefiting It s a blessing when both husband and wife are

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