HITT (High Impact Technical Training) Volleyball Camps
HITT Volleyball delivers volleyball camps and team clinics for all volleyball skills (forearm passing, overhand passing, hitting/attacking, blocking, serving, defense) specifically geared toward the female/male game. These instructions are delivered and facilitated by expert coaches.
Coaches engaged by HITT are exceptional educators, technicians and motivators in the sport of volleyball with 10,000 hours of experience. The athletes attending HITT will have the opportunity to work with North American leaders in coaching.
“A couple of years ago, when Volleyball Canada developed its new Long Term Athlete Development model, one of the priorities it wanted to address was the individual technical and tactical development of its young athletes. Too-early specialization was identified as one of the main shortcomings within the old development model and one way to counteract this problem was to disallow the use of the libero in the youngest age categories (14U, 15U, and just recently, 16U boys).
While the no-libero rule does not solve all of the problems related to technical development at an early age, it certainly helps to foster an environment where coaches should feel the need to develop ALL individual skills of their young athletes and dedicate more time to training these skills.” (Julien Bucher – Technical Director – Volleyball Canada – June 2008)
In the book “Outliers” author Malcolm Gladwell refers to the 10,000-Hour Rule. Studies suggest that the key to success in any field has a lot to do with practice. 10,000 hours of it — 20 hours a week for 10 years. “Ten thousand hours of practice is required to achieve the level of mastery associated with being a world-class expert — in anything. And no one has found a case in which true world-class expertise was accomplished in less time. It seems that it takes the brain this long to assimilate all that it needs to know to achieve true mastery.”
(Malcolm Gladwell – The Outliers – 2009)