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GETC offers a complete package of options when it comes to things to learn and take home with you.
The venue includes such a variety that it is almost a disadvantage to grab on to too many ideas and not be able to follow through with a comfortable level of application and success during your 3 month season.
Coach Guy suggests that a coach pick a few things that will make the biggest difference and solidify that during the season.
The following are some of the main reasons why coaches bring their team to camp...year after year.
Summer can mean a long dead period for your volleyball athletes.
Get a jump on your season with 4-1/2 days of GETC to bring your team together and get excited for your upcoming season.
With approximately 12 hours a day working on volleyball or team building activities, there is no other camp that can give you such a solid head start.
GETC promotes the idea that athletes should “buy-in” to taking responsibility for their own learning and progress. Inspiring your athletes to become self-learners, self-starters and self-motivating is a great part of GETC. Using the GETC Powerbook, athletes will be able to plan for, monitor and track their day-to-day progress. During the short period between camp and the start of season, can be a very productive one.
Intense Competition every day:
Teams participate in 2-3 Mini-tournaments per day to foster competition.
Various scoring systems are used to attain the desired results:
Big Score-little score, wash drills, first to designated point, consecutive scoring, etc.
At the end of each tournament, teams move up the tourney ladder or down the ladder depending upon their finish.
By weeks end, teams are competing against similar level teams.
Tournament rules designed to speed the development of targeted skills:
Each tournament is designed to speed the development of a desired skill. Once the targeted skill is identified, teams must perform those skills or be terminated.
Though the game point is a small number (3-5 points), reaching a game point can only occur when your team is disciplined to the performance of the targeted skill and winning the rally.
The Powerbook, created by Coach Guy, is a very powerful tool that serves to guide coaches and players towards their physical, mental and team goals.
The Powerbook serves the following functions:
- Daily and short-term personal, skill and team goal setting.
- Time management and organizational tool.
- Daily tracking and recording of practice scores and results.
- Over 300 quotes to help stimulate, motivate and inspire the athlete.
- Meaningful messaging to promote positive mindful thinking.
- Volleyball skills breakdown.
For more detailed information on the Powerbook and its uses, click the tab below.
BRED is a cutting-edge system devised by Coach Guy, of improving individual and team ball control.
It is based on a principle that “Rapid improvement occurs when we manage the skills we value.”
Coach Guy designed a system to quantify a players performance in specifically designed drills.
By assigning a score to the performance, each player must then attempt to break their score set by the previous day. The player, coach and team can witness the results of day to day competition against themselves.
Not all teams can sustain a 3 month blast of day-to-day competition to break records every day, but for those teams and coaches who push through and stay the course will see and feel the improvement and positive results.
GETC believes very strongly in helping you build a strong team minded foundation.
To accomplish this, GETC moves out of the volleyball arena and into a more open level field of play…and that is music and dance.
Music and dance can at times, stifle your more aggressive athlete and lend more input from your average athlete, making this activity more open to a collaborative input of ideas and strategies.
Teams that return year after year come well prepared, sometimes practicing weeks before arrival at camp. Then you have new teams that show up and have a few days to put something together…and it is at times quite amazing at the results, resilience and competitive spirit to put on a show.
For more detailed information on Talent Night and SNL, click the tab below.
GETC requires the attendance of the Team’s coach, this helps to ensure the maximum continuity of training being taught at camp is continued on the in-season practice court.
High School Coaches have ultimate control over what is learned and what is to be used in season.
Coach Guy spends time in the classroom and whiteboard with high school coaches, detailing the Why’s of the GETC Team Strategy.
Understanding what matters most and what makes sense at GETC, makes the transfer of information more likely to occur once camp is over and teams return to their home court.
GETC is only as good as the Coaching Staff that serve you.
Coach Guy takes great pride in ensuring our GETC Staff are “Great People First” and good coaches second. Because we teach a pre-set system of play, years of proven coaching success is not a prerequisite, but instead, we prefer a coach with a common bond of creating the best version of the athletes and teams they serve and act within the desired values of the GETC Coaching OHANA.
Extensive coaching experience and knowledge of the Xs and Os of the game is always great to have, but at the GETC Camp, we prefer a coach who is willing to work with the desires and needs of the Team they're assigned to coach and are open-minded to work together, knowing the high school coach is our ultimate boss.
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