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Week #3 Virtual Content Links
by posted 07/30/2020

Hello Cascade Family,
This week's focus is on standing float serves for both indoor and outdoor players. 
The first two videos will walk you through the fundamentals. It is always good to refresh your memory on the basics. They also include tips and tricks to improve your serve.
The third, is a video that contains a few exercises you can be doing in order to gain, maintain, and improve your shoulder muscles that aid in the serving process. Please note, an exercise band is needed to particpate in the shoulder excercises. 
Stand Float Serve (Indoor): 


Stand Float Serve (Beach):
Shoulder Exercises:
Catch you next week with more virtual content!
Coach Alexis Morgan CVBC 

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Week #2 Virtual Content Links
by posted 07/23/2020

Hello Cascade Family,
We are back again this week with more virtual content. We hope you found last week's vidoes useful!
Jumping high is always a good thing, but the vertical isn't what's important. It's how to jump with force within a limited area - jumping and landing in about a 5'x5' box (sometimes smaller).  
Next, landing properly is just as important as the jump. We want you to be healthy and pain-free your entire volleyball years and beyond
Full-body volleyball workout:
Physically, ball control determines your success as a setter. The best part is, all you really need is a room, a wall, and a ball (and your parents permission).  You can even do these drills laying in bed watching Netflix
Note on the video: in the first exercise, try to focus on using wrists only to send the ball up, not elbows.
Tip: put a piece of tape on your wall at net height - 7'4½" or 7' for U12 and younger
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Steve Choi
Head Coach, Cascade Volleyball Club 15-1
Assistant Coach, Wilson High School Volleyball
President, TPCVOB

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Minor Athlete Prevention Policies (MAAPP)
by posted 09/17/2019

USAV- SafeSport Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies (MAAPP):

Cascade Volleyball Club is committed to the safety of all participants and adheres to the required Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies (MAAPP) https://www.teamusa.org/usa-volleyball/about-us/safesport/maapp set forth by USA Volleyball and the Puget Sound Region. Policies include:

  1. One-on-One Interactions, including meetings and individual training sessions (Covered Organizations/LAOs are required to establish reasonable procedures to limit one-on-one interactions, as set forth in federal law).
  2. Massages and rubdowns/athletic training modalities.
  3. Locker rooms and changing areas.
  4. Social media and electronic communications.
  5. Local travel.
  6. Team travel.

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