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Hunter L.

Volleyball Coach/Tutor

Volleyball Coach/Tutor

$40/hour

  • Greensboro, NC 27403

About Hunter


Bio

Hello everyone! My name is Hunter and I'm a 19 year old sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I have been playing volleyball competitively since 8 years old. I have played several different positions, so I'm knowledgeable about all positions on the court. I played competitive club volleyball for 6 years, and I was recruited by several universities; however, since health problems arose, the universities took their scholarship offers away. I have trained with several...

Hello everyone! My name is Hunter and I'm a 19 year old sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I have been playing volleyball competitively since 8 years old. I have played several different positions, so I'm knowledgeable about all positions on the court. I played competitive club volleyball for 6 years, and I was recruited by several universities; however, since health problems arose, the universities took their scholarship offers away. I have trained with several players who went on to win national championships in college. Also, I was selected to train the Junior National A2 team my junior year of high school. I came to UNCG to be a student assistant coach/practice player. A new coach was recently hired and I did not resume my role as a staff member. However, I still actively play volleyball competitively in beach volleyball and indoor volleyball.

A little bit about my coaching/tutoring style. When I am coaching one on one with an athlete, I first like to get a feel of where the player is at in their skill level. I do this a number of ways. First, I simply ask the athlete what they know about volleyball. If they know the basic rules and information, then I skip to step 2. If not, I will then show the athlete the rules of volleyball. Once the athlete knows the rules of volleyball, I then move on to the most basic (yet most critical) part of volleyball: passing. I get a feel for where the player is at by completing a number of drills, and then evaluating their skill level. Depending on the level of skill, there are numerous drills that can be done to start where their skill level is at and work up. Like I said, it all depends on their current skill level. This process will be performed with all skills: passing, serving, hitting, setting, digging, and blocking. If the player has a specific position in mind that they would like to train for (outside hitter, middle hitter, setter, or libero) then I may do position specific stuff to improve their performance in that position. If the player just wants improvement in all aspects of their game, then the process will be performed for each skill. Usually, I like for each session to be 2 hours, I spend 2 sessions on each skill, and the number of sessions per week is completely up to the athlete and their parents.


Education

University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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Policies

  • Hourly rate: $40
  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person
  • Travel policy: Within 30 miles of Greensboro, NC 27403
  • Lesson cancellation: 3 hours notice required
  • No background check

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Sports/Recreation

Volleyball

Volleyball

Hello everyone! My name is Hunter and I'm a 19 year old sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I have been playing volleyball competitively since 8 years old. I have played several different positions, so I'm knowledgeable about all positions on the court. I played competitive club volleyball for 6 years, and I was recruited by several universities; however, since health problems arose, the universities took their scholarship offers away. I have trained with several players who went on to win national championships in college. Also, I was selected to train the Junior National A2 team my junior year of high school. I came to UNCG to be a student assistant coach/practice player. A new coach was recently hired and I did not resume my role as a staff member. However, I still actively play volleyball competitively in beach volleyball and indoor volleyball. A little bit about my coaching/tutoring style. When I am coaching one on one with an athlete, I first like to get a feel of where the player is at in their skill level. I do this a number of ways. First, I simply ask the athlete what they know about volleyball. If they know the basic rules and information, then I skip to step 2. If not, I will then show the athlete the rules of volleyball. Once the athlete knows the rules of volleyball, I then move on to the most basic (yet most critical) part of volleyball: passing. I get a feel for where the player is at by completing a number of drills, and then evaluating their skill level. Depending on the level of skill, there are numerous drills that can be done to start where their skill level is at and work up. Like I said, it all depends on their current skill level. This process will be performed with all skills: passing, serving, hitting, setting, digging, and blocking. If the player has a specific position in mind that they would like to train for (outside hitter, middle hitter, setter, or libero) then I may do position specific stuff to improve their performance in that position. If the player just wants improvement in all aspects of their game, then the process will be performed for each skill. Usually, I like for each session to be 2 hours, I spend 2 sessions on each skill, and the number of sessions per week is completely up to the athlete and their parents.

$40/hour

Hunter L.

$40/hour

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