It truly is worth the investment to read about the stars of volleyball and books that can help you improve your game.
1. The Miracle Season
The Miracle Season is the true story of 17-year-old volleyball player Caroline Found. On August 11, 2011, Caroline Found was tragically killed in a moped accident on her way to visit her terminally ill mother, Ellyn.
Her volleyball team, and her entire community, was devastated by Caroline’s death, and that of her mother. How could they rally back from the loss of their leader?
How could they set themselves up to continue without her? How could they find victory and joy with the pain of such loss?
Learn the history of volleyball and try out the exercises for conditioning and training listed in the book. Winning Volleyball for Girls, Third Edition talks about every single part of the game – from positions and rotations, to scoring and rules.
The 113 full-color photographs, full-color diagrams, new exercises, and drills are designed with the current rules of the game in mind.
It’s a great starter book for new, young players who want to understand what volleyball is all about!
Anyone who wants to reach the top of their game has to take the time to read and learn. There are many things that can be taught on the court, but there is just as much to learn off the court.
Volleyball books can offer alternatives you may not have considered as a coach, or offer an interesting history to the new or younger player.
Whether you are a coach, player, or parent, a guide to volleyball is an indispensable tool in improving your relationship with players, creating new strategies, and learning about the history of the game.