• Nominations Open April 9th for 2018 Ultra Ankle® JVA AthLeader Award

    The 2018 Ultra Ankle® JVA AthLeader Award selects 20 girls indoor junior volleyball players who exemplify outstanding volleyball performance, academic excellence, leadership, responsibility, and selflessness.

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  • JVA Coach to Coach Video of the Week

    This week's JVA Coach to Coach Video of the Week by Academy Volleyball Cleveland shares an eye sequencing drill to train blockers and back row defenders to read what is happening on the other side of the net and to make a defensive play.

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  • Register to Play in the JVA Kansas City Classic

    Join the top teams in the Midwest and Great Plains in Kansas City April 28-29th! All teams welcome and will be insured.

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  • Let JVA Ease Your Club Season Management

    Being a part of the JVA means having a support system and the tools to run your club successfully. The JVA is here to listen, unite and give back to our members. Be JVA United today!

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Recent Posts

From the JVA Office: Boys Volleyball is on the Rise and All Clubs Can Have an Impact

Boys volleyball is becoming increasingly popular, as many decide to leave the field and step onto the hard court. With the transition, male athletes are entering an entirely new competitive environment. In every sport male athletes are naturally driven to use their physicality to be the best at what they do. In volleyball, however, their physical strength and build alone will not win them games. It is up to the coaches to train male players to become more mentally and technically sound, to increase their volleyball IQ, and to use more than just their physical strength to dominate. But how? We reached out to a few successful JVA coaches in the boys’ community to give us some advice.

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Sports organizations reassessing safety expectations, standards and practices

Steve Sack is the owner of Michigan Elite Volleyball Academy, which includes 1,500 players across seven locations. Sack's entry into volleyball was as the father of three, and his motivating factor is instilling life lessons in his young athletes. But a new obstacle has emerged for Sack and others who lead organizations catering to young athletes: gun violence.

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Plyometrics Vertical Training for Volleyball Athletes

If you don't have access to a gym or performance training coach, there are still ways to improve at home. Take your game to the next level with this equipment-free home workout to improve your vertical jump.

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