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Information for Parents

AAU & USAV Memberships

USAV 
1. Go to Florida Volleyball Click here 
2. Under USAV Registration Click on LOGIN ( If have purchased a USAV membership previously) or SIGN UP (if this is your first time) 

3. Make sure to choose Power Volleyball Academy as your club. 

AAU
1. Go to AAU Volleyball Click Here

2. Purchase a membership for 2016-2017 or 2016-2018 membership.  

3. Make sure use club code: WWE7DF

USAV Volleyball Safe Sports Training

Make the Difference

Recognizing misconduct in sport is critical; implementing the right policies and communicating them to all members of the sport community is the next challenge. While every situation is different, you don’t need to start from scratch.

When everyone - clubs, coaches, staff and parents - understands his/her role, we can work as a team to protect athletes and create the best conditions for sport.
PARENTS TIPS 

  • FIVE TIPS FOR PARENTS 
  • HEALTHY SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT 
  • WHY "BULLYING IS THE NEW LITTLE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF" 
  • 6 STAGES OF GROOMING 

PARENTS

P is for praising, which your child needs often.
A is for accepting, so hard edges will soften.
R is for recognizing your child's many talents.
E is for encouraging a good healthy balance.
N is for nurturing, to help your child grow.
T is for teaching, then letting go.
S is for smiling at the growth and the glow.

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Suffering From the Ilusion of Knowledge

USAV CAP III level coach Dennis Belaire shares his journey of going from player to coach and the errors to avoid in this guest GTGT blog. by Dennis Belaire Cap III Certified

5 Keys to better Setting

Ever watched a great setter like Courtney Thompson and thought, "How can I do that?!" Click here for insider tips!

Smart Volleyball Versus Dumb Volleyball

Want to have a high volleyball IQ like Kerri Walsh Jennings? Click to learn the difference between being a smart and a dumb volleyball player!

Greater

The story of Brandon Burlsworth, the unequipped walk-on who wouldn't quit, is now a movie and the trailer might make you cry. Have a hanky ready